Archive for December, 2011
We all make predictions of what is to come. 2012 looks to be a very trendy foodie year and one local blogger; Garrett Snyder (SearchandDevour.Wordpress.com) has shared his
Top 10 Foodie Humorous Predictions for 2012. Do you agree with any?
Food Prediction #1: 2012 will be marked a stunning resurgence of the pot pie
Food Prediction #2: In 2012 mixologists will begin illegally distilling their own spirits. Several are maimed by a freak still explosion.
by Local Roots Food Tours Guide: Bethany Heckman
Sometimes, after a long day of work (or watching after the kids), shopping, driving in traffic, baking for the 15th holiday party to attend, and a load of laundry, the last thing you want to do is cook a dinner. Money can’t be tight these days (we are in a recession people!) but I’ve compiled a list of restaurants where not only do you get a value meal, but these places are very kid friendly! What’s better than eating delicious food and getting the bang for your buck!
Winter? Walking? Food?
If you enjoy food, you enjoy exercising, you enjoy beautiful scenery, architecture and history…..bundle up and come join us on our
During the months of January and February, Origins of Sacramento Walking Food and Cultural Tour will be exploring the very beginnings of Sacramento, from Sutter’s colony Nueva Helvecia to the Fabulous Forties, with tastings of the best dishes the immigrants brought with them. You’ll learn about how the many diverse groups forged our great city and created its agricultural dominance.
Hot Child in the City? Nah, it’s too Cold. How about Hot Drinks in the City? by Bethany Woy
You’ve been shopping all day, crossing off your Christmas list and your hands, feet and body are freezing. What better way to warm your spirits then indulging in a hot drink? Below I’ve listed a few wonderful places to stop in, warm your soul and enjoy the holiday season.