Note from Doni: This Q&A features answers from Nick Webb, who works for Shasta County Public Health. On June 1 Webb led a group of 20 north state residents who’d trained for months to prepare for the 17th annual America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride in Lake… Continue Reading
La Cabana Mexican Restaurant will open its second Redding restaurant at 2640 Bechelli Lane. (You may recall that space most recently held The Whole Enchilada. Before that it featured Bartels Giant Burger. Before that, I don’t remember)
You’d think if the Record Searchlight wanted to cast a worldwide net for newsroom writers, it would start with an ad in its own paper. After all, the RS has ads in its classifieds for an RS forklift operator, RS ap/accounting clerk, RS contract home-delivery paper carriers,… Continue Reading
What a joy to present this column by Darcie Gore, my good friend and one of the fine minds behind Food for Thought. Darcie’s an inspiration to me, and I trust she will be to you, too. Doni
Bailey, a whippet, has been with me since she was 10 weeks old. She is my second whippet service dog. I had a stroke, and as a result of that brain trauma there are a number of medical issues that Bailey is able to mitigate.
These are common things people say when I am out in public with Bailey:
Aaaah. Summer is almost here.
Our wonderful farmers market has opened and I can sense the anticipation of the future harvests finding their way to my table. Continue Reading
Every few years the north state endures an abundance of caterpillars, especially around oak trees. Today I finally looked up their name: Malacosoma californicum, commonly known as the tent caterpillar.
Here in the country, I don’t mind snakes. And I’m intrigued by mountain lions, coyotes and even bear.
But these fuzzy caterpillars are driving me crazy.
I’m happy to introduce Victoria Bernet, a licenced occupational therapist who’s joined Food for Thought as a contributing writer. Each month she’ll share her passion and knowledge about topics related to her field of expertise. Join me in welcoming Victoria.… Continue Reading
Andy Green, the Redding Convention Center manager, is out of the office. Indefinitely. Where is he? Why did he leave? Will he return, and if so, when? Reached on his cell phone, Green confirmed he was on leave from his job. Green said he would… Continue Reading
Recall the last time you had horrible service at a restaurant. You probably found yourself wondering how the waitstaff could sustain themselves by treating their customers so poorly. Didn’t they want future business? Didn’t they want a big tip? Didn’t… Continue Reading