If you’ve checked the weather app on your phone or heard the local forecast in recent days, you knew this was coming: a major assault of heat is descending upon Sacramento. It’s supposed to get up to 108 degrees Fahrenheit today.
Whether you grill marinated tri-tip or spice-rubbed ribs over a charcoal-fired kettle or gas-fueled range, the California backyard is the summertime site for some of the best cue going.
The judges at the California State Fair Commercial Wine Competition considered a whopping 2,829 wine entries from June 4 through June 6. And now, we know who earned “best of show” honors.
The California State Fair Commercial Wine Competition was held from June 4 through June 6, and now we know who earned medals in whats billed as the countrys oldest wine competition. The gold medalists include a brand thats often used as a punchline in the world of wine: Sutter Home White Zinfandel, an off-dry pink wine that costs $6.
The well-stocked delicatessen at Corti Bros. Market made Food & Wine magazine’s list of the nation’s 22 best delicatessens.
Sacramento Bee restaurant critic Blair Anthony Robertson hosts a live chat Q&A at noon Wednesday to discuss craft coffee in Sacramento. Craft coffee, or third-wave coffee as it is known to insiders, has redefined what good coffee should taste like and bolstered Sacramento's reputation. Join Blair at noon to share your questions and comments. And bring your coffee, of course.
Grab your favorite mug and wake up this Sunday to Feast’s all-coffee issue. We’ll break down all that’s brewing on the local coffee scene, including signature drinks, techniques to try at home and what experts have to say about Sacramento.
The West Sacramento Farmers Market’s DigIn! dinner series begins May 29, featuring Michael Thiemann, owner and chef at Mother, the Sacramento vegetarian restaurant.
California wines have long suffered from the claims that they don’t age as well as their French counterparts. But does this stereotype hold true?
The Stockton Asparagus Festival kicked off today, but ran into weather issues. The festival, which usually draws around 75,000 people, runs through Sunday. Reports predict Stockton weather to be partly cloudy Saturday with a chance of showers Sunday.
The Boneshaker Community Brewery, a 4,500-square-foot restaurant and brewery, is opening to the public Friday (April 25) in Rocklin. The brewpub at 4810 Granite Drive becomes the second enterprise of Sacramento native J.J. Anderson, who also owns and operates the Boneshaker Public House, a craft beer pub and eatery at 2168 Sunset Blvd. in Rocklin.