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Sep
09

Bloody Jerry

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Yes, you read that right. Let me explain. It was a great day for the SacFoodies when we were contacted by the folks at Sailor Jerry inviting us to try their spiced rum. Lucky for us, the samples came along with a delicious Bloody Jerry recipe that we used to help kick off our weekend. […]

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Sep
05

Silvana’s Kitchen

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Who doesn’t love a new cookbook? Around here, as you might imagine, they can be pretty popular. Recently, I ordered one that I’ve been waiting for: Silvana’s Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Kitchen: Timeless Favorites Transformed.

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Aug
20

Wordless Wednesday: Tomato Jam

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When a fellow SacFoodie shares her garden’s bounty, one must make Tomato Jam!

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Jul
22

Chicken-Veggie-Whatever In a Dish

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This is the enthralling tale of one resourceful man overcoming his hunger by combining the contents of his refrigerator into sweet and sultry sustenance. This man is me. Let me start off by saying that this is your typical “look-in-the-fridge-and-throw-what-you’ve-got-in-a-pot” recipe. Now, with that being said, the absolute key to doing this is to make […]

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Jun
06

National Donut Day

  By: Stephanie Rudy June isn’t known for its abundance of holidays. No three-day weekends to look forward to, no fireworks, no pumpkin carving and certainly no Turducken. But, before you discredit the month altogether, are you familiar with the significant holiday that falls on June 6th? That’s right, it’s National Donut Day. Yes, I […]

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May
19

Banana Cream Pie Jell-O Pudding Pops

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Jell-O Pudding Pops. If only I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard those three words in the last month. It all started when my boyfriend, Joe, and I took BuzzFeed’s “How Many ’90s Foods Have You Tried?” quiz—because it was clearly more important than actually being productive, okay? After a few high-fives, knee-slaps […]

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May
13

Summer Cocktail: Moscow Mule

By Stephanie Rudy Comprised of only five ingredients, the Moscow Mule is as simple as it is refreshing. Traditionally served in copper mugs (I bought mine here!), the Mule was originally introduced in 1939 to help promote vodka during an era when gin reigned. The drink faded out in the 1960’s, but is back by […]

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May
09

In Season: Local Strawberries

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One of the things I love about Sacramento is stumbling upon a corner of earth, right in the middle of our urban landscape, that some lovely soul has decided to farm. It’s a beautiful thing to see acres of fruit trees in the middle of a residential neighborhood, or a strawberry patch nestled between a […]

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Apr
01

Quick Bites for Wine Nights

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It may be April Fool’s Day, but this quick and easy recipe for Sweet & Savory Crescent Roll-Ups is no joke! All you need are five common ingredients and 20 minutes to have a fuss-free and fabulous wine night. Here’s how: Sweet & Savory Crescent Roll-Ups Ingredients 1 can refrigerated crescent rolls (such as Pillsbury) […]

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Mar
28

Salted Caramel Corn

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Everyone has that go-to recipe. It’s that recipe you know by heart and you always have the ingredients stocked in your pantry. It’s a sure bet, the crowd pleaser and it never goes out of style. You always get compliments on it, to which you reply casually, “What? This little thing? T’was nothing, really!” (Okay, […]

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