Trappist beer is very unique. Rob Archie, owner of Pangaea Bier Cafe, talks with Kate Whelan, director of Sacramento Beer Week, and Jesse Sahlin, founder of Craft Creamery, why Trappist beer is special and the definition of alcohol by volume. Sacramento Beer Week is March 2-12.
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What is Trappist beer and alcohol by volume?
Box, bottle or can? See if this wine columnist can tell difference
Good vs. evil: A moral food dilemma at the California Mid-State Fair
The story behind Brown Butter Cookie Co.
It's too hot to cook. Make these no-bake fruit tarts instead
Grown in Morro Bay, this exotic 'citrus caviar' pops in your mouth
Miami Herald wine columnist Connie Ogle was challenged to to see if she can distinguish between wine from a box, a can and a bottle. How do you think you would do? The results are surprising. Take a look.
Sisters Christa and Traci Hozie talk about how a small deli in Cayucos transformed into the Brown Butter Cookie Company, a San Luis Obispo County business that produces about 5,000 shortbread cookies each day — and each treat is individually handrolled by employees.
Shanley Farms in Morro Bay grows exotic fruit, including the finger lime, a rainforest shrub that produces a microcitrus with a pearl-like flesh that looks like beads of caviar — "the coolest thing I've ever seen," said farmer Jim Shanley. He plans to sell individual jars of the Citriburst finger lime pearls, described as “citrus caviar.”
Wine lovers enjoyed the 35th annual Paso Robles Wine Festival's lively music and beautiful weather on Saturday, May 20, 2017, as over 70 wineries and vendors poured wine, and served cheese and olive oil.
Tribune staffers were curious about the new Unicorn Frappuccino, which changes colors and flavors with a stir of the straw. Here are our thoughts on the limited-time Starbucks drink. It will be available through April 23, 2017.
Four San Luis Obispo County chefs compete for the Judge's Choice and People's Choice awards at the The Inspired Home, Garden and Gourmet Expo held at the Paso Robles Event Center on Saturday, Feb. 25, and Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017. All ingredients used in the competition were supplied by Talley Farms of Arroyo Grande, and the recipes will be published in the March issue of Inspired Health Magazine.
Cookie queen Arty McGoo (aka Elizabeth Adams) of Paso Robles is a full-time professional cookie artist, or, cookier, who shares her baking and decorating expertise with students around the globe. Here she shows how to quickly and easily decorate a cookie for Valentine's Day.