Sandy Moran of Carmichael (see letter at left) was looking for a lemon chicken recipe like the one served at Asian restaurants such as the Orient. This recipe from CDKitchen sounds like a match for Moran.
How would you like to win a night out for two that includes local food and wine, plus live music to work those boogie shoes? Two tickets are up for grabs for the Stanford Youth Solutions “Vintage 2014” event at North Ridge Country Club on May 1, a $100 a head benefiting the organization formerly known as Stanford Home for Children. Those tickets normally cost $100 each, and this year will include eats from Cafeteria 15L, Dad’s Kitchen, de Vere’s Irish Pub and more local restaurants. You can wash those bites down from such local wineries as Twisted Rivers and Sean Minor.
I have tried in vain to find a recipe that comes close to the delicious LT7 – red curry stir fry with chicken served at Sophia’s Thai Restaurant in Davis.
Easter approaches, and with it a feast that might be better than the one at Thanksgiving, since we’re not limited to turkey. Or to wines that go with the big bird.
The Sacramento Bee hosts a network of high-quality news providers and bloggers in the Sacramento region. Here is a sampling of the best of the current food and dining blogs.
Learn to brew black tea and serve it with dates and Persian rice pudding.
We had this lovely thing for dinner with a salad, but it would be equally lovely as a brunch dish with some potatoes and fruit.
It’s April, and we’ve broken all of our well-intentioned resolutions by now. So let me propose a new one, at least for wine fans. Repeat after me: “At least once a month I will taste a wine I’ve never had before.”
Learn to make and use fresh seitan, the wheat-based meat substitute.
Readers, can you help with these lost and found recipes?