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Neighboring Noshes: Kemen Ethiopian and Middle Eastern Restaurant

“If, like me, you’ve yet to sample Ethiopian cuisine, you’re missing out. The warm, almost sensuous flavors and spices entice the palate and coerce the brain to keep eating…”

Out of Bounds Craft Kitchen and Biergarten: In a League of Its Own

"The combination of Brie, sliced apples, walnut-fig jam, and balsamic reduction was possibly one of my top five favorite burger bites ever."

Seasonal Recipe and Beer Pairing: Creamy Cucumber and Dill Gazpacho with Pea Salsa and Sumac

This is my Swedish take on a Mediterranean classic. The Greek yogurt and avocado give it a wonderfully creamy texture in a light dish with a major focus on vegetables.

Neighboring Noshes: The Farm Table

“I was instantly wooed by my Osso Bucco. The Niman Ranch pork shank was fall-off-the-bone tender with a tomato-sherry sauce and sautéed greens atop the creamiest polenta I’ve yet to taste.”

Explore More: Your Passport to Adventure

Whether it's a road trip to a nearby wine region, an overseas journey to Japan, or a weekend away for some serious R&R, slipping away from your routine is never a bad idea. Dust off your suitcase and explore more this year…

Leading Ladies

Since Mother’s Day is right around the corner (May 13) we’ve put together a list of 10 Ways to Celebrate Mom— from local marathons and festivals, to brunches, movies, and more.

Best Food and Drink: As Voted by the Readers of Style Magazine

Our readers have voted and they have declared these to be some of the best restaurants/cafes/confectioners in and around Folsom and El Dorado Hills.

The Hot List: 6 Fiery Favorites

Seeking some spice in your own life? Whether you’re looking for piquant, pungent, or peppery, you’ll find it below. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Foodie Find: Bravo Coffee Bar

Hot or iced, customers can order their fresh-brewed joe with vanilla, chocolate, hazelnut, maple, or black walnut syrup—all made in-house.

Ciao Restaurant in Roseville

“If one should go to all of the expense and trouble to order an imported pasta maker from Italy, your pasta should be mind-blowing, and from my point of view, Ciao’s was bellissimo!”

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