Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Fresno Food Expo showcases large and small Valley food makers

An award-winning 20-year-old entrepreneur, innovative food products and a rising profile of the San Joaquin Valley’s food makers were among the highlights of this year’s Fresno Food Expo. Billed as the nation’s largest regional food show, the expo connects nearly 1,000 buyers with more than 130 Valley food makers eager for some space on the grocery store shelf.

Food & Drink

10 new Valley-made foods you have to try

From locally made dark chocolate with coffee in it to clementine olive oil, 33 new products made their debut last week at a preview event for the Fresno Food Expo. You can try them at the upcoming public portion of the Expo on July 28.

Food & Drink

A prison-themed winery? Only in the Valley

Welcome to Solitary Cellars, where wine connoisseurs can get a unique experience at the North Block tasting room in Madera, which pushes the prison theme with a cell, prison memorabilia and stories from owners Greg Bergersen and Rick Quesada. the duo have 45 years of prison guard experience.

Food & Drink

How to pronounce 'Açai'

Iron Bird Cafe in downtown Fresno is now home to Rio Açai Bowls, which sells food that is vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free and non-GMO. Rio Açai Bowls owner Sophia Cummings explains how to pronounce "açai."

Videos

Simple cantaloupe recipes by Christina Patricio

Lifestyle blogger Christina Patricio shares simple simple recipes for cantaloupe.
brodriguez@fresnobee.com Bob Rodriguez
Simple cantaloupe recipes by Christina Patricio 1:20

Simple cantaloupe recipes by Christina Patricio

Cosmopolitan reopens at new downtown Fresno location 2:05

Cosmopolitan reopens at new downtown Fresno location

A prison-themed winery? Only in the Valley 1:05

A prison-themed winery? Only in the Valley

How to pronounce 'Açai' 0:20

How to pronounce 'Açai'