What a fantastic way to start the season – sharing our story and our love for peaches nationwide!
With less than a month before the publication date of our newest and first cookbook, The Perfect Peach, we’re busy also getting ready for our “peach week” of launch events in Fresno.
Please join us to celebrate peaches, summer, and telling stories!
Our Book Tour is also coming together. We will be reading and touring throughout the summer and fall, including a trip to Elliott Bay Book Company (Seattle, WA), Powell’s Books (Portland, OR), and giving the keynote address at the Tilth Producers of Washington annual conference in Yakima, WA in November!
Stay tuned for more details about these upcoming appearances.
Click on picture below for details about Fresno Launch events in June.
The sound you hear is the quarter-sized green peaches falling to the ground and bouncing on our workers’ aluminum ladders.
by David Mas Masumoto
published Sunday, April 28th, Fresno Bee
Imagine a caravan of buyers, many from out of the area, flocking to our San Joaquin Valley for Americana gold. Imagine thousands of yard sales and swap meets flourishing for a week along Highway 99 as it winds through the heart of our state. Imagine a Valleywide festival, celebrating who we are, sharing (and profiting) from our junk. Welcome to my dream of the “Great Highway 99 Yard Sale Trail.” [Read more…] about New Article: The Highway 99 Yard Sale Trail
Recently, Nikiko has had the opportunity to share her one-woman show “What We Could Carry” with local and Bay Area audiences.
On Sunday, February 17th, she performed at a local Day of Remembrance event hosted by the local district of JACL (Japanese American Citizens League).
Read about her performance in a great article by BoNhia Lee of the Fresno Bee.
She’ll be sharing again on Sunday, February 24th in Berkeley and later in April at Willow International Community College Center.