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At San Diego’s New Roots Community Farm, a group of refugees shape a diverse urban community garden, united across cultures by a common crop: amaranth.
Berlin’s Prussian, or “Thai” Park, provides locals and visitors a place to gather and eat, to learn from one another, and for the city’s Thai population, to earn a living.
In Procida, Italy, a tradition of preservation is carried out for purposes of both food and family, through the customary process of passata di pomodoro.
Visitors escaping to the coastal town of Santa Barbara, California, will find an eclectic mix of thoughtful eateries, as well as spots to enjoy carefully crafted coffee, local beer, wine and cocktails.
In San Diego, California, Ziaullah Nasery brings Afghan tradition to the Southern California city with his restaurant, Khyber Pass.
In San Diego, Irish immigrant Colm Lynam preserves and perpetuates the deep-seated tradition of soda bread.
In Mexico’s Guadalupe Valley, enologist Alonso Granados of Decantos Vínícola seeks to create wines expressive of the region through natural, traditional processes.
In Baja California, husband and wife team behind Coast to Costa curate international travel experiences as a way to connect and share their passion with their guests and one another.
In the first entry of Roots, a recurring column, a Life & Thyme contributor explores tradition and heritage of Mexican food at home in Tia Chayo’s kitchen.
Across cultures along its coast, San Diego, California’s laid back beach cities offer a feast for visitors and locals alike.
In Rome, Naples and Caserta, Italy, three different markets offer each of its patrons a glimpse into community and history.
Belcampo Meat Co., a vertically integrated artisanal meat company committed to humane, ethical raising of animals and organic, sustainable agriculture.
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