Sacramento Connect: Best of food blogs

Published: Wednesday, Mar. 5, 2014 - 12:00 am

Foods for the Soul makes Fig Newton cupcakes

Fig Newton cupcakes! With the comforting flavors of those classic cookies converted into cupcake form, these treats taste so familiar and fun. The cupcakes are perfectly spiced with just a kiss of cinnamon, while the thick fig filling tastes fruity and fresh. Finished off with a tangy yogurt frosting, these cupcakes will tickle your taste buds more than the cookies ever did, and they’re still secretly healthy with no refined flour or sugar!

Read more: foodsforthesoul.net

Chronicles of Nothing sips pinot gris

Personally, I think pinot gris and pinot grigio are great for people who want to drink white wines, but don’t like chardonnay. The buttery in this wine is very light. After a couple of sips, I didn’t even taste it anymore. It’s very easy to drink, but then again, I sort of think most wines are drinkable. … Why drink them if they aren’t right?

Read more: www.nonchron.com

Undercover Caterer posts a recipe for pickled red onions

We did a poll on Facebook some … months … ago about which recipes people wanted to see up on the blog. One of the top ones was for pickled red onions. I obviously failed to put it up timely, but you nice people already know I’m occasionally lazy. Or am easily distracted. The important part is that it’s here today, right? Right? Right.

Read more: www.undercovercaterer.com

Sierra Foothills Report has a food, wine, art weekend

Our family enjoyed the Cioppino Feed at the Nevada County Fairgrounds and the Foothills Celebration food-and-wine walk this weekend. For the Cioppino Feed fundraiser, the chefs created ... a 100-year-old recipe, which was delicious, including fresh Dungeness crab.

Read more: sierrafoothillsreport.com



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