Sun-Maid Raisins is one of the most recognizable brands in the United States. But even the company’s red bonnet-wearing farm girl isn’t enough to keep this century-old cooperative from losing its once dominant role in the marketplace.
Range Kitchen & Tap in Roseville is a solid dining experience from start to finish. You won’t find the next big thing here, by any means, but if you’re looking for well-executed comfort food, you’re unlikely to leave hungry.
After decades in some of Sacramento’s best kitchens and opening restaurants in Chicago, Miami and Cabo San Lucas, Jonathan Kerksieck and Katie Kinner-Kerksieck new Italian restaurant Cacio opens August 21 in Pocket.
In Wisconsin, as in California, small producers struggle to get attentive and effective wholesale representation. On top of that, competition for a spot on grocery-store shelves and restaurant wine lists has intensified with expansion of the wine trade nationally.
On a recent trip to the market, some of summer's best and freshest local produce was showing up. There were bushels of beautiful kale, baskets of early Red Haven Peaches and, of course, tons of zucchini and tomatoes.
Raw fish is a hard sell for some people, and I’ll admit it had been for me at one point. That aversion can be a turnoff when it comes to something like sushi. Ceviche, however, is a good intermediate step for the raw fish skeptic, because of its preparation.
Crunchy apples, celery and walnuts mixed with turkey make a crisp, cool salad perfect for a hot summer night or anytime. The original combination of apples, celery and mayonnaise was served at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City over 100 years ago. This updated version still has the pleasing combination of textures and flavors that has made the salad a classic.
I spend an inordinate amount of time flipping through cookbooks and food magazines. I salivate over glossy photos of peach pie and slices of too-moist-to-be-true double-decker chocolate cake. I lick my fingers while staring at gorgeous close-ups of glazed chicken wings, imagining the tingle of sweet heat on my tongue. All that beautifully styled food draws me in, but then I'll read the recipe and say, "no way."
Some of my favorite summer memories include sweet corn – dripping with butter at the state fair; popped and salty at the drive-in movie theater; slathered with mayonnaise, cheese and chile powder at street festivals; sweet and crunchy in salads at the family picnic.
Kate Washington reviews Range, an independent Roseville restaurant that serves nontraditional comfort food such as bison meatball sliders and boar bacon artichoke dip. It also features local beer and wine by the glass.
The Sandra Dee’s Bar-B-Que & Seafood episode of Gordon Ramsay’s “24 Hours to Hell and Back” aired Wednesday, and had all the yelling, drama and tears promised in the season finale’s TV Guide description.
The Girl Scouts of the USA are coming for your taste buds once again with a brand-new variety of cookie for the 2019 sales season. The organization is introducing the Caramel Chocolate Chip cookie to its roster of popular treats, according to a press release.
Chef and co-owner Jonathan Kersieck cooks the dish that inspired his wife Katie Kinner-Kerksieck to name their new Italian restaurant Cacio. They plan to open August 21 in the Pocket neighborhood of Sacramento.
Seven Stills of San Francisco is complying with the pun-filled cease-and-desist letter sent by burger chain In-N-Out after a mock up something called “In-N-Stout” appeared on the brewery’s social media pages.