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33 Sacramento restaurants that closed forever in 2015

33 Sacramento restaurants that closed forever in 2015

With an improving economy, Sacramento's restaurant scene has been on an upswing. By my count, more than twice as many restaurants opened this year than closed. ... Read More

Dining news: San Francisco seafood restaurant opening in Midtown

Dining news: San Francisco seafood restaurant opening in Midtown

Skool, a San Francisco-based seafood restaurant, will replace Anatolian Table Turkish Bistro at 2319 K Street, reports Sonya Sorich in Sac Biz Journal. ... Read More

Homegating is the New Tailgating // Tropic of Mule + Other Easy Gluten Free Football Watching Foods

Homegating is the New Tailgating / Tropic of Mule + Other Easy Gluten Free Football Watching Foods

The overabundance of merry making this time of year truly begins to saturate my every waking minute... yours too? I think a nice little reprieve for a day, to remind us of what life was like before the Holiday season began, is best filled with a return to America's favorite pastime and a bit of tried and true home-gating. After all homegating is the new tailgating, because when you can't get to the game... bring the game to your home and enjoy watching from the comfort of your couch! Maybe that gives you the perfect excuse for staying in pajamas all day and making merry in an altogether different sort of way! With some easy gluten free football watching food and the tastiest cocktail this side of the Mississippi, you can't lose - and maybe your team won't either! ... Read More

CITRUS! SOME FOR YOU, SOME TO SHARE.

CITRUS! SOME FOR YOU, SOME TO SHARE.

It is citrus season, and I am so excited because my little one year old Meyer lemon tree has four lemons on it!  They will be ready to pick soon.  Our 40-year old orange tree is full and ready to harvest.

Downtown Sacramento Partnership Announces Dates of 2016 Dine Downtown Event

Downtown Sacramento Partnership Announces Dates of 2016 Dine Downtown Event

Downtown Sacramento’s vibrant food scene is on a roll. Shortly after being named as the “Next Great American Food City” by Southwest: the Magazine, the Downtown Sacramento Partnership is proud to announce the dates of the annual Dine Downtown Restaurant Week happening from January 7 through January 16, 2016. In fact, there’s no better time to be a “foodie” than during Dine Downtown when indulgent, three-course dining experiences are priced at just $35.

BUTTERNUT SQUASH - WHAT IS IT?

BUTTERNUT SQUASH - WHAT IS IT?

Butternut squash, also known in Australia and New Zealand as butternut pumpkin, is a type of winter squash. It has a sweet, nutty taste similar to that of a pumpkin.  Our Positive Power Partner Whole Foods Market says:  

Round-Up: Our favorite Sacramento Farm-to-Fork Events in September

Round-Up: Our favorite Sacramento Farm-to-Fork Events in September

This time of year in Sacramento has quickly become our favorite. With harvest in full swing and the Farm-to-Fork initiative in full effect here in the region, we couldn’t be prouder to be living, working, eating and drinking in America’s Farm to Fork capital!

Because there are so many events and dinners going on this month, we captured some best local events in the round-up below to help you make the most of the festivities..  

September 10 – 27

Farm-to-Fork Restaurant Weeks presented by Lexus
A portion of all proceeds made during the two-week event will be donated to the Food Literacy Center. To view participating restaurants and learn more about Restaurant Weeks, visit America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital’s website.

September 12... Read More