Food & Wine

Breakfast with Santa returns to Roseville

Roseville Emblem Club No. 407 will conduct its seventh annual “Breakfast with Santa” from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 1, at the Roseville Elks Lodge, 3000 Brady Lane. ...

Pancake breakfast to raise funds for Camp ReCreation

St. Clare Knights of Columbus Council No. 12887 is adding to its regular third Sunday of the month breakfast with a special Deluxe Pancake Breakfast. Due to corporate changes at l ...

Taste of Home Cooking School comes to the Gold Country Fairgrounds

Taste of Home, publisher of four national magazines and more than 40 special interest recipe collections, is bringing its Taste of Home Cooking School show to the Gold Country Fair ...

BurgerQuest Week 4: Primo's Pizza Burger & Brew

If there was a “People's Choice” award in the hunt for Placer's Best Burger, it would go to Primo's Pizza, Burger & Brew — by a wide margin. Votes ...

Roseville Eagles host lymphoma, leukemia fundraiser

The Roseville Fraternal Order of Eagles, in concert with the Roseville Leukemia and Lymphoma Society "Team In Training," will host a pasta feed to raise money to help sup ...

Look beyond the label

In response to the rising obesity epidemic plaguing the United States, people are scrambling to figure out the latest diet that will help them shed pounds and live healthier liv ...

Raising awareness, one cookie at a time

Cookies, for Kelli Ridenour, are a language of love. "Cookies to me are comfort food. Being in the kitchen and baking with my grandparents and family, that was what I always ...

Haruka Sushi opens in Granite Bay

The Tsui family didn’t take it slow when it came to getting the work done to open their new Granite Bay restaurant. Haruka Sushi Bar opened its doors July 5, after a whirlwi ...

Dining View: Drewski’s food truck fans rejoice

One of my favorite food trucks around town is Drewski’s Hot Rod Kitchen. Owner Andrew Blaskovich was one of the first in the region to offer gourmet food out of a truck, and ...

Cloudy skies don’t deter pancake diners from raising $2,500 for soldiers

As gray skies overhead threatened rain at any moment, intrepid diners ate their way through several hundred pancakes and even more sausages one Saturday morning last month, not jus ...