Tickets Still Available: Come Eat Paella with Us and Support a Good Cause! (Menu Inside) | Civil Eats

Tickets Still Available: Come Eat Paella with Us and Support a Good Cause! (Menu Inside)

Civil Eats is thrilled to partner with Camino Restaurant in Oakland, California for our fundraiser on Monday night, part of the Eat Real Festival‘s Keeping It Real dinners. We hope to raise a bit of cash so to help keep our wheels turning over here — until now we haven’t recouped funds through advertising (and want to keep it that way) and have yet to get any steady funding, and in these economic times we’ve kept afloat simply with a strong will to inform you, our dear readers, about the issues facing our food system. Its all about the love, but we gotta eat!

Please, if you are in the Bay Area, come and join us at our fundraiser dinner on Monday evening, and enjoy great food and meet your loyal editors. We will talk shop and inform you about what we’re working on, and it will be an all around smashing time. Promise! And if you are not in the Bay Area, could you pass this along to your friends who are? We appreciate it!

In addition to delicious paella made in the Camino fireplace, and beautiful, local, organic summer produce and cheeses from Andante Dairy and Harley Farms, there will be organic and biodynamic wines. We wouldn’t think of serving real food supporters anything less delicious. Here is the menu as it is looking right now:

Boiled peanuts

Spicy pickles

*

Tomato, cucumber and eggplant salads with

almonds and flatbread

*

newsmatch banner 2022

Chicken paella cooked in the fireplace

with fresh shellbeans, romano beans and scallions

(Veg paella will also be available)

*

Eggplant, tomato confit and roasted escarole

with an egg cooked by the fire

We’ll bring the news to you.

Get the weekly Civil Eats newsletter, delivered to your inbox.

Crepinettes

Butter lettuce salad

*

Cheese plate

*

Walnut meringue with pluots and cream

Today’s food system is complex.

Invest in nonprofit journalism that tells the whole story.

To reserve your spot for dinner, call (510) 547-5035 and make an old-fashioned reservation. We look forward to seeing you there!

Paula Crossfield is a founder and the Editor-at-large of Civil Eats. She is also a co-founder of the Food & Environment Reporting Network. Her reporting has been featured in The Nation, Gastronomica, Index Magazine, The New York Times and more, and she has been a contributing producer at The Leonard Lopate Show on New York Public Radio. An avid cook and gardener, she currently lives in Oakland. Read more >

Like the story?
Join the conversation.

  1. I wrote about this event on my blog, so please check it out. It was a great event, and I'm sure the festival would be so much fun, and educational.
    http://kitchenwizardmari.com/2009/08/25/778/

    Paula and the team, thank you for the great event!

More from

General

Featured

Apple tree burnt by hot sun and drought

Climate Change Is Pushing Pacific Northwest Farmers to Protect Crops from Extreme Heat

Farmers who grow apples, berries, cherries, potatoes, and more are facing more intense and frequent heat, and struggling to adapt their practices to protect their crops. 

Popular

Young Farmers Are Growing Food for Climate Action and Racial Justice

Iriel Edwards working on the farm. (Photo courtesy of Iriel Edwards)

A Young Oyster Farmer Carrying on the Family Business

Gaby Zlotkowsky on a boat holding a basket of oysters. (Photo credit: Capshore Photography)

Young People Working for Food Justice in North Carolina

Michael

Young Fishermen Are Struggling to Stay Afloat

Lucas Raymond holding a halibut. (Photo courtesy of the New England Young Fishermen's Alliance)