A pita breakfast pizza is a wonderful way to start the day, but, of course, it can also be eaten for lunch, dinner or an afternoon snack!
When I drink, I choose quality, and I do appreciate a good, craft beer. The beer I discovered at Refuge Brewery in Temecula was fantastic!
The Wilson Creek Winery and Vineyards in Temecula Wine Country has it all! It would be easy to spend hours at this beautiful property and completely lose track of time.
Did you know that there is a Temecula speakeasy hiding behind an unassuming wall in Old Town Temecula? Now, you do! The Apparition Room is hiding in plain sight, which is just as was customary during the Prohibition era.
Fans of Chef Curtis Stone can now enjoy his food while cruising with Princess Cruises. I’m happy to say that Share by Curtis Stone is as wonderful as I imagined, and they even offer a vegetarian menu! It was pure pleasure to experience a 6 course meal at Share on board the Ruby Princess.
The buttery taste of ghee roasted sweet potatoes is absolutely delicious! And a touch of cinnamon is the perfect touch that enhances their natural sweetness without adding any sugar.
When I’m traveling and looking for food, I often do a search from my phone for ‘restaurants near me.’ Then, I check reviews and the menu. That’s how I found Doc B’s Chicago in the River North area.
The Taste of Solvang- Solvang was founded by a group of Danish Americans a little over a hundred years ago. These days the village is still clearly influenced by its Scandinavian roots, but the local foodie scene has expanded.
There is definitely something for everyone at Hugo’s Agoura Hills! They understand that there are a whole lot of people with dietary restrictions and they want everyone to be happy when they dine at the restaurant.
Paula’s Pancake House has been a popular Solvang breakfast spot for decades! They are famous for their American breakfasts, Belgian waffles and, of course, Danish pancakes.
Have you heard about kernza? This relative of wild wheat is being developed as a grain that will be good for us and, also, good for our agricultural industry.