Sarah Henry, SF Chronicle

Sarah Henry

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Berkeley, CA, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Bay Area eats well thanks to essential workers

In a time when simply being around others can be dangerous, essential workers in the food world - farmers, fishers and ranchers, delivery drivers and grocery store employees - are risking their health to make this abundance available. → Read More

Anthony Reyes: Building Dignity for the Homeless Through Farming

The farm manager at the Homeless Garden Project in Santa Cruz, Reyes approaches agricultural systems from a justice lens. → Read More

An Oakland Community Grocery Store Feeds Its People

The Berkeley Food Institute launches Hungry for Change, a multi-media project showcasing twenty emerging food systems leaders. Meet one of them: Adrionna Fike, co-owner of Mandela Grocery Cooperative in West Oakland. → Read More

Saffron and Solidarity

An immigrant-focused supper club flourishes among friends and strangers. → Read More

Where the Bufala Roam

Five years in the making, Double 8 Dairy’s mozzarella di bufala is now a glorious reality. → Read More

Stephen Satterfield: Bridging the Food Movement and the Culinary World

When Stephen Satterfield moved to San Francisco in the summer of 2010, the restaurant industry veteran had the good fortune of landing a gig managing Nopa, one → Read More

How the gluten-free movement got its glam on

Lenkert rocked a sexy black dress and bad-ass strappy high heels at the gathering, held in the Modernism West Gallery, the private dining and art space inside Foreign Cinema restaurant in the Mission. GFF contributors and restaurant chefs, with no particular gluten-free profile, including Delfina’s Craig and Annie Stoll, and Chez Panisse and Shed alum Niki Ford, mingled with guests. Nor any… → Read More

Watch UC President Janet Napolitano Announce New Food Initiative at Edible Schoolyard with Alice Waters

At the Edible Schoolyard in Berkeley, UC President Janet Napolitano announces a new Global Food Initiative to address hunger, nutrition, and obesity. Sarah Henry reports. → Read More

Centerfield of Greens: SF Giants Open Edible Garden

Going to a game just got greener. And more delicious. Yesterday, the San Francisco Giants opened The Garden at AT&T Park. → Read More

Real Food, Real Movies: The Contest

From soil and seeds to the Bronx and bees: Fixing food in films of four minutes or less. Sarah Henry reports on the Real Food Media Project's short documentary contest. → Read More

Whole-Grain Mornings: A Wholesome Start to the New Year

Made New Year's Resolutions to eat better? You know you have. Cookbook author Megan Gordon to the rescue with her new release Whole-Grain Mornings. Gordon talks with Sarah Henry about granola and ancient grains. → Read More

Jamie Oliver’s Edible Schoolyard Adventure

Real food crusader Jamie Oliver visits the Edible Schoolyard for the first time. Schoolchildren serve him up black-eyed peas he dubs "delicious." Sarah Henry reports on why the British chef swung by the Bay Area and beyond. → Read More