We Are Where We Eat
Capital Public Radio Stories
Some people read books about history in bed. Some people take cookbooks to bed and read them like history. At the State Library in Sacramento, you’ll be reading standing up -- about food AND history.
As part of our series "We Are Where We Eat," food reporter Elaine Corn takes us to an organic farm west of Galt. The owners allow international travelers to work in their fields. The visitors don't get paid, but they do get valuable experience.
In our occasional series called “We Are Where We Eat,” about the food history of Sacramento County, we take a trip to Rio Linda, which for a time was the poultry-and-egg-capital of the Sacramento Valley.
Next to the Delta in tiny Walnut Grove lies the oldest continuously-operating restaurant in Sacramento County. It’s called Giusti’s, named for the family that founded it just over a hundred years ago. Mark Morais is the 3rd generation proprietor.
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