About: jerry

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Bio: Food pornographer, full-time vegetarian, pointy beard enthusiast, and I say 'hella' too much. Founder and creator of Cooking Stoned.

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A Practical Guide to Eating During a Drought

Posted on: 18 Aug 2015

California is facing one of the worst droughts on record. You know, it’s the post-Apocalyptic scenario that Kevin Costner movies are made of. But if there�s a silver lining, it�s that you can help by making better water-conscious food choices.

5 Simple School Lunch Hacks

Posted on: 10 Aug 2015

We are all busy. So packing a healthy, tasty lunch for your kids (or yourself) isn’t always easy. Well, these hacks change all of that.

They are simple to do and make eating a home-brought lunch a lot more fun.

5 Amazing Ways to Replace Tomatoes with Peaches

Posted on: 24 Jul 2015

The great thing about peaches is just how versatile they are. Trust me, there is so much more to this fruit than just simple pie. You can easily replace most tomato recipes with peaches. Here are a few.

Three Loaves: Dilly Buttermilk Sourdough Bread

Posted on: 01 Jul 2015

This month’s Three Loaves recipe comes from my good friend Michael Cole. It’s this delicious Dill & Buttermilk Sourdough bread. A nice nod to San Francisco, where we met. Oh, and I met Michael over Instagram, which is just so SF. You can find Michael’s instructions below.

Sustainable Sonoma-Cutrer Adds New Varietal, First in 42 Years!

Posted on: 30 Jun 2015

Located in Sonoma county, tucked away in the tiny town of Windsor, is one of wine country�s biggest names in Chardonnay: Sonoma-Cutrer. Even if you�ve never heard of Sonoma-Cutrer, trust me, you�ve had their delicious wine. Their flagship wine, Russian River Ranches, is the most requested Chardonnay, according to Wine & Spirits Magazine. And it�s been that way for 22 years!

How to Select the Perfect Beer

Posted on: 03 Apr 2015

Having a party? Want to serve the perfect beer? This infographic from Whole Foods Market helps you choose the perfect brew for your occasion.

Three Loaves: Orange Ginger & Cardamom Bread

Posted on: 28 Feb 2015

The latest Three Loaves recipe. Orange Ginger and Cardamom Bread for feeding the needy. Get more info at www.threeloaves.info.

9 Super Bowl Recipes for Avocado Lovers

Posted on: 29 Jan 2015

Make game day a hit with these 9 Super Bowl recipes for the avocado lover in all of us.

78 Cocktail Recipes Every Party Monster Should Know

Posted on: 27 Jan 2015

If you’ve ever aspired to be a slick bartender, here are 78 cocktail recipes you should know. Now let’s get that party started!

Gadget Turns Plastic Into Edible Mushrooms

Posted on: 22 Jan 2015

A team of microbiologists and designers have created a device that turns man-made trash–specifically plastics–into edible mushrooms. Not the kind you’re used to buying at the farmers market, more like something out of a Bj�rk video.

A Practical Guide to Eating During a Drought

California is facing one of the worst droughts on record. You know, it’s the post-Apocalyptic scenario that Kevin Costner movies are made of. But if there�s a silver lining, it�s that you can help by making better water-conscious food choices.

5 Simple School Lunch Hacks

We are all busy. So packing a healthy, tasty lunch for your kids (or yourself) isn’t always easy. Well, these hacks change all of that.

They are simple to do and make eating a home-brought lunch a lot more fun.

Three Loaves: Dilly Buttermilk Sourdough Bread

This month’s Three Loaves recipe comes from my good friend Michael Cole. It’s this delicious Dill & Buttermilk Sourdough bread. A nice nod to San Francisco, where we met. Oh, and I met Michael over Instagram, which is just so SF. You can find Michael’s instructions below.

Sustainable Sonoma-Cutrer Adds New Varietal, First in 42 Years!

Located in Sonoma county, tucked away in the tiny town of Windsor, is one of wine country�s biggest names in Chardonnay: Sonoma-Cutrer. Even if you�ve never heard of Sonoma-Cutrer, trust me, you�ve had their delicious wine. Their flagship wine, Russian River Ranches, is the most requested Chardonnay, according to Wine & Spirits Magazine. And it�s been that way for 22 years!

Gadget Turns Plastic Into Edible Mushrooms

A team of microbiologists and designers have created a device that turns man-made trash–specifically plastics–into edible mushrooms. Not the kind you’re used to buying at the farmers market, more like something out of a Bj�rk video.