Archive for May, 2008:

May
12

Bürgermeister Kuchen

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Since I moved out of my parents’ house about 10 years ago, I have regularly called home to Mom for many, many reasons. Some have been “bad” calls: I got my first C in a class, my heart was broken by a stupid boy, I needed more money, my roommates were insane, and the list […]

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May
09

Ode to Breakfast Joy

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When you think of breakfast, it’s likely that the same-old, same-old comes to mind: cereal, fruit and yogurt, eggs and toast, oatmeal. Why is it that we reserve especially yummy breakfasts, such as pancakes, for more celebratory occasions? Granted, not all of our waistlines can accommodate pancakes on a regular basis! However, when you order […]

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May
08

Crush 29, Roseville

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Brittany’s Thoughts on Crush 29: It’s springtime and love is in the air, which of course means that everyone has a new crush. Even I have one – but this time I’m willing to share! Crush 29 is the gorgeous wine bar and restaurant in Roseville that everyone’s talking about. Perfect for a dinner date […]

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May
06

Lucques

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Lucques not only made L.A. Magazine’s Top 75 Best Restaurants in 2008: it made number one. Yes, according to the publication, this Melrose Ave hot spot is THE best culinary destination in all of Los Angeles. This report came out just after we secured Lucques as our second location for a Sunsweet-inspired dinner (see my […]

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May
02

Cinco de Mayo (Not to mention Tres and Cuatro!)

Just because Cinco de Mayo falls on a Monday this year, doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate with a fiesta or two! Looking for mariachi and margaritas? Craving tacos and tequila? Pick your poison, because the Sacramento area is the place to be this Cinco de Mayo! Azul Mexican Food and Tequila Bar 1050 20th Street, […]

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May
01

Oxbow Public Market

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If you happen to find yourself in Napa and are in need of a foodie-fix, definitely hit up Oxbow Public Market. Located right next to COPIA, it is on First Street, just a few blocks from downtown Napa, and centrally located for a nice pit stop while wine tasting in Napa Valley. If you love […]

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