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Archive | March, 2011

Hand-Crafted Limoncello

Hand-Crafted Limoncello

Ripe lemons still abound in Davis encouraging the savvy gardener to plan ahead for those hot summer afternoons we know are coming.  One of my favorite times to enjoy a beer is as a signal to my brain that enough is enough and I should stop the madness of marathon gardening before I find myself […]

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Ginger Cookies

Ginger Cookies

I know gingerbread is always associated with the holiday season, but I love ginger and like to find excuses to eat it throughout the year. So when I was searching for inspiration, I combined a few recipe components, from Kim Boyce’s Good to the Grain and a recipe from 101cookbooks. These cookies are obviously not […]

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2011 Pence Gallery Garden Tour

2011 Pence Gallery Garden Tour

Mark your calendars: Sunday, May 1, from 12 – 5 pm, is the 20th Annual Pence Gallery Garden Tour, a fundraising event benefiting the Pence’s education and exhibit programs. This celebrated event will once again feature artistic gardens in Davis. This year guests are invited to view the glorious outdoor living environments of rural West […]

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Has the Flood Come to Pass?

Has the Flood Come to Pass?

Have you ever sat down and talked with someone elderly?  The ones that have had a long life and have experienced many different things?  They will always have a story and I’m sure they’d be more than willing to tell it to you as long as you’re willing to sit around and listen.  That’s the […]

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UCD & The NCAA Tournament

UCD & The NCAA Tournament

My name is Paulo Camacho, and this is Macho Sports. For most people, Monday, March 14 was probably another ordinary day – just another Monday in a long line of routine Mondays. For students at UC Davis, it was the last day of instruction, with Finals Week for the Winter quarter looming. But, for one […]

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St. Patrick's Day (not-so) Irish Ale

St. Patrick’s Day (not-so) Irish Ale

It is St. Patrick’s Day – that day where folks wear green, pinch you if you don’t, work on their fake Irish accents and drink green beer.  While originally the holiday was meant as a feast day to celebrate the story of grace coming to Ireland through St. Patrick, it is most widely known as […]

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