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Feb
09

Valentine’s Day in Sacramento

By Cheyenne Cameron-Pruitt Valentine’s Day is almost here. We know that everyone can use a little bit of help with the planning process sometimes, so we have gathered Valentine’s weekend events and restaurant specials that are sure to please! Valentine’s Day Weekend Events: Port, Wine and Chocolate Lover’s Weekend Port, Wine and Chocolate? You can’t […]

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Feb
08

Sacramento Beer Week 2017 – The Brains Behind the Beer

By: Laurel Harrison  Join SacFoodies this week on “The Road to Beervana” (a.k.a. Capitol Beer Fest) with a peek into the brains behind the beer that we love so much! Have you ever wondered what your local brewer sings in the car? Who their #1 beer pal would be? What beer of theirs you absolutely have to […]

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Feb
01

The Road to Beervana

by Laurel Harrison As we slowly inch our way towards spring, our thoughts are turning towards sunshine, farmer’s markets, and, of course, Sacramento Beer Week,  running March 2 – March 12. We here at SacFoodies love great beer almost as much as we love great food, and for the month leading up to Beer Week we’ll be […]

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Jan
13

SacFoodies Weekend Picks

By: Cheyenne Cameron-Pruitt Midtown Bizarre Identity Coffees is serving up more than a great latte this Saturday as they host the first Midtown Bizarre of the year. The Midtown Bizarre showcases a wide range of handmade goods and products from Sacramento locals. Burly Beverages, a locally owned company that specializes in small batch sodas and soft […]

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Dec
21

Wordless Wednesday: South

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The Fried Chicken Sandwich with sliced cucumbers, fresh basil and buttermilk dressing; the Debris Po’ Boy of roasted brisket, sliced green tomato, shredded lettuce and spicy aioli; and a side of mac ‘n’ cheese. Oh, and a glass (or two) of rose. Find South online at www.weheartfriedchicken.com. South 2005 11th Street Sacramento, CA 95818 (916) […]

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Nov
29

A Look at the SacFoodies’ Thanksgiving 2016

By: The SacFoodies For us at SacFoodies, comparing and contrasting the meals we make and eat tends to happen quite a bit, especially around the holidays. When comparing dishes for holidays like Thanksgiving, it initially seems simple in general: turkey, mashed potatoes, yams and cranberries. However, everybody does Thanksgiving differently, even if the differences are […]

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Oct
07

SacFoodies Weekend Picks

by Brandon Smith “Fall into Friday” – First Friday Oak Park All the wonderful colors  of fall will soon be covering the streets of Oak Park and what better place to take it all in than the Oak Park Broadway Corridor on First Friday. First Friday is an exciting community-oriented event that celebrates all that […]

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Sep
30

SacFoodies Survey: What is the one food you can’t live without?

While we love all foods here at SacFoodies, there are some dishes and ingredients we would choose above all others. Check out the results below of our latest office survey: What is the one food you can’t live without? Comment below and let us know what your answer is!

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Sep
10

SacFoodies Survey: Favorite Herb + more free prints!

by the SacFoodies We love all things flavorful here at Sacfoodies and cooking with fresh herbs is one of our favorite ways to turn up the tasty in any dish. In this installment of SacFoodies Survey, we set out to discover the preferred culinary herbs of our authors. Check out our top picks in the […]

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Sep
08

SacFoodies Weekend Picks

by Brandon Smith Farm-to-Fork Restaurant Weeks Farm-to-Fork Restaurant Weeks presented by Raley’s is a celebration of the region’s premiere dining destinations and  the bounty of seasonal ingredients that surround us. The event will showcase the culinary powerhouse that is the Sacramento region, with area restaurants hosting special events, menus and opportunities to meet the farmers, […]

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