That sweetly pungent smell wafting up from the south can mean only one thing: the Gilroy Garlic Festival. This one is a biggie — the 40th annual — and will be held, as always, on the last Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the month (July 27-29) at the city’s Christmas Hill Park, with garlicky food, cooking competitions, recipe demos, live music and vendors.
Iron Chef Michael Symon will host the Garlic Showdown at the 2018 Gilroy Garlic Festival. (Photo courtesy of William Morris Agency)
Here’s what’s new this year, plus a refresher on tickets, transportation and more:
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Seattle’s JuneBaby recently scooped up a coveted James Beard award for America’s Best New Restaurant, and its chef Edouardo Jordan bagged an award for best chef. We caught up with him to find out why his southern eatery is a must visit.
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#foodrescue indeed!! Great idea.
They call it “food rescue” — collecting unwanted produce from farms and providing it to food banks and the homeless — and it’s a big success in Chelan and Douglas counties.
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