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The Dining Divas: Crush 29

Guests: Diane G. Kindermann, attorney/partner at Abbott & Kindermann; Jeaninne Jenna-Budowich, administrator/bookkeeper at Abbott & Kindermann; Brian Holloway, lobbyist and president of Holloway Land...

New Horseshoe Bar Grill

There’s an attractive new restaurant in Loomis, occupying the former site of popular Horseshoe Bar Grill, which abruptly closed its doors in early 2006....

Cozy Restaurants, Comforting Food

As the long, hot days of summer give way to crisp autumn, thoughts turn toward comfort food. It’s time to move from summer’s light,...

Send It Back

You cut into your steak, and something’s not right. Blood oozes from the meat, and it’s supposed to be cooked medium-well. Or perhaps you...

Five Delectable Asian Dishes

Asian restaurants abound in our area, as do specialty grocery stores and annual food festivals, including the Pacific Rim Street Fest and the Japanese...

Handy Food

There’s something primal and deeply satisfying about grasping something delicious and sinking your teeth into it with no assistance from a fork or spoon....

Last Call: Pamela Skinner

Artist and co-owner/curator of Pamela Skinner/Gwenna Howard Contemporary Art gallery, downtown Sacramento Three words you would use to describe yourself: Loyal, determined and creative. Something that...

Redbud Cafe and Wine Bar

There is nothing quite as thrilling for a restaurant reviewer as stumbling across a little restaurant whose kitchen cranks out innovative, exemplary food. It’s...

The Dining Divas: Formaggio Taverna and Patio

Guests: Donna and Josh Pane—both are lobbyists with Pane & Pane Associates Inc., and Josh also is into real estate investments; Daniel and Laura...

Make It: Sangria for a Crowd

At Tapa the World in midtown, this authentic sangria is a real crowd pleaser. Made with inexpensive red wine, fruit juice, rum and soda,...

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