Edible Sacramento - Winter 2008

Thursday, January 24, 2008

The newest issue of Edible Sacramento is out! Be sure to pick up your copy and check it out. I reviewed Willie's Burgers, Hina's Tea, Korea House, and Babycakes, Teresa's Urkofsky's -pictured left- adorable new shop which is truly fabulous and mighty tasty (I've dropped by a few times already)! Hope you all enjoy and be sure to eat local, and read local. You'll also find some notes about olive oil, squirrels, and maybe be slipped a little bit of tongue (as a recipe from a focus on offal). It's a fascinating issue with a lot of articles to highly peak the interest of any ardent foodie! I high suggest you go pick up a copy or go to the Edible Sacramento website!

4 comments:

  1. Hm. My friends and I may need to try Babycakes again, we had the opposite reaction. Love Hina's. I'm off to check it out!

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  2. Thanks for the reminders on this, G.!

    And if I may toot my own horn, you might enjoy my current post which deals with offal, namely in the form of haggis. That, and men in kilts. It's all good.

    My brother recently asked me where to take business contacts to eat in Sacramento, and I sent him a link to your site. You do a consistently excellent job on reviews. It's become quite a resource in the community.

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  3. White On Rice CoupleJanuary 25, 2008 at 5:03 PM

    Wow, so glad we found you. We love reading and eating your blog. So much fun! Better yet, you're in California! Pretty close to us, we're in Southern California. Now, it's rainy southern California.

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  4. Didn't realise tongue was considered offal - you learn something new everyday. I love the stuff - it is one of the traditional meats served in my family home on Christmas Day.

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