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Comment Archives: stories: Food & Drink

Re: “Check it out

Very disappointing. I am a big fan of the smoky Jura, and hoped for an equivalent balance. I find it to be too thin in the front, and too much stale smoke in the back. It is more like a thin reedy cigarette than a lovely mellow peat fire. It certainly is strong, but strong doesn't necessarily mean good. I will actually be pouring this out, which is always a tragedy.

ruou ngoai thanh nien

Posted by Hà Vạn Lý on 12/24/2018 at 12:13 AM

Re: “Ag history lives, thanks to the Wine History Project of SLO County

I believe Wilmer Tognazzini died a few years back, Wilmer wrote the 100 Years Ago column in the Telegram-Tribune? Or is this a relative? The County History Center first started this wine history project in the early 2000s.

Posted by SLOrat on 12/16/2018 at 8:09 PM

Re: “Ag history lives, thanks to the Wine History Project of SLO County

Looking forward to reading Libbie Agran's interviews with the decedents (deceased winemakers as mentioned previously). Presumably either she or the writer of this article, Hayley Thomas Cain, actually meant descendants. Spell check strikes again.

Posted by Susan Ridgway on 12/13/2018 at 6:14 PM

Re: “'Barrio soul food' at Rosalina heats up Santa Margarita

Just more way overpriced Mexican street food of any other So Cal location south of Ventura.

Some of you need to get out more often beyond SLO. Overpriced does NOT automatically mean good, while very good can be done for a third+ less than $15.00.

This hispanic knows from living in SO CAL, outside of SLO, for all but the last 2 years.

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Posted by M. Gonz on 12/01/2018 at 8:17 PM

Re: “He dreams of linguine

Italians aren't white

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Posted by matarbongo on 10/25/2018 at 1:06 PM

Re: “The little farm that could

It is important to preserve agriculture land, that is what is so great about SLO City Farm. Come and check it out. Work parties are on the second Saturday. We also have workshops on Nov. 3rd & 4th and Nov. 10th and 11th to learn the skill of natural building by building an African Mud Hut. Go to Facebook group "Permaculture in SLO County" to learn more.

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Posted by Teresa Lees on 10/18/2018 at 8:19 PM

Re: “Dream Big Darling brings women to fore of local wine and spirits industry

Corporate executive ladies meet boozy cat ladies, and why it's a good thing...
"what they want to be when they grow up" How about field hand, crush pad laborer, or forklift driver? Oh wait this is for aspiring upper class women (not working class men who don't deserve any recognition, just mandatory gender relations seminars)

Posted by avocado_toast on 10/10/2018 at 2:36 PM

Re: “Dream Big Darling brings women to fore of local wine and spirits industry

OMG when are women going to shut up and just do their jobs instead of needing this endless tirade of back pats for doing what men have done for centuries. HIGHLIGHTING THE FACT THAT YOU ARE WOMEN WHO ARE WORKING IS SEXIST AGAINST MEN WHO WORK CRAP JOBS AND NEVER COMPLAIN.Seriously ladies grow up and shut up.

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Posted by Concerned local on 10/10/2018 at 2:16 PM

Re: “Breaking Bread's toast bar is all about choice

Glenna Evans is amazing. Their breads are well worth traveling but they do bring their breads to some of our Farmer's Markets so check them out. I am so happy they will be doing a toast bar at their new place on South Higuera.
If you haven't already make sure you try their bread. You will not be disappointed. They use the finest quality ingredients.
As you can tell I am a big fan.

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Posted by a c on 08/23/2018 at 10:09 AM

Re: “Good to the bone: New Times searches for the best wings in SLO

Is there anything more satisfying than eating the wings off chickens? YES. Knowing that no one suffered and died for your selfish pleasure. Go out to Cal Poly and see how that supposedly good school treats the chickens there.

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Posted by Jenna Lovejoy on 06/08/2018 at 2:27 PM

Re: “Rolld, not churned: Thai rolled ice cream trend rolls into downtown SLO

Start working at home with Bitcoin!!!!!! Great work-from-home opportunity for anyone... Work for 3-8 hrs daily and profit from $5k-12k every month... Get paycheck at the end of every week... Check It out

Posted by leena gilson on 05/14/2018 at 2:07 PM

Re: “Gnome Hot Sauce is about flavor first

I love this stuff. My daughter & I are convinced that this sauce is the best. We pretty much put it in everything. Love that I can read and understand all the ingredients. Yum, yum

Posted by Alicia H. Culwell on 03/22/2018 at 7:20 AM

Re: “Two Broads Cider is SLO's newest (most modern) hard cider yet

Not only does Haley, leave you thirsty, breathless and even somewhat excited , ( as a great writer often dies) there is no doubt in MY mind that she speaks the truth about the gals @ 2BROADS CIDERWORKS!
I cant wait to get acquainted!
Welcome to the neighborhood Morgan & Maggie!

stace ( aka breeze)
Southwood Chalet @ Laurel

Posted by Stacy L Henderson on 03/09/2018 at 5:27 PM

Re: “Ocean-friendly eateries rethink the way we takeaway

It seem to me we would be wiser to change our personal habits so that waste of all kinds is properly disposed of rather than banning things that cause damage when tossed carelessly aside.
Before the government decided it could regulate personal behavior, TB was reduced by a program of education regarding spitting in the streets. You don't see many of us doing so today, do you?
Effective educational programs or simple awareness of a problem do more to change individual behavior than any ban.
Activists turn to businesses or government is it seems easier than beginning a massive public education program. They forget than many individuals are just as aware as they are regarding the pollution caused by careless disposal of trash.
gail lightfoot
Arroyo Grande

Posted by Gail Katherine Lightfoot on 02/11/2018 at 1:07 PM

Re: “Vino amore

The Rendarrio show never disappoints! And a Valentine Day proper event in Avila? I am totally interested!

Posted by Robin Disbrow on 02/01/2018 at 8:17 AM

Re: “Vino amore

Such fun events for the day love!

Posted by Liz Glamazon on 02/01/2018 at 7:14 AM

Re: “Surfin' USA

Isnt it open already?

Posted by Jim Junio on 01/25/2018 at 6:34 AM

Re: “Cluck yeah!

So glad to hear youve got the message on chickens! You need a chicken book, perhaps my How to Raise Chickens as a primer, or the Backyard Field Guide to Chickens, to enrich your understanding of breeds. You may want to go beyond chickens to other poultry with my How to Raise Poultry. Imagine if you will, the delight of ducks, the grandeur of geese, the treat of turkeys. The two How to Raise books are in the Future Farmers of America Livestock Series.…

Central Coast Feather Fanciers, the local poultry group, members raise chicks to the point of lay and sell them for $15 each as their annual fundraiser. They have Australorps, Ameraucanas, Wesummers, Red Sex Links, Gold Laced Wyandottes and a few Whiting True Blues chicks they are already raising for the March 3 sale at Templeton Feed. A great way to get healthy chickens and connect with the Central Coast chicken community.

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Posted by Christine Heinrichs on 01/11/2018 at 7:42 AM

Re: “You don't have to be a vegan to eat vegan!

This was probably relevant in 2010 or something. In 2017, being vegan is simple. If someone is complaining about how hard it is, there is something else going on there. Speaking as a vegan myself, its never been easier or less of an issue, and that trend is going to continue.

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Posted by David Gillanders Jr. on 12/28/2017 at 3:23 PM

Re: “You don't have to be a vegan to eat vegan!

Right up there with "I'm ok with Mexicans. Some of my close friends are Mexican."

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Posted by Maceo Trahan on 12/28/2017 at 12:27 PM

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