Bloom

Bloom

“Stop by Home Cooking in Redway and see what’s not cooking. Raw, Vegan, Local, Organic, To-Go,” – Lindsay Eldridge This 22-year old chef has whipped up an ever changing menu of raw, natural, organic food ready to go when you are. One call in to Home Cooking in Redway could order you a variety of well thought-out vegan entrées. The carrot-ginger soup, pictured below, is a fusion of lime, cashew, garlic, ginger and carrot. It’s…

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The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse Trinidad, CA Photography by Bob Doran I’ll have one ice cream cone topped with mashed potatoes, brisket and gravy please! You may be familiar with these incredible cones being held in the hands of hungry go-getters at Arcata’s Farmers’ Market. What once started off as a Saturday stand has now branched out into its own restaurant, The Lighthouse Grill, located at 355 Main Street in Trinidad and open Thursday – Tuesday from 11am-8pm….

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Larrupin’ Welcomes You In

Larrupin’  Welcomes You In

Larrupin’ Welcomes You In Photos and Story by Bob Doran Larrupin’ welcomes you in. The place has a cozy, down-home feel. Part of it is the ambience of the place, warm colors everywhere, chic but funky, elegant but homey, good smells and good food emerging from the kitchen. Officially it’s The Larrupin’ Cafe, but it’s just Larrupin’ in Humboldt. Dixie Gorrel, the grande dame, founder, owner and the soul of the place, would explain it’s…

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Whitethorn Winery

Whitethorn Winery

Whitethorn Winery By Michael Martino  Situated just off the banks of the Mattole River is the tiny hamlet of Whitethorn, California. Located just west of Garberville on the way to Shelter Cove, it is in the heart of the Lost Coast surrounded by the King Range and home to the old growth redwoods Humboldt is so well known for. Blink and you might miss it, but there is a unique adventure waiting for those who…

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Big Foot Likes Grapes

Big Foot Likes Grapes

Big  Foot  Likes  Grapes A Visit To Sentinel Winery By Tyler Whiteside Photos by Sheala Dunlap   As you wind your way up highway 299 from the coast your senses are put through as many changes as there are curves and hills. Many of us coastal dwellers know the drive well, expertly navigating the incessant corners to a warmer inland climate. It’s good to dry out and warm up every once in a while. When…

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