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7 Artisan Producers From Sonoma Win Good Food Awards

Here are the local winners of the 2022 Good Food Awards, which recognize the kind of food that brings people together and builds strong, healthy communities. After being rescheduled from January, the Good Food Awards ceremony honoring the 2022 Good Food winners was held last Friday at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco.… Keep Reading

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Jason DeRusha’s Top Picks for the Food & Wine Experience

It’s almost here! This weekend is the Minnesota Monthly Food & Wine Experience. It was the last major event I attended before COVID-19 shut down the world, and it’s going to be one of the first many of us take part in now that things are looking really good as far as a low number of cases… Keep Reading

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Here’s Johnny’s Doughnuts…Valentine’s specials

Johnny’s Doughnuts, with multiple locations in northern California, is putting a twist on their cult-classic flavors this Valentine’s Day, now topped with Valentine’s Day themed sprinkles and glazes. Decorated doughnuts are available in-store starting Feb. 9 through Feb. 14. Specials include a heart-shaped Bismark filled with vanilla Pastry Cream, dipped in chocolate and coated with… Keep Reading

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Where to Get the Best Breakfast Sandwiches in Sonoma County

If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, then the breakfast sandwich is arguably the most important sandwich of all. Paired with a cup of coffee and packed with protein, fiber and carbs, it gives us a much-needed morning boost and is downright delicious: The combination of hot eggs, melted cheese, meat and… Keep Reading

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Where to Get the Best Bagels in Sonoma County

As with most iconic foods, the exact origin of the bagel is largely unknown and highly debated — mostly because ring-shaped bread has been made by a variety of cultures for centuries. However, the earliest known appearance of what resembles the modern-day bagel first appeared in 1300s Poland as obwarzanek, a braided ring of dough that’s boiled, sprinkled… Keep Reading

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Russian River Brewing postpones Pliny the Younger 2022 beer release

Russian River Brewing’s event of the year — the release of Pliny the Younger — has been postponed. Not surprisingly, the COVID-19 Omicron variant is the reason. “Not only is Sonoma County experiencing a record-shattering spike in COVID cases and increased hospitalizations, but we are in the midst of our own internal surge,” the brewers announced, with… Keep Reading

Where to Eat Out on Thanksgiving in Sonoma County

  Whether you’re skipping the stress of cooking for 20 people or want to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal at a local restaurant this holiday, there are options across Sonoma County. Here are 25 restaurants and grocers offering Thanksgiving meals, for dining in, picking up or delivery. Continue reading on Sonoma Magazine  Keep Reading

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Late-Night Sweet Shop Opens in Santa Rosa

Late-Night Sweet Shop Opens in Santa Rosa If you’re one of those disciplined people who don’t eat after 8 p.m. and only have sweets on your “cheat day,” read no further; this is not for you. But if you’re like every other normal person on the planet and the 10 p.m. sweet cravings come on… Keep Reading

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