Food & Wine Weekly Picks

Update every Tuesday by end of day for inclusion in the Sacbee Food & Wine newsletter, which pulls at roughly 4am on Wednesday. The newsletter pulls up to 8 posts each week. Please remove the previous week’s posts.

Just the 2 of Us
SUMMER FRESH ROOT VEGETABLE SALAD

SUMMER FRESH ROOT VEGETABLE SALAD

Isn't this a gorgeous salad?  The good news is it tastes as good as it looks and is totally easy to make.  Everything gets baked in the oven, toss together and that's it.I did tweek it a little from the original recipe but then I always tend ...

A Year in Wine
Dunne on Wine: The lure of white wine as summer lingers

Wine is the one fashion accessory that’s always been exempt from the old sartorial rule about no white after Labor Day. Can you picture even the most punctilious of swells giving up his chardonnay just because of the quiet segue from summer to fall? Not a chance.

Besides, that segue is...

Sacramento Magazine
Pluots – Snatch Them Up Before They’re Gone


Undercover Caterer
Tomato and Butter Spaghetti

Sep 2, 2014

Hi.  Did you have a happy and relaxing Labor Day weekend?  I did.  I spent mine traipsing around Northern California with a couple of my best girlfriends. There was wine, lots of food, art, a couple of beaches, bourbon and some more food.  I mentioned food right?  There was lots of that. Remember that...

Crazy for Crust
Caramel Apple Toffee Blondies

Sep 1, 2014
Caramel Apple Toffee Blondies

You know what I love most about apple season? Caramel. Caramel goes with everything. So do apples, it turns out. They go especially well with blondes, toffee, and homemade caramel sauce. I’d say this recipe is fall baking #forthewin. So it’s September 1st. That means I can post all apple all pumpkin all caramel...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Check out Truckee in September!

Check out Truckee in September!

Truckee Offers an Array of Colorful Events and Activities this September Located near the Sierra Nevada crest at almost six-thousand feet, the historic town of Truckee is amazingly picturesque during autumn, when the air is crisp, the sun bright and the tree-covered mountains become a patchwork of warm and vibrant colors. Perfect weather for hiking,...

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Crazy for Crust
Gluten-Free Mud Hen Bars

Aug 30, 2014
Gluten-Free Mud Hen Bars

Hey all you Gluten-Free friends! This post is for YOU today. Yes, that’s right. I made Mud Hen Bars and they’re totally gluten-free! Sometimes I feel really sorry for people with food allergies. I mean, how hard must it be to go through life and not be able to eat something? (Especially if they...

Petite Panettiere
Bourbon Vanilla Cherry Blueberry Pie & Vanilla Bean Whipped Coconut Cream

Aug 28, 2014
Bourbon Vanilla Cherry Blueberry Pie & Vanilla Bean Whipped Coconut Cream




After a Saturday morning run with my sister to the farmers market, she said she needed to decide on a dessert to make for a potluck later that evening. I referred her to my recipe inspiration board on Pinterest where I go when I'm...

Cowtown Eats
Dining News: The Complicated Birth of Fahrenheit 250

Aug 18, 2014

Like many restaurants, going from inception to launch is never easy. But from the sounds of this long-ish profile of the restaurant in Comstocks Mag (that I've had open for weeks on my computer, but not read until now), the...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Wine grape harvest is underway: earliest in years

Wine grape harvest is underway: earliest in years

This year’s grape harvest, one of the earliest in years, is now underway — in the foothills and throughout Northern California. It will continue into October, when the last cabernet sauvignon grape is picked. The warm weather resulted in an earlier bud break, with a warm summer, leading to an earlier harvest. Smaller berries with intense...

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