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Shakshuka : It’s a Dish Not a Dance

Shakshuka : It’s a Dish Not a Dance

 
So readers I have some exciting news. Next week I'll be starting a new job! I'm nervous and ecstatic about the whole thing. So, until things get settled in a bit, the ol' blog might slow down a skosh. I'll try to keep up though, I promise. However, you might...

Cowtown Eats
Instant Reaction: Bistro Michel

May 6, 2014

Before Tuli Bistro closed, it was a personal favorite for many of my “restaurant situations.” Need a casual place to bring my parents when they visit from out of town? Tuli was the answer. Looking for a low key weekend...


Munchie Musings
Need New Dining Companions? Apps and Services to Make New Foodie Friends

I have no problem dining in restaurants alone, with a few exceptions.  Brunch, to me, is a social affair and requires a partner or a group.  The other exception is elevated fine dining. What I mean by that is someplace where it's an experienc...

A Year in Wine
Dunne on Wine: Pinot noirs under $15 only go so far

Dunne on Wine: Pinot noirs under $15 only go so far


Francis Ford Coppola Winery 2012 Russian River Valley Director’s Cut Pinot Noir won a gold medal in Cloverdale.

Reluctantly I’m about ready to join the chorus that claims you can’t buy a decent bottle of pinot noir for less than $15.

I’ve had several bargain pinot noirs...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Lake Tahoe Concours to showcase up to 70 classic beauties at new home on West Shore

Lake Tahoe Concours to showcase up to 70 classic beauties at new home on West Shore

Up to 70 classic wooden boats, many dating back to the 1920s and ’30s, will be on display this summer when the 42nd annual Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance opens to the public at its new location on Tahoe’s West Shore. After 20 years on the north shore, the show moves to Obexer’s Boat Company in...

Sac Biz Lunch
Thoughts on Sacramento food writing

May 6, 2014

Ed’s note: I was asked to answer questions about food writing in Sacramento. Here are the questions and what I think. Writers that make the majority of their income from writing about food in Sacramento can likely be counted on one hand. Do you think Sacramento is under or over represented in this regard?...

Sac Biz Lunch
Thoughts on Sacramento food writing

May 6, 2014

Ed’s note: I was asked to answer questions about food writing in Sacramento. Here are the questions and what I think. Writers that make the majority of their income from writing about food in Sacramento can likely be counted on one hand. Do you think Sacramento is under or over represented in this regard?...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Sierra Foothills’ farmers markets getting underway

Sierra Foothills’ farmers markets getting underway

OUR AREA OFFERS AN ABUNDANCE of fresh, local produce from dozens of small farms around Nevada City, Grass Valley, Auburn, Loomis and Newcastle. Truckee is served by some in Plumas County, such as Sierra Valley Farms, as well as ones in the foothills. The fresh, local fruits and vegetables, meats, poultry and eggs are sold...

Sacramento Magazine
Calling All Chicken Lovers: It’s Tour de Cluck Month


Sacramento Magazine
Calling All Chicken Lovers: It’s Tour de Cluck Month


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