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Tate's Kitchen reflects on her latest monthly dinner:
Well, 2013 is starting off with a bang for our monthly dinners! The February dinner table was full, menu turned out terrific, everyone had a fantastic evening. And as usual, the latest issue of Food and Wine was the inspiration. Nothing like completely revamping a menu just because you received a new magazine, right? Sure it's the last minute. I'm not worried. I can do this.
I need to stop doing that
Main course was spiced chicken with a coconut caramel sauce and a fresh pineapple and grapefruit salsa. March issue of Food and Wine make this!
Read more: www.tateskitchen.com
Guava Rose makes 'Broke da Mouth USB Chocolate Cake'
This is the best chocolate cake ever. No frosting needed. The minuscule amount of effort involved in making this is startling once you taste how incredible this cake is. No one can resist a second piece. Sturdy enough to pack for a picnic, yet elegant simply adorned with fresh berries. In Hawaii, it would definitely be described as "Broke da mouth!" ... USB= Ultimate, Special, Best. Thus, Guava Rose's Broke da mouth USB Chocolate Cake.
Read more: www.guavarose.com
Sac Foodies visit Fresno's Casa Corona
It's not uncommon to find a Sac Foodie in Fresno. As the largest inland city in California, and one so centrally located within the state's agricultural heartland, client work often brings us down for a day or two to what we lovingly refer to as The 'No. And in between meetings with raisin and olive farmers, or styling recipes for a photo shoot, it's easy to work up an appetite. One recent filming expedition did just that, though luckily Casa Corona was there to welcome me to dinner.
Read more: sacfoodies.com
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