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New on Scene: Edio Vineyards

The Delfino family has a long history in El Dorado County. Since 1964, they’ve been welcoming guests to their Apple Hill farm and bakery. This year, in...

What the Cluck

Chicken strips aren’t just for kids at MOM & POP CHICKEN SHOP, set to open soon at Town Center in El Dorado Hills. These...

DOCO Gets Creative With Outdoor Dining

Downtown Commons will launch a new outdoor dining “experience” starting today (Sept. 3).DOCO Al Fresco will feature 60 socially distanced tables that can seat about 170 people on...
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Taking It to the Streets

Outdoor dining has long been a feature of Sacramento’s restaurant scene. We’ve certainly got the weather for it. At least six months a year, we’re virtually...
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Learn To Make Sushi on Zoom

Ricky Yap, a sushi chef at Kru, is offering a series of Japanese cooking classes on Zoom starting this week. The interactive classes include...

For This Sushi Master, Sunday Is Pizza Day

He’s known for his sushi. But Lou Valente, owner of Southpaw Sushi, has lately been wowing Sacramento diners with his Detroit-style pizza, available Sundays...

Wine and Plants: A Great Combo

It’s August in Sacramento, and we’re all feeling the heat. Temperatures have been hovering at or above 100 degrees for weeks. In addition, we’re all experiencing...
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How Sweet It Is

Ginger Elizabeth Hahn, owner of Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates, is expanding her empire with a patisserie, set to open on J Street within a few...
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Hurry to Order Your Jewish Food Faire Delights

Do you like Jewish food? Ah, of course, many of you are saying “Yes!” But what about the rest of you? Are some of...
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A Way With Herbs

Roxanne O’Brien, a former professor in American River College’s culinary arts program and a frequent contributor to Herb Quarterly, America’s oldest magazine devoted to...