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Red Velvet Brownie Cups

Oct 16, 2014
Red Velvet Brownie Cups

I know, I know. This recipe doesn’t have pumpkin or apple. But did you know red velvet was originally, traditionally, a Christmas dessert? So really, these Red Velvet Brownie Cups are just ahead of the game. I’m getting you prepared for November and December. You’re welcome. Holy blogger cookbook-palooza people. So. Many. Bloggers have...

Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Sac’s Own Chef Keith Breedlove Appears on Guy’s Grocery Games on Sunday

Oct 15, 2014

pic.twitter.com/rFyxCipE8t — Chef Keith (@CulinerdyK) October 6, 2014 Chef Keith Breedlove, proprietor of The Culinerdy Cruzer, will compete on Food Network's Guy's Grocery Games on Sunday, Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. Food Network describes the episode like this: The chefs...


Crazy for Crust
Butterscotch Blondie Gooey Bars

Oct 15, 2014
Butterscotch Blondie Gooey Bars

Gooey cookie dough and butterscotch lovers: these butterscotch blondie gooey bars are for you! Mel and I hardly ever go to movies anymore and when we do go, it’s during the day. But last weekend we redeemed one of our only child perks: Jordan had a slumber party so we got a date...

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The Sacramento Bee
Homemade posole spices up fall celebrations

The smell wafting through Bernadette Gutierrez’s Land Park home signifies a change in seasons. It’s the comforting aroma of hominy slowly simmering in a pot with savory pork and a deep red broth that’s ready to be sopped up with a tortilla.

The arrival of fall means it’s time for posole....

The Sacramento Bee
Thyme is on your side in the kitchen

To every thing there is a seasoning, and a thyme to every purpose under heaven. It says so in the Good (cook)Book.

So thyme, clearly, is on my side – even though thyme and tide wait for no man. Thyme flies like an arrow – on a thyme line! – and...

The Sacramento Bee
Bake a fall dessert with apples

Ever walk past a bakery with one of those impossibly elegant apple tarts in the window, the ones with the apple slices fanned out in the shape of a flower? Nothing you could ever make at home, right?

Wrong. It’s so much easier than it looks. That’s because all you...

The Sacramento Bee
Mandarin recipes

I buy at least 20 pounds of mandarins every year from one of our many growers in Placer County for eating and cooking. Most of the mandarins are eaten right out of the bag, but a few make it into salads, drinks, and as glazes or sauces. Experiment a bit and try them on...

The Sacramento Bee
The Mailbox: Reader recipe requests for stuffed apricots, corn pudding

Apricots worth giving

I look forward to your column every Wednesday. I am looking for a recipe that was in the Bee last year around September, October, November or perhaps December. It was a dessert named almond stuffed apricots candied in amaretto syrup. I elected to put the finished apricots into...

Munchie Musings
I Escaped Room Ω

I Escaped Room Ω

I'm not a gamer. I don't own a Playstation or XBox. I have no interest in most computer games. When I play games on my tablet they tend to be advanced solitaire card games or Rummycube with people online. The other kind I will play is adventure/puzzle games.

Twenty years...

Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Sticky Fingers BBQ To Become Sticky Gator BBQ

Oct 14, 2014

Before I get into today's post, an apology to Cowtown Eats readers. I messed up on Monday's post. I assumed a restaurant had opened because it had Yelp reviews, when it in fact had not. An incorrect post was up...

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