Battle of the Wine Glasses

What kind of wine glasses does one need to enjoy their favorite bottle of fermented grape juice? The truth is, it only matters if it matters to you. But if you’ve taken the time to pick out a special wine, or even age one in […]

Tia Linda’s brings a twist to wine country

Since their launch in 2020, Tia Linda’s Margarita—a quick-growing, Lodi-based, and family-owned and operated business—has carved out a loyal following among local wine and beer enthusiasts and is ready to take summer by storm. Lodi native Meghan Hayward, along with brother Graham Christy and good […]

At Home Mag

Michael Midgley reimagines our favorite fast food staples

An ooey-gooey stack of crisp fries loaded with cheese and Thousand Island dressing; a double-patty burger layered with sauce, pickles, and an extra slice of bread in the middle? Sometimes a good fast food meal is just what we need to satisfy a not-so-healthy craving. […]

July is National Hot Dog Month

Hot Dog Melt Looking to celebrate this national holiday in style? Look no further than the Hot Dog Melt at The Creamery in Stockton. Made with a Genoa milk roll, a quarter-pound hot dog, two strips of bacon, and melted Jack cheese served over shredded […]

On the Town

Build-Your-Own Brunch Board

Brunch. It’s our favorite part of the weekend and the last hurrah before the work week hustle rears its head again. Whether you are gathering with family, brunching with girlfriends, or hosting a baby shower, we’ve got the details on how to shake things up! […]

Four mouthwatering appetizers to try

Sitting around a table of family and friends, sharing in delicious food and delightful conversation is a gift that most of us won’t be taking for granted any time soon. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up some of the tastiest tapas in town. So […]

DIY Poke Bowl

This authentically Hawaiian dish has made its way from the tropical islands of Hawaii to the mainland—and we are ALL about it! Poke is the quintessential summer supper. You don’t have to fire up the grill or heat up the stove, just slice up your […]

It’s white wine season

It’s a hard time of year for those red-only drinkers. As we head into hotter months when a glass of wine on the porch on a Sunday afternoon sounds delightful, we know sipping anything darker than a rose is going to be hard. And while […]

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