Gentleman/Farmer Made Local Magazine

Jorge Saldana farms to make better food for his tables. There is a right way to cook beans and it’s probably not the way that you do it. “This philosophy of beans is very important,” says restaurateur Jorge Saldana, settling into a chair on the wide veranda of a house on his Guerneville property. Dried […]

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Edible East Bay

Read full article here > Edible East Bay FROM FIELD TO PLATE FARMER JORGE SALDANA GROWS HIS FOOD BUSINESS The first in a series of stories about relationships between local farms and restaurants BY SARAH HENRY │ PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBIN JOLIN Farm-to-table restaurants are a dime a dozen in the Bay Area now. The term even induces eye rolling […]

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Cinco by Sabor Mexicano coming to The Barlow

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by Carey Sweet in Coming Attractions, Sonoma, Wine Country Chalk up another tenant for The Barlow. Cinco by Sabor Mexicano is moving in, and bringing with it farm-to-table Mexican food and cocktails, focusing on the cuisine of south Jalisco. It’s a bit of a Bay Area migration for the 12.5 acre culinary and arts center in downtown Sebastopol, since the chef-owner […]

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Sabor Mexicano Farm Tour and Open House

Would you enjoy spending this Sunday afternoon visiting a historic nineteenth century farm in Guerneville next to the majestic Armstrong Redwoods State Park and the Russian River? Bay Area Green Tours is partnering with a new destination that we are very excited about and would like to share it with you, as our guest! Have […]

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Green Traveler Guides

It’s a perfect afternoon in Northern California’s Russian River resort area of Sonoma County, hot but not too, and a smiling and jovial Jorge Saldana is doing what countless numbers of his countrymen back in Mexico are doing on this and every Sunday—happily grilling under deep blue skies, surrounded by hungry people sipping cold Mexican […]

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