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Tahoe City, CA
Sunday, December 17, 2017

The wonders of watermelon

Do you remember sitting outdoors on a hot August day with a big chunk of watermelon, the juices dripping down your forearms, spitting out...

Farm to Table celebrates summer’s bounty

By Jenn Sheridan  ·   Photos courtesy Squaw Valley  · Farm to table dinners have been growing in popularity and for good reason. It’s the perfect opportunity...

A Blizzard of Beers

Don’t settle for the same old mass-produced brew this winter. The microbrew movement is taking hold across the nation and Tahoe brewers have joined...

Dining Farm to Table

By Priya Hutner ·  Farm to table dinners have gained enormous popularity in the area and summer into fall there are many fabulous dinners to...

Summer pesto with a twist

When it comes to pesto, most people think of the fresh basil and garlic blended with olive oil, pine nuts and Parmesan cheese served...

Fast for hunger

Do you know that here in North Lake Tahoe and Truckee there are 3,000 residents living with food insecurity? Food insecurity is when you...

Bringing the farm to Tahoe · Susie Sutphin

By Priya Hutner Susie Sutphin working at the Tahoe Food Hub store at the base of Alpine Meadows Road. Farm Truck Thursday Sept. 24 | 4:30-8 p.m. | Food...
local honey

The buzz on local honey

As you walk by the McClaughry Farms honey booth at the Tahoe City farmers’ market, a sandwich board states: “16 oz. of honey requires...

Bounty of dandelions

Many homeowners generally frown upon the forsaken dandelion but this wildflower has a number of virtues. They are both edible and medicinal. Considered a...

Foraging for pine nuts

What do chipmunks, squirrels and humans have in common in the fall? We are all getting ready for winter and we have a mutual...