Archive for November, 2011:

Nov
30

Fresca Deli

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We foodies jump at the chance to try something new, so when we heard the news that Freshii was revamping its menu and re-opening as Fresca Deli we were one of the first in line to try it out. While the Fresca look and feel is still Freshii, the menu is very different – and […]

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Nov
23

Foodie Friendsgiving

A guest blog from Erika Ulring Happy early Thanksgiving! For foodies, this is the ultimate holiday. It’s a great excuse to spend all day in the kitchen, cook up culinary treats and spread a full feast for family, friends and guests. And, in addition to the traditional spread shared with family, there’s a fun trend […]

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Nov
21

Roasted Cauliflower with Dates and Walnuts

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My earliest memory of cauliflower involves ketchup. But fast-forward to 2011, where grown-up me has donned his classy cap and uncovered a delicious new twist on the home-garden staple that was a surprise hit at our recent SacFoodies Thanksgiving Potluck. I know—more delicious than ketchup, you say? Brace yourself. Food Network chef Claire Robinson is […]

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Nov
18

Want to Intern at Fleishman-Hillard Sacramento?

Here’s what it takes to be a SacFoodie in the making: You read SacFoodies (check!) and can’t wait to write your first…and second…and third post You’re a college graduate with a go-getter attitude who is ready to work hard in a full-time position You’re excited by the idea of experiencing and contributing to fast-paced agency […]

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Nov
17

Pumpkin Soup

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When I heard we were doing a SacFoodies Thanksgiving potluck, I knew I had to bring my all-time favorite T-Day dish…my mom’s Portuguese-Style Thanksgiving. But since I’ve shared this recipe twice on the blog, I thought it was time to venture out of my comfort zone and try something new. I love soup and my […]

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Nov
16

Wordless Wednesday: SacFoodies Kick Off Thanksgiving Week with Potluck

The SacFoodies team hosted a Thanksgiving potluck today, and in honor of the approaching holiday, we’ll be sharing some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes with you for the next week.

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Nov
14

Simply the Best Warm Spinach Salad

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How far would you travel for food? You know, to sample a really special entrée or dessert that makes you think, “This is the best I’ve ever tasted!” As it turns out, I know quite a few people who are crazy like that. My friend Robin thinks nothing of traveling 30 miles to Auburn for […]

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Nov
11

Searsucker, San Diego

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Sometimes, it’s tough living the life of a SacFoodie. Just a few weeks back my job required me to travel to sunny San Diego and partake in a five-course lunch at “Top Chef” Brian Malarkey’s highly praised restaurant Searsucker with a group of lively and personable media on behalf of our client, the United States […]

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Nov
10

Dine and Donate at The Firehouse

This week, you can do your part in helping the community (as well as your appetite) by dining at one of SacFoodies’ favorite spots, The Firehouse in Old Sacramento. The restaurant will donate 15 percent of revenue to Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services through this Saturday, Nov. 12. Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services […]

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Nov
09

Wordless Wednesday: Torchy’s Damn Good Tacos – Austin, Texas

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Tacos from left: The Democrat (shredded beef barbacoa topped with fresh avocado, queso fresco, cilantro and onions, served with Tomatillo Sauce on a fresh corn tortilla); and Jalapeno Sausage, Egg & Cheese breakfast taco from Torchy’s Damn Good Tacos in Austin, Texas.

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