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 Fair Food Fair Food

I’m gearing up to make my annual pilgrimage to the State Fair this weekend. On the list of things to do: check...

Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 By Elena M. Macaluso
First Bite: Fat Face in Sacramento First Bite: Fat Face in Sacramento

I popped into the new Fat Face on 19th street this afternoon and was amply rewarded with a lip-smacking eggplant...

Posted on Tuesday, July 19, 2011 by Kira O'Donnell
Recipe: Sangria Recipe: Sangria

When I'm thinking of recipe ideas for an upcoming blog post, I am sometimes stunned by an obvious one I've missed. This...

Posted on Sunday, July 10, 2011 By Adrienne D. Capps
Cocktails for a Good Cause Cocktails for a Good Cause

I don’t need a reason to relish a good cocktail, but I have a terrific incentive to get out and enjoy a unique...

Posted on Thursday, July 7, 2011 by Kira O'Donnell
The Humble Red Onion: A Versatile Summer Ingredient The Humble Red Onion: A Versatile Summer Ingredient

I love red onions, and use them lavishly in sandwiches, pair fat slices with lox and bagels, pile them atop hamburgers...

Posted on Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Great Deals at Cafe Morocco Great Deals at Cafe Morocco

Hey, I got a great tip from one of our Facebook friends last week: Cafe Morocco is offering a special prix fixe menu...

Posted on Wednesday, July 6, 2011 By Elena M. Macaluso
8 Questions For… 8 Questions For…

Toting a heavy tray around your neck while yelling “Peanuts! Popcorn!” can’t be all that much fun. So why would a 47-year-old state worker spend his evenings and weekends doing just that?

Posted on Tuesday, July 5, 2011 By Cathy Cassinos-Carr
Praise the Lard! Praise the Lard!

The Mangalitsa pig (aka “wooly pig”) has come to Sacramento.

Posted on Tuesday, July 5, 2011 By Cathy Cassinos-Carr
Restaurants Opting for One-of-a-Kind Wines and Spirits Restaurants Opting for One-of-a-Kind Wines and Spirits

Foodies who expect a can’t-get-this-anywhere-but-here experience from their favorite Sacramento restaurant kitchens now have something to cheer about from the bar, too: Custom-blended wines and one-of-a-kind spirits are popping up on menus around the city.

Posted on Tuesday, July 5, 2011 By Catherine Warmerdam
Picnic Pours Picnic Pours

Summertime is prime picnicking season, so we asked Beth Sogaard, owner of Beth Sogaard Catering and Amador Vintage Market in Plymouth, to come up with some tasty picnic menus for wine lovers. Whether you’re gathering with neighbors at a concert in the park or enjoying a romantic hike on a backcountry trail, you can’t go wrong

Posted on Tuesday, July 5, 2011 By Catherine Warmerdam
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