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Field to Fork – Fork to Fig; Making Fast Friends with Slow Food

As a foodie and occasional cooking teacher, I’ve judged countless cooking contests over the years. Cookies, candies, pies, Dutch-oven cooking, barbecue, lots of chili cook-offs, a local Iron Chef competition and scores of kids’ cooking contests, which means the children’s delicacies often tasted a lot like Palmolive (wash your… Continue Reading

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A News Cafe Rolls Out New Auto Section, Columnists, More Menus, an Upcoming Party and a Surprise …

It’s been a while since we sat down and chatted long enough for me to fill you in on what’s going on here at your favorite online news magazine.  For everyone at A News Cafe.com, it’s been a productive summer as our staff… Continue Reading

Redding Theatre Company’s Fifth Annual Masquerade Ball

An evening of mystery and entertainment awaits you at Redding Theatre Company’s Fifth Annual Masquerade Ball, Friday October 14, 6 – 10PM, at TBS Ranch, 8310 Maynard Rd., Palo Cedro. Join us for this special Halloween event and enjoy delicious… Continue Reading

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Moonstone’s a Leader in Whole Foods

Regularly changing a menu to reflect what’s seasonally fresh is a common custom in the restaurant business.

In the north state, however, precious few businesses utilize the practice.

For chef Che Stedman and his staff at Moonstone Bistro, using locally grown whole foods and shifting with the seasons is … Continue Reading

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Iron Chef Redding: Delicious Contest Infused Fun into Fundraising

It’s true that just one chef won the first Iron Chef Redding competition Saturday, but I hesitate to put it that way, lest it lead to the unfortunate conclusion that the remaining chefs were losers. Losers? Au contraire, my fellow foodies,… Continue Reading