masumoto http://kvpr.org en The Masumoto Family's "The Perfect Peach" on Valley Writers Read http://kvpr.org/post/masumoto-familys-perfect-peach-valley-writers-read <p>Three members of the Masumoto family, Mas, his wife Marcy, and daughter Nikiko read <a href="http://www.masumoto.com/our-writing-art/the-perfect-peach-recipes-and-stories-from-the-masumoto-family-farm/">“The Perfect Peach.”</a>&nbsp; They tell us what it takes to grow peaches and grapes on their productive farm in Del Rey and describe how they tend to their land and how to enjoy the results of their labor—especially those delicious peaches!</p> Fri, 03 Jan 2014 01:04:58 +0000 Franz Weinschenk 26650 at http://kvpr.org The Masumoto Family's "The Perfect Peach" on Valley Writers Read Searching For the 'Perfect Peach' with the Masumoto Family http://kvpr.org/post/searching-perfect-peach-masumoto-family <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">Without a doubt one of the best parts of summer in the San Joaquin Valley has to be fresh </span>stonefruit<span style="line-height: 1.5;"> from valley orchards. Ripe, juicy and delicious, the valley’s peaches, plums, apricots and nectarines are the envy of the rest of the country. Tue, 18 Jun 2013 19:10:32 +0000 Joe Moore 16977 at http://kvpr.org Searching For the 'Perfect Peach' with the Masumoto Family The Sound of Eating of 'The Perfect Peach' http://kvpr.org/post/sound-eating-perfect-peach <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">Eating a ripe peach is a sensory delight, from the aroma of the fruit to the flavor of the nectar and texture of the skin. But what about the sound of eating the perfect peach? </span></p> Mon, 17 Jun 2013 17:00:35 +0000 Joe Moore 16910 at http://kvpr.org The Sound of Eating of 'The Perfect Peach' Valley Storytellers Project brings people together over hunger http://kvpr.org/post/valley-storytellers-project-brings-people-together-over-hunger <p>It's lunchtime at the Sanger High School Cafeteria. But instead of hundreds of teenagers, the room on this Saturday is filled with ordinary Valley residents of all ages and ethnicities, some writers, and a handful of theatre professionals from LA's Cornerstone Theatre. And even though many of them just ate, the conversation quickly turns to the issue of the day… hunger.</P> <p>"Food is such an essential part of, such an essential need that binds us all together. Tue, 31 Jan 2012 16:58:22 +0000 Joe Moore 584 at http://kvpr.org