Summer Salads with SacFoodies

We don’t know about you, but this summer weather makes us dread the heat and humidity that comes with cooking in the kitchen. Whether you live in a house with central A/C or a studio apartment with a feeble window unit, a Sacramento summer is no joke and we’re looking for every way to stay cool this […]

SacFoodies and the Beanstalk

This week, we were asked by Slow Food Sacramento to create a recipe using Elegant Beans‘ Jacob’s Cattle Beans. Jacob’s Cattle Beans are an heirloom variety and a part of Ark of Taste, which serves as a living catalog of foods facing extinction. We had a blast creating this recipe (and eating it), and we […]

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 […]

Vegetable Pie Recipe

by Harrison Reilly This is an old family recipe that is great to bake any time of year. Traditionally, my family makes it for Thanksgiving and Christmas, but could easily be served cold as a summer dish. A pre-made crust works fine for this recipe and feel free to experiment with the vegetables used! VEGETABLE […]


By Samantha Fugate Tonight is the night for the biggest Powerball drawing in history. To celebrate that, we thought we could share the Foodie version of the Powerball. It may not win you $1.5 billion, but it will fill you with fiber, Omega-3s and, of course, chocolate (because when is chocolate not a good idea?) […]