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MEALS ON WHEELS WANTS TO WISH ALL OF OUR FRIENDS HAPPY HOLIDAYS

MEALS ON WHEELS WANTS TO WISH ALL OF OUR FRIENDS HAPPY HOLIDAYS Serving Solano County Since 1977 Holidays are a time for family, food and togetherness. Unfortunately there are thousands of seniors right here in Solano County who are alone and hungry. Each senior that we serve

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Visit Morningsun Herb Farm

Looking for a local nursery and herb garden? Do you need some succulents or drought tolerant plants? Would you like to know which plants attract hummingbirds? Are you wondering when you should plant your herbs? Are you looking for new herbs to plant? Take a drive out

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Easter Brunch

Nothing better than a tasty quiche and a piece of delicious coffee cake to start off your Easter Brunch. Our tested recipes come to us from people who love to cook…and to eat. Quiche Lorraine 1/2 (14.1-ounce) package refrigerated piecrusts 1 pound bacon, cut into 1/2-inch pieces 1/4 cup green

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Save the Date: Solano Wine & Food Jubilee to Return to the Nut Tree in May

Save the Date: Solano Wine & Food Jubilee to Return to the Nut Tree in May    A nostalgic Vacaville amusement park, which closed its doors in 2009, is getting a new lease on life as it becomes the grand stage for the 30th annual Solano Wine &

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Chocolate Soufflés for Two

Chocolate Soufflés for Two

Chocolate Soufflés for Two Want to whip up a decedent dessert for Valentine’s Day? Love chocolate? You have to try this recipe. By Travels and Escapes Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Coat 2 ramekins with butter and sprinkle with 2 teaspoons cocoa. Place on baking sheet. Combine

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What Should I Buy… Champagne, Prosecco, or Cava?

With the holiday season fast approaching, you want to pick up some sparkling wine to have on hand or to give as gifts. What do you buy? For that matter, what’s the difference in any of the sparkling wines? Champagne: People often call any sparkling wine Champagne,

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Senior Isolation During the Holidays

About one in five seniors reports being isolated, said Dallas Jamison, a spokeswoman for the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging. Tens of millions of adults are chronically lonely, and a growing body of research has linked that isolation to disability, cognitive decline, and early death.

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PotsandPans.com Pop Up Store Open in Vacaville

Pots and Pans Pop Up Store by Wendy VanHatten If you haven’t visited the latest Pop Up Store at the Vacaville Outlets, you need to take a look. So, what is it? Meyer Corporation of Vallejo decided to offer their lines of quality cookware, kitchenware, cutlery, gadgets,

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Harvest Time in Northern California

Harvest, according to Webster, is the season when the crops are gathered from the fields or the activity of gathering crops. Here in northern California, we have a variety of harvest times, with some fruits and vegetables ready to be harvested throughout different times of the year.

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Riesling Wine…What’s Not to Like

Riesling Wine…What’s Not to Like by Wendy VanHatten If you think all Riesling wine is sweet…you haven’t tasted Riesling from the Finger Lakes region of New York or from Austria. As a grape, Riesling originated in Germany, where the highest concentration of plantings still exists. It is

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