Sacramento Connect: Best of Blogs

Published: Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013 - 12:00 am | Page 4D

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. Check out the full postings: sacramentoconnect.sacbee.com


A Girl And Her Fork makes seared scallops for her sweetie

One of my favorite things to do with Mr. S. is cook dinner for him. Don't get me wrong, I love cooking with him too but sometimes it's nice to spoil your partner with a fabulous meal. In fact, Julia Child once said, "I think careful cooking is love, don't you? The loveliest thing you can cook for someone who's close to you is about as nice a Valentine as you can give"... that Julia, she's a wise one – and I think she was spot on ... It sounds crazy but – I'll take a romantic dinner on an average old Wednesday night any day over a box of chocolates or an expensive meal on February 14th.

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http://a-girl-and-her-fork.blogspot.com


Munchie Musings details the upcoming Sacramento Food Film Festival

It's almost a year since we held the first Sacramento Food Film Festival. Last year I worked with Slow Food Sacramento and Whole Foods Market to put on a great day of films. Everyone enjoyed it so much that we are ready to do it again – this time over two days! This year Slow Food Sacramento is presenting the film festival, thus the altered snail logo. We are also partnering with the California Food Literacy Center ... Friday night is our gala event. It starts off with the film "Quest for Local Honey" which was filmed up in Nevada County. The filmmakers will be there for discussion afterward with some local honeys to taste.

Read more: www.munchiemusings.net

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