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Two things to do in Napa this weekend that aren’t Bottlerock

Posted on May 22, 2019
Two things to do in Napa this weekend that aren't Bottlerock

It’s Memorial Day weekend, which for many means Bottlerock, which means it’s time to get out of town. It also means North... Continue

First look: MacArthur Place’s new Layla

Posted on May 1, 2019
First look: MacArthur Place's new Layla

Gone from the remodeling MacArthur Place is Saddles restaurant, refreshed and replaced by Layla, a stylish “Mediterranean kitchen”... Continue

Seed to table: roasting and eating acorns

Posted on May 1, 2019
Seed to table: roasting and eating acorns

Seed to Table: How to Process and Eat Acorns. Saturday, May 11, Sugarloaf State Park. Have you ever thought about eating acorns?... Continue

Reminder: the word ‘Natural’ on food labels has no meaning

Posted on April 29, 2019
Reminder: the word 'Natural' on food labels has no meaning

Of all the meaningless terms in the food labeling world—and there are a lot—”natural” might be one of the worst. Foods labeled... Continue

‘West’ opens — modern burger joint in the Springs

Posted on April 24, 2019
'West' opens -- modern burger joint in the Springs

Garrett Sathre and his crew at West Handmade Burgers, the long-anticipated Springs eatery moments before its opening this morning... Continue

Why a bunny? A short history of Easter

Posted on April 13, 2019
Why a bunny? A short history of Easter

The commemoration of Jesus’ resurrection, the Easter holiday also has ancient origins outside of the Christian tradition. And then... Continue

Tomato lovers — contain yourselves!

Posted on April 9, 2019
Tomato lovers -- contain yourselves!

Tomatomania, coming to Cornerstone for a two-day seedling extravaganza, is the world’s largest traveling starter tomato sale,... Continue

I survived the Guinness Diet

Posted on March 28, 2019
I survived the Guinness Diet

Steve Brunolli | From The Sun archives According to some, most of whom are Irish, one can live off nothing but Guinness beer. Supposedly,... Continue

Six films, six chefs, six-course dinner

Posted on March 21, 2019
Six films, six chefs, six-course dinner

It’s a sequel to last year’s sold-out Sonoma Valley International Food Festival event, a dinner prepared by six different chefs... Continue

How the flooding affected Sonoma County grapes

Posted on March 20, 2019
How the flooding affected Sonoma County grapes

The torrential rains had little or no immediate effect on the 2019 crop, reports Wine Enthusiast, though they did require extra efforts... Continue


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