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14 Favorite Whole Foods Market Recipes from 2014

14 Favorite Whole Foods Market Recipes from 2014

Kate Rowe

As a lover and avid reader of recipes and cookbooks, looking back over all the new recipes we created and served up this past year is a delicious treat. Here are 14 of my personal favorites from 2014.  

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CREAM Gourmet Ice Cream Sandwiches – Elk Grove Location Now Open

CREAM Gourmet Ice Cream Sandwiches – Elk Grove Location Now Open

A new CREAM has come to town! A fellow SacFoodie covered CREAM in Davis, so this new location opening gave me the perfect excuse to try it for myself and see how CREAM Elk Grove measured up!

When I first heard about CREAM and their gourmet ice cream sandwiches, I immediately skimmed through my mental rolodex of ice cream parlors and cookie shops. I just didn’t think the market – or my stomach – had room for yet another specialty dessert shop. How many ways can you re-do the ice cream sandwich? If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right?

Well, apparently it was broke – because CREAM has fixed it. I have been to a number of cookie sandwich shops before, but this was different... Read More

Use News10 promo code - Walking With Dinosaurs at Sleep Train Arena Jan. 1

Use News10 promo code - Walking With Dinosaurs at Sleep Train Arena Jan. 1

Looking for something to do with the family this holiday season?  You may remember when Ellen invited Noah Ritter, the Apparently Kid, to visit Walking with Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular this summer.

Click here to see the video.  It's well worth seeing and has been viewed more than 24 million times. 

Well, you can take the Apparently Kid in your family to Walking With Dinosaurs during the holidays when the twenty million dollar production visits Sacramento January 1-4 at Sleep Train Arena.

AND, if you''d like to go opening night (Jan. 1), you can get half price tickets by using promo code NEWS10.

Wishing you and your family a very happy holiday and New Year from News10 My Neigborhood!

 

 

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Fruit Tree Workshop Class January 10

Fruit Tree Workshop Class January 10

Calling all fruit tree and garden enthusiasts!  The Hanna and Herbert Bauer Memorial Community garden in Woodland will host a fruit tree workshop on Saturday, January 10, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  This outdoor class is free and open to all; no experience with fruit trees necessary.

This class, taught by a Yolo County master gardener who specializes in fruit trees, will help participants select bare root fruit trees for their home orchard.  Participants will also learn how to properly train and trim fruit trees during the winter dormant season to enhance growth and production in spring.  The class will take place in the garden orchard on the west side of the Bauer building at 137 N. Cottonwood Avenue in Woodland, and will include demonstration of various training and trimming techniques.   

UC Davis enrolls one of its strongest entering classes

UC Davis enrolls one of its strongest entering classes

The University of California, Davis, this fall enrolled a record number of students and one of its strongest undergraduate entering classes — including gains in academic quality, historically underrepresented minorities, global diversity and other measures.

The university, which ranks ninth among all U.S. public research universities according to U.S. News & World Report, enrolled 35,415 students from 104 countries; all 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia and four territories; and all but one of California's 58 counties... Read More

Free Holiday Recycling at the County Landfill

Free Holiday Recycling at the County Landfill

Free recycling of residential holiday trees (treecycling) is being offered at the Yolo County Central Landfill from December 26 through January 15, 2015.  Treecycling turns your holiday tree into a valuable renewable and recyclable resource.  

Trees are biodegradable and will eventually decompose to provide essential organic matter.  Trees to be recycled should be free of all ornaments, flocking, tinsel, garland and lights.  There is a limit of two trees per resident for free recycling.  

Old electronics, such as computers, TVs and monitors, and paper, plastics, cans and  bottles can also be recycled every day at the landfill, located at  44090 County Road 28H in Woodland.  By recycling your holiday tree, gift boxes, and bottles and cans from holiday celebrations, you will help reduce waste in our landfill and do your part in putting waste in the proper place!