Farm Stand Fans

Farm Stand Fans

Ojai’s country roads offer fresh-picked produce — and nostalgia for simpler times

By Hannah Little
All photos by Misty Hall

the Ojai Valley citrus trees bulge with juicy and delicious oranges, lemons, and Pixie tangerines. But thanks to the valley’s ideal growing conditions, you can find fresh fruit year-round in this corner of Ventura County.

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Jewelry With Meaning

Jewelry With Meaning

By Marlowe Hast

Sometimes when you step into an unfamiliar place, there’s a vibe, an energy, a magic to it — something that’s hard to describe, but undeniably there. That’s how you’ll feel entering Jes MaHarry’s shop in downtown Ojai. The renowned jeweler/artist and her family have put countless hours into revamping the flagship store, where every item, every light fixture, even the boards in the floor, tell a story that’s entirely MaHarry’s.

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Finding The Spirit Of Soule At  Ojai’s Public Golf Course

Finding The Spirit Of Soule At Ojai’s Public Golf Course

By The Unknown Golfer

If you are a golfer of any kind and you’re looking for a world-class public course experience, look no further than the Soule Park Golf Course in the beautiful city of Ojai. The Soule Park course plays 6,856 yards from the championship tees and is a par 72 course with a USGA course rating of 72.8 and a slope of 128.

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Randy’s Recipes: Fresh Spring Salads

Randy’s Recipes: Fresh Spring Salads

Before Caesar Cardini (of Caesar salad fame), Henri Heyraud (Niçoise salad), or Jamie Oliver (mixing salads with fingers), there was the plain old garden salad. The Oxford Dictionary of Food and Drink in America says that garden salads were popularized in ancient Rome as raw leafy vegetables covered in salty, oily dressing. It is not surprising, then, that the word salad derives from the Latin word for salt (sal).

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Randy’s Recipes: Summertime is Picnic Time

Randy’s Recipes: Summertime is Picnic Time

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