Eats

Upgrade Your Outdoor Cooking Game

The scent of our camp-cooked dinner wafts into neighboring campsites as whispers of positive affirmations arise. “Mmmm, do you smell that?” Strangers become friendly and ask, “what’s for dinner?” with a hint of jealousy in their voice. Eating healthy, delicious food in the outdoors is not only a soul-thriving necessity,…

Learn How to Pickle Vegetables at This Hands-On Class • July 28, 2019

Ever wanted to learn the ins and outs of pickling your own veggies? Here’s your chance! Join local instructor Leanna Halldorf—who has won multiple first-place awards at the California State Fair for her pickled okra, green beans and asparagus—at the Sierra 2 Center’s Garden Room on Sunday, July 28 for…

Classics Done Right • Hagen’s: The Home of the OG Orange Freeze

There are many ways to beat the summer heat in the Sacramento area these days. However, only a few can capture the nostalgia of a timeless era like Hagen’s: The Original Orange Freeze. Located on the corner of Walnut and El Camino avenues in Carmichael, Orange Freezes have been flowing…

20th Annual Marysville Peach Festival • July 19–20, 2019

The great rock band The Presidents of the United States of America once sang, “Movin’ to the country, gonna eat a lot of peaches.” Boy would they have sure loved the Marysville Peach Festival! The 20th annual event celebrating all things peaches is happening Friday, July 19 and Saturday, July…