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“Cooked”: Exploring culinary experiences in the Sierra Foothills

“Cooked”: Exploring culinary experiences in the Sierra Foothills

AWARD-WINNING FOOD AUTHOR Michael Pollan and Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney are receiving widespread praise for their Netflix documentary Cooked. In Cooked, Pollan explores how cooking transforms food and shapes our world. Each episode examines one of the physical elements used throughout the ages for cooking: fire (barbecue), water (pot cooking), air (bread making), and earth...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Food & Drink: What’s new in the Sierra Foothills and Truckee

Food & Drink: What’s new in the Sierra Foothills and Truckee

Food & Drink – What’s Up In Our Region: LOOMIS BASIN BREWING CO. OPENING A GASTROPUB The craft brewery plans to open its gastropub and smokehouse this summer. The restaurant is at 3640 Taylor Rd. in downtown Loomis, next to Taylor’s burgers. It expects to offer over 14 beers on tap. The pub and barbecue menu will...

Placer County Online
Supervisors approve closure of Loomis, Meadow Vista libraries

The Placer County Board of Supervisors yesterday approved the closure of the Loomis and Meadow Vista libraries, continuing the county’s plan to provide more modern and sustainable library services throughout the library system. Two years ago, the supervisors gave direction to the Placer County library administration to develop a plan to provide sustainable libraries. Since...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Loomis Basin Brewing plans brew & BBQ pub in downtown Loomis

Loomis Basin Brewing plans brew & BBQ pub in downtown Loomis

IN THE NEW YEAR, the Loomis Basin Brewing Co. is expanding to include a pub (craft beer, barbecue and growlers “to go”) at 3640 Taylor Rd. in downtown Loomis, next to Taylor’s burgers, our magazine has learned. It comes during a revitalization in downtown Loomis, which will include new streetscapes. Loomis Basin Brewing will continue...

Placer County Online
Give new life to old Christmas trees

When it comes time to un-deck the halls, you can give your old, unflocked, Christmas tree new life by recycling it. Placer County and its OneBigBin program partners provide several convenient options. Whether recycling your tree curbside in your green waste can, or dropping it off free of charge at one of nine locations,...

Placer County Online
Give new life to old Christmas trees

When it comes time to un-deck the halls, you can give your old, unflocked, Christmas tree new life by recycling it. Placer County and its OneBigBin program partners provide several convenient options. Whether recycling your tree curbside in your green waste can, or dropping it off free of charge at one of nine locations,...

Placer County Online
Give new life to old Christmas trees

When it comes time to un-deck the halls, you can give your old, unflocked, Christmas tree new life by recycling it. Placer County and its OneBigBin program partners provide several convenient options. Whether recycling your tree curbside in your green waste can, or dropping it off free of charge at one of nine locations,...

Placer County Online
Give new life to old Christmas trees

When it comes time to un-deck the halls, you can give your old, unflocked, Christmas tree new life by recycling it. Placer County and its OneBigBin program partners provide several convenient options. Whether recycling your tree curbside in your green waste can, or dropping it off free of charge at one of nine locations,...

Placer County Online
Give new life to old Christmas trees

When it comes time to un-deck the halls, you can give your old, unflocked, Christmas tree new life by recycling it. Placer County and its OneBigBin program partners provide several convenient options. Whether recycling your tree curbside in your green waste can, or dropping it off free of charge at one of nine locations,...

Placer County Online
Secret’s out: Placer County is the place to be

More people are choosing to call Placer County home than are deciding to pack-up the moving van. According to the latest numbers released by the California Department of Finance, Placer County leads the state in net domestic migration with 3.85 percent. We’re thrilled to report that more residents decided to stay (but not surprised)!...

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