by Twilight Greenaway, Civil Eats

A handful of wheat berries on a white background

First it was produce. Then the local food movement expanded to take on meat. Now it’s all about grains. Nothing proves this point more than the packed room I found myself in last Sunday morning. At the point in the week when most people are unfurling their copy of the New York Times, or making their second leisurely café au lait, I filed in to the back of the dining area at Oliveto, a high-end Italian restaurant in Oakland, to join around 100 people gathered to discuss local grains…[continue reading]