Farmers markets offer a great way to get shopping done, sample some social interaction and get the vitamin D that experts say is so crucial for immunity health. After all, 2020 has been everything but easy.
Between essays and project deadlines there is really no time to cook meals. So we find ourselves in the drive-thru line, even though we just had fast food yesterday or earlier that same day. I know I am guilty of it.
Starting in the month of March, the world shut down due to a travelling virus creating an on-going pandemic to this day. Despite scientists and doctors having not created a vaccine yet, restaurants are reopening their doors for outside dining for the public to come enjoy.
Making a vegetarian diet a routine is difficult if not taken with enough knowledge and milestones. Vegetarians need to find the right substitutes to replace the nutrition lost from animal products and find solutions that work well for their individual body type.
Prior to the COVID-19 confinement rules, I found another local coffee shop in the High Desert that’s worth noting. Tonyan Coffee Roasters, on Nomwaket Road in Apple Valley, is about a 13 minute drive from VVC, and the diversion is worth it.
As Victor Valley College is filled with passionate faculty and a student base that is willing to push through their academic journey, the college is lacking in one particular trend: a coffee shop. With cafés being costly, it’s understandable. However, it did lead to the question: “Where’s our local coffee shop?”
Q (Ramirez): What is “Market 760” and how often is the event? A (Arsineda): Market 760 is a food festival built for High Desert communities to eat, drink and socialize. The event is new but we plan on hosting it during the warmer weather periods. So spring and summer it is. Q: Where is the...