Eats

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…

Why Eat Local: Living Up To Our Farm-To-Fork Capitol’s Slogan

The American Dream once boasted Coca-Cola as an emblem of perfection. Post-World War II brought the creation of the Interstate Highway System along with the processed food industry—think Oscar Meyer and McDonald’s. TV dinners grasped consumers with gelatinous gravy atop a sort of mashed potato mound. And who remembers Tang?…

Temple Coffee Hosts Free Public Tastings • June 21 & June 28, 2019

During the month of June, Temple Coffee has treated us lucky coffee-lovers to fun and informative events at different coffee shops around the 916. Temple keeps the ball rolling on June 21 at the Temple S Street cafe in Sacramento, where visitors will learn about the effects coffee has on…

Stuff Your Face at the Second Annual Sac Fry Fest • May 11, 2019

Returning to Downtown Sac’s Roosevelt Park is Sac Fry Fest. Saturday, May 11, SactoMoFo invites you to experience delicious creations by local chefs showing-off their special culinary talents with America’s favorite potato styling. From savory to sweet and all of the above, there will be some type of fry for…