COULD HAVE WALKED AROUND OLD TOWN ALL DAY!
Ever heard of something fun, intended to go and never got around to it? That was me with Taste Of Temecula’s Perfect Pairing Tour. Being a former Meet Up organizer I often received notification of crazy-cool looking events they held. A “chance” encounter presented itself so I jumped at the opportunity to enjoy Old Towns
Sushi ‘n Sake Class Rolls Out the Fun by Rob Emmett
A gorgeous private estate surrounded by the Francois Roux Vineyard in Temecula Wine Country was the setting for the first installment of Taste of Temecula’s Sushi ‘n Sake Class with a great after party. Participants were treated to a first-rate sushi-making class supplemented by delicious sake and other beverages, and concluded with a delectable all-you-can-eat
What has changed in the concept of Community Supported Argriculture (CSA)?
“It’s all about customer service and giving back,” says Don Webber who runs the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Harvest2U, out of Temecula. “We’ve changed the concept of a regular CSA.” Don started Harvest2U about 14 months ago and re-invented the formula. He began with mostly pick-up locations where customers of a particular area would go
Does Buying High Quality Produce Actually Save Me Money?
Seriously? Let’s look at just a couple of factors that make buying local produce cost effective. Waste – Believe it or not, according to ethicalconsumerism.tribe.net, “the average family of 4 wastes 122 pounds of food per month”! (Actually, I have a hard time believing that myself). But, ask yourself how much of your produce
Why Should I Eat Local Produce?
To quote Slow Food USA, a non-profit organization educating the world on the benefits of eating healthy, local and organic, “Slow Food is an idea, a way of living and a way of eating. It is a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members around the world that links the pleasure of food with a
Tasting Two Whimsical Whites by Briar Rose Winery
By Tyler Worth, Columnist If you read last week’s Temecula Tuesday post, you may recognized the name Briar Rose. I try not to repeat the same winery too many times in my reviews but I was so taken with the Viognier I wrote about last week that I decided to visit the winery. I can
Temecula Hot Summer Nights
Article by: Marilyn Wrye-Tipps What a great place to be! This Friday July 9th, the City of Temecula kicks off it’s Hot Summer Nights program. The streets of Old Town will be filled with fun, games and music for the whole family. Baily’s Courtyard will play host to Aunt Kizzy’s Boyz . Hailing from San Diego, AKB will be ripping off
Trolley About Town
Want to tour the wine country, why not try something different? Article by: Marilyn Wrye-Tipps I am sure many of you have been out wine tasting in a Limo or a tour bus both of which are fun but, have you ever ridden in a trolley? Next time you want to go out wine tasting
The Mill Tasting
Wine tasting at the Mill Article by: Marilyn Wrye-Tipps What a beautiful day it was this past Saturday, low 80 degree temperature with a slight breeze some great food, nice wine and some live music. It was the kind of day that could make you say, I could just stay here forever. That’s the kind
The Maxx Taxi
By, Holly Roe It’s a beautiful day in Wine Country, the sun is bright and the air is crisp and cool. We are getting ready to go on a jeep tour with Maxx Taxi where owner and operator Jeff Gardner promises it will be a rare and spectacular experience. We begin our journey leaving from