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Whether you have an affinity for ales or you go gaga for grapes, let this issue be a cheerful reminder of how amazing our area is for all the above. Starting on page 35, contributor Luna Anona presents “Your Guide to the Region’s Best Beer and Wine,” featuring a roundup of new (and soon-to-open) tasting rooms along with some of the original places that first put us on the map, trends to take note of, labels we love, fun facts you probably don’t know, and much more. Alcohol aside, this month also marks the start of back to school. To that end, we have 10 safety tips for keeping kiddos safe (pg 16), a special addition to our Swag section highlighting must-have products to survive the school year in style (page 32), And for those extra busy evenings you’re too tuckered out to cook a family-friendly meal Flip to page 54 for our favorite kids’ menus.

Whether you have an affinity for ales or you go gaga for grapes, let this issue be a cheerful reminder of how amazing our area is for all the above. Starting on page 35, contributor Luna Anona presents “Your Guide to the Region’s Best Beer and Wine,” featuring a roundup of new (and soon-to-open) tasting rooms along with some of the original places that first put us on the map, trends to take note of, labels we love, fun facts you probably don’t know, and much more.
Alcohol aside, this month also marks the start of back to school. To that end, we have 10 safety tips for keeping kiddos safe (pg 16), a special addition to our Swag section highlighting must-have products to survive the school year in style (page 32), And for those extra busy evenings you’re too tuckered out to cook a family-friendly meal Flip to page 54 for our favorite kids’ menus.

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AUGUST 2018

R O S E V I L L E G R A N I T E B A Y R O C K L I N

8 Online

11 What’s Up

14 Local Matters

18 Calendar

20 Outtakes

30 Home Design

32 Swag

64 Introducing

66 Last Look

departments

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GET TO KNOW

Brock Strauch

THE ARTS

Zoran Peshich

HEALTH & WELLNESS

16 Holistic

Beauty Tips

CAUSE & EFFECT

Auburn Hip Hop

Congress

SPECIAL

ADVERTISING

SECTIONS

feature

YOUR GUIDE

TO THE

REGION’S

BEST

BEER AND

WINE

50

eat & drink

50

DINING SPOTLIGHT

Tang’s Sushi

52 NEIGHBORING

NOSHES

// Angel’s Kitchen

// Thai Rice

53

FOODIE FIND

Rolie Polie’s

Creamworks

Hops Grapes

46

&

54

35

12

THE HOT LIST

6 Best Kids’

Menus

56 TASTE

Seasonal

Recipe and

Beer

Pairing

SIP ON

THIS

Wine

Steals

SAVINGS

GUIDE

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Two years ago, I purchased a 32-

page, locally printed “brewery

passport” and it hasn’t left my purse

since. Started by Sacramento

Beer Frontier, it allows holders to

collect custom stamps at each

of our region’s 65 (and counting)

breweries, in addition to fun swag like a pint

glass, bottle opener, and—when your journey’s

complete—a tailor-made map of your sip

excursion.

As a (self-proclaimed) craft beer buff, it’s

not only forced my husband and me to explore

more breweries and styles of suds being crafted

here but taken us to towns we’d typically zoom

right past. When weekends allow, we’ll tie in a

tasting with another fun activity—from a hike

in Auburn followed by stamps at Crooked Lane,

Moonraker, and Knee Deep; to kayaking on Lake

Natoma with post-paddle pints at Fort Rock and

Claimstake. And though we’re getting close to

completing our adventure, it seems like new

establishments are opening every weekend.

Whether you, like me, have an affinity for

ales or you go gaga for grapes, let this issue be

a cheerful reminder of how

amazing our area is for all

“Beer, if drunk in

the above. Starting on page moderation, softens

35, contributor Luna Anona the temper, cheers

presents “Your Guide to the spirit, and

the Region’s Best Beer and

promotes health.”—

Wine,” featuring a roundup

Thomas Jefferson

of new (and soon-to-open)

tasting rooms along with some of the original

places that first put us on the map, trends to take

note of, labels we love, fun facts you probably

don’t know, and much more. It’s proof that you

don’t need to go to Napa for a weekend of wine

tasting or down to San Diego to sample awardwinning

IPAs. Everything you’re thirsty for,

minus the stuffy surrounds, is just a hop, skip,

and a jump away.

Alcohol aside, this month also marks the

start of back to school. To that end, we have 10

safety tips for keeping kiddos safe (page 16),

courtesy of Amitis Pourarian, owner of THE

STUDIO Martial Arts and Fitness, and a special

addition to our Swag section highlighting musthave

products to survive the school year in style

(page 32). And for those extra busy evenings

you’re too tuckered out to cook a family-friendly

meal? Fret not. Flip to page 54 for our favorite

kids’ menus, featuring dishes so delectable you

might be asking your server if adults can order

it too.

As always, we packed many more

buzzworthy articles in the pages that follow, so

pour yourself something to sip on and remember

to read responsibly. Cheers!

— Megan // megan@stylemg.com

Editor’s Letter photo by Christopher Lim.

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ON THE COVER: Hillenbrand Farmhaus Brewery, photo by Dante Fontana


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• Automated breast ultrasound

• Traditional screening mammography

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AUGUST 2018

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EDITOR IN CHIEF

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DEPUTY EDITOR

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EDITORIAL INTERNS

Annie Biederman, Ashleigh Gruenwald, Claire Haupt,

Alyssa Mielke

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Pam Allen, Luna Anona, Carol Arnold, Heather L. Becker,

Amber Foster, Kourtney Jason, Kerrie L. Kelly,

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Randall,

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What’s the last

interesting book

you read?

“Does the Noise in My Head Bother

You?: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Memoir

by Steven Tyler. I’ve always

been fascinated with the

emotional ups and downs of

rock stars and entertainment

professionals and love

hearing it from the source—

raw and unfiltered.”

—Gary Zsigo

“Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson.

Sanderson, in my humble opinion,

is one of the best fantasy novel

writers since Tolkien, and I

would highly recommend his

books to anyone looking for

fantastical worlds crafted to

perfection and brought to life

with dynamic and interesting

characters.”—Raymond Burgess

“Killers of the Flower Moon: The

Osage Murders and the Birth

of the FBI by David Grann. It

reads like a novel but is the

true story of a not-so-shining

moment of America’s past

that most people don’t know

about.”—Debra Linn

“Miss Peregrine’s Home for

Peculiar Children. The author

of the series, Ransom Riggs,

goes to flea markets, collects

old photographs of random

people, and then makes

a story out of them. How

creative is that?!”

—Annie Biederman

“I just read Put Your Game

Together: Ethical Management

in Youth Sports and Business

by my close friend Donnie

Howell. It’s a great read for

parents of children playing

sports about how ethical

practices in business and life

correlate to youth sports.”

—Lorn Randall

“A friend loaned me The

Hideaway by Lauren K.

Denton, which is about a

granddaughter who inherits

her grandmother’s old B&B

in Sweet Water, Alabama. I’d

definitely recommend it!”

—Cathy Carmichael

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CHEERS TO BEERS

Though the Sacramento region has a bevy

WEIDEL ON WHEELS

Some might say Lexus has hit a home run with its

latest offering, a stunning sports coupe that offers

plenty of performance. Check out the 2018 Lexus LC

500 in this month’s in-depth review by Jeffrey Weidel.

SNACK ATTACK

Take your little one’s lunch to

the next level this year with

“7 Back-to-School Snacks”

we love. Each kid-tested,

grab-and-go offering is

nutritious, delicious, and

available

at area

retailers. Click

now to read all

about it.

SHELF LIFE

Get your monthly fix of

Sharon Penny’s then-and-now

take on albums, books, and

DVDs; look no further…just

click.

of craft breweries, in honor of International

Beer Day on August 5, we decided to find

sip-worthy suds from other cities. Head

to the web to read about “5 Buzzworthy

We‘re pretty social.

Connect with us!

Brews from Around the World”—including

a single fermented Belgian golden ale

from Duvel in Puurs, Belgium, and an

arctic pale ale from Einstök Beer in

Akureyri, Iceland.

Picture Perfect

Attention budding photographers! Send

us a photo of anything that represents

“Where We Live”—a local park, body of

water, sunrise or sunset, brewery, local

dish you love, etc.—and tell us why, in 20

words or less, this photo says it all. Our

favorite pics will appear in an upcoming

issue; each month’s featured photographer

will also win a gift card to a local

business. Send your submissions to

info@stylemg.com. Ready, set, SNAP!

DON’T GET CROSS WITH ME

For all you wordsmiths and puzzle

fanatics, don’t miss this month’s

Word Play clues and answers to “High

Spirits.” Journey to the web and follow

the clues…

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Photo courtesy of its respective company or organization.

Are you ready to make a change for the better with your

health? Lean Up is a life-changing fitness, wellness, and

weight loss program for people who have struggled to

achieve a healthier lifestyle—and it’s free! The program

begins September 10 at Johnson Ranch Racquet Club, but is limited to

225 participants. To learn more and apply (deadline is August 31), visit

leanup.net...Applications for the annual S.P.R.O.W.T. (Supporting and

Promoting Real Opportunities for Women to Thrive) Scholarship—

which was developed by Christa Clark, MD, FACS, of Granite Bay

Cosmetic Surgery to help support and empower women in California

who are following a non-traditional educational path as they pursue

higher education—are currently open. Through August 31, all nontraditional,

female students who live and plan to attend school in

California are welcome to apply for the $2,500 scholarship. For more

info and to apply, visit granitebaycosmetic.com/sprowt-scholarshipsubmission...The

State of California and Placer County recognized

Del Oro High School couseling secretary Donna Silva as a Classified

Employee of the Year. Silva, a Loomis native, graduated from Del Oro

and has worked there for 23 years, where she has been described as

the glue that keeps the counseling department together. Congrats!...

Calling all artists! Blue Line Arts is looking for submissions by talented

creatives in its Feature Foyer and Art Bra exhibits. For more info and

submission guidelines on both shows, visit bluelinearts.org/call-toartists...Congrats

to Rohan Sharma, a student at Whitney High School,

who placed second at the American Association of University Women

2018 Speech Trek California State Contest for his inspirational speech

on “How Can We Stand Up to Sexism?” For his efforts, Sharma was

awarded $1,000...Exciting news for William Jessup University’s

baseball program! Not only did their record-breaking 41-win season

bring the team to the NAIA Open Rounds, but the Los Angeles Dodgers

drafted Jessup student Andrew Shaps...Congrats to Pola Kalchenko, a

custodian at Penryn Elementary, who was named Classified Employee

of the Year for Maintenance, Operations, and Facilities. Kalchenko

has worked at the school for 15 years, takes great pride in her work,

and cares for the students greatly...The Sierra College Robotics Club

competed in two categories at the world’s largest robotic competition,

RoboGames, in Pleasanton earlier this spring and won second place in

the firefighting event. Congrats to the team and TSI Semiconductors,

the club’s sponsor...Roseville’s newest school will be named Riego

Creek Elementary and accommodate 800 students with a music room

on a 10-acre site. Though still in the planning and approval phase,

the institution could be completed as early as 2022. The school will

serve transitional kindergarten through fifth grade students living

in the Fiddyment Farm neighborhood...The Sacramento region’s

Big Day of Giving (BDOG) in May ended up raising $7.4 million for

charitable causes in El Dorado, Placer, and Sacramento Counties.

Mark your calendars (and checkbooks!) for next year’s BDOG on

May 2...The California State Fair recognized Wild Groves of

Newcastle for the coveted Best of Show EVOO Award. The

fourth generation, family-run business sells only the best

olive oil from its local farm...Congrats to Brayden Johnk

of Granite Bay who received a prestigious scholarship

from Youth on Course—a nonprofit that provides youth

with access to life-changing opportunities through golf.

Johnk is attending Colorado School of Mines and majoring in

environmental engineering this fall...That’s all for now, but check

back next month for Style’s Cool Companies feature! —Alyssa Mielke

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get to know

Brock Strauch

Q &A

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN

YOU GROW UP?

An oceanographer.

WHAT COMES TO YOU NATURALLY?

Sports, helping others, and being

kind.

BIGGEST LIFE INSPIRATIONS?

My parents.

WHAT ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF?

How well my dog does tricks.

BEST WORDS OF WISDOM YOU’VE

RECEIVED?

Treat others the way you want to

be treated.

It all started with a few stuffed

bears. Last year, nine-year-old

Brock Strauch became something

of a Build-A-Bear Workshop

aficionado. He would beg his

parents to take him to the mall,

so he could create another of the

shop’s custom stuffed animals.

But then, one day, Brock saw a commercial for

Shriners Children’s Hospital on TV and realized

that those kids, unlike himself, couldn’t just go

to the mall and build their own bear. “It made

me really sad,” he recalls.

To his parents’ surprise, Brock began

donating his creations to the hospital. And it

didn’t stop there. The next thing they knew, their

son was collecting donations, so he could build

even more bears with the pie-in-the-sky goal of

making sure every child at Shriners had a bear of

their very own.

At one point, Brock had up to 50 bears in his

parents’ room and has now donated over 100

bears to the hospital (to donate, visit gofundme.

com/buildabears-for-shriners). A few friends have

joined him in his mission as well. They hope to

someday bring the bear-making service to the

hospital so the children there can assemble the

bears themselves. “I just want the kids to be happy

and have a good childhood,” Brock insists, and his

mom, Brenda, couldn’t be prouder. “He has a huge

heart,” she shares. “He made me think that we

should be doing a lot more for our community. If

he can do it, we can do it, too.”

—Amber Foster

favorites

Escape

Hawaii

Guilty pleasure

Watching Star Wars

Meal in town

Chando’s Tacos

Favorite memory

When we got our dog Ares

Musician/band

Ed Sheeran

Annual event

My birthday

Saying

“I am your father!”

Do you know someone in the

community who makes a difference

or is particularly interesting that we

should Get to Know? Email their name,

where they live, and why they should be

featured to megan@stylemg.com.

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local matters

Roseville Parks and Recreation

Make the Grade by PAM ALLEN

Ready or not, the start of the school year is coming.

Need a place for your little one to go before or after the school day? Adventure Club—

located on Dry Creek Joint Elementary and Roseville City School

District locations—provides a fun, safe, and caring environment for

elementary school-aged children. Activities are designed to meet

SEASON’S EATINGS: PlacerGROWN by CAROL ARNOLD

SWEET PEPPERS

DID YOU KNOW? // The dried spice

commonly known as paprika is

typically made from ripened and dried peppers, which are ground into powder form.

Paprika's flavor depends on the particular pepper or combination of peppers from which it’s

ground. While dried bell peppers are often used as the sole or main ingredient, sometimes

other varieties are used, including pimientos.

NUTRITION // Bell peppers are the most commonly seen sweet peppers

and come in a rainbow of flavors and colors—depending on time of

harvesting and degree of ripening—including green, red, orange,

yellow, and even purple, pink, blue, aqua, violet, maroon, white, black,

or brown. The colors don’t taste the same, nor do they have the same

nutritional value, however. Most peppers start out green and change colors as they mature;

green bell peppers, for example, change to yellow or orange before reaching their most

ripened color of red. The longer they stay on the vine, the sweeter they get and the more

nutritional value they have. Red peppers have a shorter shelf life in comparison to green

because they’re the most ripened when purchased, but they top the charts in lutein and

beta-carotene. With that said, all bell peppers are low

in calories, high in vitamins A, B6, and C, and a good

source of folate.

SELECTION AND STORAGE // Choose peppers with

deep, vivid colors and taut skin that are free from

soft spots, blemishes, and darkened areas. Peppers

should be heavy for their size, reflecting their thick,

well-formed, and well-hydrated walls. Unwashed bell

peppers stored in your refrigerator’s vegetable compartment will keep about

7-10 days.

a child's social,

physical, and

intellectual needs.

What’s more, it’s

a great place to make new friends. In

addition to before- and after-school

care, programs are offered on nonschool

days too.

Younger kids looking to expand their

social and learning skills can check out

the city’s preschool programs. Available

at 18 locations, there’s even a “My First

Preschool” option for children who aren’t quite ready for preschool but would benefit from

an introduction to a structured learning environment.

Basque-Style

“Piperade” with

Kalamata Olive

Bread and Feta

For more

information, call

916-772-PLAY or

visit roseville.ca.us/

adventureclub.

For details on where

to buy Placer County

farm-fresh produce,

wine, meat, and

local products, visit

placergrown.org.

FOR THE RECIPE TO MAKE BASQUE-STYLE “PIPERADE” WITH KALAMATA

OLIVE BREAD AND FETA, VISIT STYLERGBR.COM.

CATCH ALL

Lean Up

Let's face it—exercising and eating right can be

hard, but if you're looking for motivation, the

opportunity to adapt a healthier lifestyle is

here. Lean Up, a community outreach program

put on by Spare Time Clubs, chooses over

200 local applicants to receive an eight-week

wellness program for free. "It’s a combination

of fitness and wellness training and guidance

in state-of-the art facilities with an abundance

of professional coaching," explains Gavin

Russo, director of sales and marketing for

Spare Time Clubs. Applicants are asked a

series of questions designed to determine

their current health levels and reasons for

why previous attempts at a healthier lifestyle

didn't work. Those chosen are expected

to commit at least six hours per week by

attending boot camp and Motivate, Educate,

Eat (MEE) meetings—both of which take

place in a supportive, positive environment.

"Many [past participants] have lost significant

amounts of weight. Others have been able to

eliminate or reduce diabetes or high blood

pressure medications. And still others are

able to climb stairs or play with their kids or

grandkids for the first time in many years. Each

person has their own compelling reasons for

wanting to join the Lean Up program," says

Russo. Previous participant Jacqueline states

that "Lean Up is not only about working out,

but it's a program that encourages you to take

control of your life. The instructors' enthusiasm

is contagious and their passion for all of us

to succeed is powerful.” Applications are

accepted through August 31 with the eightweek

program beginning September 10. —

Emily Peter

For more information and to apply,

visit leanup.net.

Roseville Parks and Rec photo courtesy of Roseville Parks and Rec. PlacerGROWN photo courtesy of Courtney McDonald of Four Tines Farm. Catch All photo © istockphoto.com/ monkeybusinessimages.

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As a pro athlete,

HEALING QUICKLY IS VERY IMPORTANT.

When I developed partial rotator

cuff tears in both shoulders, I was

referred to Dr. Brandon Beamer

for treatment. Through the use of

platelet rich plasma injection—using

my own blood platelets—I healed

quickly and naturally. I was back to

light workouts in two weeks.

– SARA MCMANN

Professional mixed martial artist and wrestling

silver medalist, 2004 Olympics

Whether you’re an athlete with an injury or if

you suffer from chronic pain, use your own

body’s mechanisms to heal itself. Platelet Rich

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local matters

Back-to-School Safety Tips

As school gets underway again, it’s a prime time for parents to go over some safety protocol with their little ones.

Follow these quick-and-easy tips to help kiddos stay safe.

The 10 Spot by AMITIS POURARIAN

1

Don’t put your child's name

on clothing, backpacks, lunch

boxes, etc. where it's easily

visible to others. Instead, put their

name on the inside, so the article can be

identified but a stranger can’t approach

your child and use their name as a way to

create familiarity.

2

Have a password between you

and your child that no one

knows. In the event someone

other than yourself needs to pick them

up, the person must say that password;

otherwise, your child should not go.

3

If your child walks home and

has a cell phone, advise them

not to be engulfed in it. They

should be paying attention to their

surroundings, people, and cars

approaching them.

4

Whether your kiddo walks to

school or plays at a

playground, predators often

attempt to lure their prey. Make sure

your child knows they shouldn’t talk

with, or even help, a stranger. If

someone they don’t know asks for help,

teach them not to approach and instead

get an adult to help them.

5

Teach your kids the

difference between a secret

and a surprise. Make sure they

know to tell you if someone tells them a

secret.

6

Encourage your child to

communicate with you

regularly, so in the event of an

incident involving something like a

stranger approaching them, they know

to tell you.

ASK THE Expert

WHAT ARE SOME SECRETS TO BAKING MOIST CUPCAKES?

One factor that contributes to a

cupcake’s dryness is how much the

batter is mixed. If you mix it too long,

the consistency changes and will

cause the finished product to become

dry and dense. When mixing the dry

and wet ingredients, you want to mix

the batter until all the ingredients are just incorporated and no

further, even though it can be tempting. Also, a lot of people think

cupcakes need to be refrigerated, but that’s a myth, as it’ll cause

the cake to dry out and become dense.

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name.

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Confirm your child knows a

parent's cell phone number

(including area code) and full

Predators typically prefer their

prey to be compliant, so teach

your child to kick, punch, and

scream in the event they’re grabbed.

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If your child rides their bike to

school, teach them to latch

onto it if someone attempts

to abduct them; it’ll make it that much

harder for the offender to take them.

10

If your child is approached by

a car while they’re walking,

teach them to walk away

from the car (opposite direction the car

is traveling).

Amitis Pourarian is a seventh-degree

black belt and owner of THE STUDIO

Martial Arts and Fitness in Roseville. For

more child safety tips and to sign up for

a workshop or self-defense class, visit

trainatthestudio.com.

Sammy Schnetz, Marketing Director // Icing on the Cupcake

// 6839 Lonetree Boulevard, Rocklin // 916-303-4333,

icingonthecupcake.com

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Rocklin Parks

and Recreation

Hot August Nights

by ONELLY OLIVAS-PEREZ

Summer continues to heat up with these exciting programs

and events. Mark your calendar for the following.

AUGUST 3

GATHER: MOVIE IN THE PARK

Gather with family and friends at Twin Oaks Park for great food,

artisan vendors, kids’ crafts, and more. Beginning at dusk (around 8:30

p.m.), Coco will play on the big screen. rocklin.ca.us/gather

AUGUST 11

CONCERT AT QUARRY PARK

Double platinum rock band Foghat is playing their signature hits

like “Slow Ride” and “I Just Wanna Make Love to You” at Platinum

Living Amphitheater at Quarry Park. Gates open at 6 p.m. foghat.

eventbrite.com

AUGUST 26

WOOFSTOCK

This annual festival at Johnson-

Springview Park from 8 a.m. to 1

p.m. is full of groovy activities like

wiener dog races, art projects, a dog

obstacle course, costume parade,

dog-themed vendors, food trucks,

and more. Admission is free and

proceeds benefit local canine rescue

groups and RRUFF Dog Park. rocklin.

ca.us/woofstock2018

ONGOING

SPORTS PROGRAMS

Keep the kids active before they go back to school with various

programs, including a Jr. Sports Academy (ages 4-6) from August

7-11 where youngsters build hand-eye coordination and motor skills

while playing games like flag football, capture the flag, baseball,

soccer, and more; and All Sorts of Sports (grades K-8) from August

7-11 where youngsters are introduced to the world of sports,

teamwork, and athletics. teamsideline.com/rocklinrecsports

NEW TO

THE COMMUNITY

Ciao!

1410 East Roseville Parkway • Roseville

916-782-0404 • www.ciaoroseville.com

Mon-Thur 11am-9pm; Fri-Sat 11am-10pm; Sun 11am-8pm

New in Roseville, Ciao offers fine food with an Italian accent in a

stylish and inviting setting. Join us every Thursday for Italian aperitivo

with complimentary appetizers. Relax, dine, and sip a glass of wine

from the extensive wine list in the dining room, the cozy lounge,

at the beautiful custom bar, or in the large patio area - perfect for

a summer evening. Ciao offers a private dining room for larger

functions, reunions or business gatherings.

Ciao is now serving Sunday brunch!

Wine pairing tours coming soon!

The Roseville Historical Society &

Blacktop Comedy

presents

Tragedy On The Transcontinental

Photo courtesy of Rocklin Parks and Recreation.

THROUGH OCTOBER 15

ROCKLIN WATER SPRAYGROUNDS

Stay cool by playing in the spray! Water spraygrounds are located

at Kathy Lund Park and Whitney Park; both are open from 10 a.m. to

7:30 p.m., seven days a week.

SAVE THE DATE!

OCTOBER 6

ROCKLIN MINI MAKER FAIRE

Head to Sierra College for the “greatest show (and tell) on Earth”—a

gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and

who love sharing what they can do. From engineers and artists to

scientists and crafters, it’s a place for "makers" of all ages and abilities

to showcase their hobbies, experiments, and projects. Apply today to

showcase your work. rocklin.makerfaire.com

Stay up to date on these activities and others by following the City of Rocklin

on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @rocklinparksrec. For more information,

visit rocklin.ca.us/events.

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Saturday, October 13, 6-10pm

A Wild Wild West Murder Mystery Event!

1860’S ROSEVILLE, THE TRAIN IS COMING TO TOWN!

Join us at the Sierra View Country Club for a

great bbq-style dinner, and an evening of fun, old

west fashion, frivolity and friends!

Come dressed and ready for a Wild Wild West evening!

-Costumes Strongly Encouraged!

ticket Reservations being taken now!

info: carnegie@surewest.net, 916-773-3003


calendar

AUGUST

August is National Sandwich Month

by ALYSSA MIELKE

Notable

Happenings

3 INTERNATIONAL BEER DAY

13 NATIONAL LEFT-HANDER'S DAY

31 NATIONAL EAT OUTSIDE DAY

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AUBURN CO-OP. This community event is filled with family-friendly

pop-up activities, the best coffee and wine in Placer County, live

music, and local artists selling their wares. Lincoln Way, Washington Street,

and Sacramento Street are all electric with excitement from 5-9 p.m.

oldtownauburnca.com/events/auburn-co-op

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AUBURN GOLD PAN

UKULELE FESTIVAL.

Catch Aldrine Guerrero, Dani Joy

Trio, and Peewee Ukulele Orchestra

in concert at the State Theater in

Auburn at 7 p.m. on August 10. The

following day, strum along at one

of many workshops in the Canyon

View Community Center beginning

at 9 a.m., or attend the free 5:30 p.m.

jamboree session at Recreation Park.

Vendors with all the latest ukulele

paraphernalia will also be present;

lunch is provided with registration.

auburnrec.com/events_ukulelefestival.php

(ALSO 11)

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3

CFA CHAMPIONSHIP

CAT SHOW. More than

175 pedigreed “fancy felines” from

around the country will "purrade"

their charms vying to earn Top Cat

status at the 2018 annual CFA Cat

Show, sponsored by Poppy State Cat

Club. The show also has kittens for

sale and vendors selling cat-themed

merchandise. Doors are open from

10 a.m. until 4 p.m. @the Grounds.

cfa.org/shows/showschedule/

showcalendar/20180811poppystate.

aspx

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COUNTRY BEER AND WINE

ROUNDUP FUNDRAISER.

This special evening of food, beer,

and wine helps fund the ninth

annual Feed My Starving Children

MobilePack. Attendees can expect

Fox40’s Paul Robins as the emcee

GATHER: MOVIE IN THE PARK. Relish the warm summer nights

as you enjoy great food, music, and a screening of Coco at Twin

Oaks Park beginning at 5 p.m. (movie starts at dusk). Admission is free.

gathernights.com/attend

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WOOFSTOCK. The City of Rocklin is hosting this free event at

Johnson-Springview Park from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. to raise money for

local canine rescues, as well as the RRUFF Dog Park. Activities throughout

the day include wiener dog races, art projects, a dog obstacle course,

costume parade, dog-themed vendors, entertainment, food trucks, and

more. rocklin.ca.us/woofstock2018

and auctioneer and live music by Big

Trouble. The fun goes from 6-9:30

p.m. at Randy Peters Catering and

Event Center. sacfmscmobilepack.org

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WALK FOR WISHES. Join

the Make-A-Wish Foundation

and help grant wishes to children in

our community with life-threatening

medical conditions at this morning

walk with friends, family, and coworkers.

Meet at the California State

Capitol before the walk starts at 9 a.m.

necannv.wish.org

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FRIDAY NIGHT MARKET.

Celebrate summertime

with friends, neighbors, and the

community at Westfield Galleria on

the promenade near Ruth’s Chris

Steak House. Fresh produce, lively

fun for the whole family, and tastes of

local wines and beers are all available

from 6-9 p.m. Entry is free, and a

$10 ticket for the wine and beer bar

benefits Foods for Families. westfield.

com/galleriaatroseville/events/allevents/night-markets/47874

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RACE FOR THE ARTS.

Don’t miss this one-ofa-kind

5K run/walk and kids’ fun

run at Sacramento's William Land

Park featuring a free art festival

and benefitting Placer Arts, Rocklin

Academy Music Program, Roseville

Arts Center, Granite Bay High School

Emerald Brigade Boosters, Roseville

Theatre Arts Academy, and other

local nonprofits. The walk starts at 8

a.m. raceforthearts.com

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GOOD DOG-DIRTY

DOG 5K WALK AND 10K

RUN. Walkers, runners, and dogs

are welcome to participate in this

event organized by TBF Racing at

Folsom Lake’s Granite Beach. Human

participants will receive a finisher’s

medal and the canines

get dog tags. The

Good Dog 5K Walk

starts at 8 a.m.,

and the Dirty

Dog 10K Run

starts at 8:05 a.m.

totalbodyfitness.

com

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THE SAGA OF SWEET

HANNAH SUE. Suspense,

melodrama, and laughter await

audiences at Roseville Theatre

Arts Academy. Watch as Hannah

and Jones’ wedding preparation

is interrupted when the lactoseintolerant

pirates wander through

and the heroes get glued to their

horses and make a surprise discovery

about their villain, Salty Sam.

Show times are at 7 p.m. both days.

rosevilletheatreartsacademy.com

(ALSO 3)

3

AN EVENING AT THE GOLDEN

CANARY LOUNGE. Enjoy a

magical evening celebrating when jazz

became civilized, sophisticated, and

popular at the Blue Goose Event Center

at 5 p.m. Attendees can expect live

music by Peter Petty, Dana Moret, and

the Auburn Symphony Little Big Band

and a catered dinner from Real Food

Catering using farm-to-fork produce.

Proceeds benefit the Arts Council

of Placer County’s Community Arts

Grants. placerarts.org/gala

3

FIRST FRIDAY STREET FAIR.

From 6-9 p.m. at the Fountains

at Roseville, families can enjoy a

car show, costumed characters,

artisans and crafters, a kids’ zone,

make-and-take activities, and more.

fountainsatroseville.com/play

4

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES.

Sing, dance, and rock out

every Saturday starting at 8 p.m.

at the Fountains at Roseville. This

month’s lineup includes National

Lines (alternative), Two on Tuesday

(rock/country), Beatles Flashback

(Beatles tribute), and Keep on

Truckin’ (Woodstock tribute).

fountainsatroseville.com/play

(ALSO 11, 18, & 25)

10

FAMILY CAMPOUT. Enjoy an

exciting overnight adventure

in Fairytale Town’s storybook park.

Activities include a scavenger hunt,

arts and crafts, theater show, bedtime

stories, and a continental breakfast

under a canopy of trees. Festivities

begin at 5:30 p.m. and continue

until 7 a.m. the following morning.

fairytaletown.org

(THROUGH 11)

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FRIDAY FLICKS. Bring

blankets, lawn chairs,

and family and friends for a free

screening of Jumanji: Welcome to

the Jungle at Vernon Street Town

Square. The movie starts at 7:30

p.m. or sunset (whichever is later)

and is rated PG-13. roseville.ca.us/

residents/city_events

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CONCERTS ON THE

SQUARE. Journey Revisited

is taking guests back to the ’80s with

the best Journey renditions in the

state at Vernon Street Town Square.

The free show starts at 7:30 p.m.

and gates open at 6:30 p.m. Grab a

spot and enjoy food truck fare and

the beer garden. roseville.ca.us/

residents/city_events

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CURBY’S WASTE-A-

PALOOZA. Families can

learn about where waste goes with

a sewer crawl and talk with Curby,

the recycling robot, from 10 a.m. to 2

p.m. at Roseville’s Utility Exploration

Center. Participate in a quiz show, the

FOG (Fats, Oils, and Grease) Buster

Relay, a build-it activity, and compete

in a game room. roseville.ca.us/

residents/city_events

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TALES AND ALES

BREWFEST. Fairytale Town

is celebrating its 59th anniversary

with an all-ages fundraiser featuring

unlimited beer tastings, food trucks,

and live music on the Mother Goose

Stage. Kids will enjoy complimentary

root beer floats and hands-on

activities in Mr. McGregor’s Garden.

Proceeds support Fairytale Town’s

education programs and park

improvements. fairytaletown.org

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THE GRATEFUL DOG

RESCUE RUN/WALK. Take

your dogs with you on this 8 a.m.

run or walk starting at Johnson-

Springview Park. Proceeds benefit

Healing Heroes, which provides

service, therapy, and emotional

support dogs for the disabled

community with an emphasis on

veterans. thegratefuldogrescuerun.

com

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SAVE THE DATE!

SEPTEMBER

TEE UP FOR TREVOR.

Support the Trevor Wildberger

Foundation—which provides

much-needed money to help fund

pediatric cancer research—at its

fourth annual golf tournament

at Whitney Oaks Golf Club.

trevorwildbergerfoundation.org

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HOT CHILI AND COOL

CARS. Rocklin’s beloved

annual event is back for its

25th anniversary celebration in

Downtown Rocklin’s Quarry District

from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The classic car

contest features local automobiles,

in addition to a chili cook-off, a free

concert, and more. facebook.com/

hotchilicoolcars

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outtakes

LINCOLN WINE FEST

April 28 // Downtown Lincoln

Over 600 enthusiastic beer and wine lovers filled Downtown Lincoln for this unique sip and shop event sponsored by Lincoln Rotary Club. Attendees enjoyed

tastings from various Placer County wineries and craft breweries and small bite appetizers from the surrounding shops and restaurants.

Photos courtesy of THE DOWNTOWN LINCOLN ASSOCIATION

OPEN HOUSE

May 19 // Fire Station 24, Rocklin

1 2 4

At this fourth annual open

house hosted by the Rocklin Fire

Department, firefighters served

over 300 pancake breakfasts while

teaching Hands-Only CPR to more

than 100 guests and taking children

through the “Firefighter Combat

Challenge.” Proceeds raised from the

breakfast, along with donations from

Randy Peters Catering and Dutch Bros.

Coffee, totaled $2,000 and supported

youth sports programs in Rocklin.

1 Rocklin Fire Captain Chad Vert 2 Firefighter

Heath Taylor with a future firefighter 3 Rocklin

Fire Captain AJ Vidaurri teaches a child Hands-

Only CPR 4 Rocklin Fire Captain Tom Borghelli

and Firefighter Jesse Beland

Photos by MICAH GABRIELLE PHOTOGRAPHY

3

TOMMY APOSTOLOS DINNER

AND DANCE BENEFIT

April 21 // Roseville Sports Center

Nearly 450 community members

enjoyed an evening full of

delectable food, signature drinks,

classic Greek desserts, a raffle

and silent auction, live music,

and dancing. Over $55,000

was raised to help deserving

Roseville children shop for warm

winter clothing and essentials

though the nonprofit’s Holiday

Shopping Spree coming up on

December 1.

1 Tommy Christy and Roseville Vice Mayor

Bonnie Gore 2 Yalda Mohammadi, Lillie

Apostolos, and Gail Baker 3 Rob Baquera,

Devon Ball, and Kat Maudru 4 Carol Garcia,

Hallie Romero, and Rev. Chris Flesoras

5 Roseville Mayor Susan Rohan with Alisa

Fong 6 Warren T. Eich Middle School Band

1

2

Photos by TODD OLSON OF IOP SCHOOL

PHOTOGRAPHY

3 4 5 6

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WOOF WINE AND DINE

May 11 // Vernon Street Town Square, Roseville

Nearly 600 dog lovers across Placer County brought their four-legged

friends to this annual event where they enjoyed samples from over

40 of the region’s tastiest food, beer, and wine purveyors; in addition

to partaking in a basket raffle and wine toss games; and perusing pet

treat vendor booths. All proceeds benefited Placer SPCA, the county’s

largest and most comprehensive animal welfare organization.

Photos by JIMMY GORITZ AND BRANDON BEIRSTEKER

VINTAGE MARKETPLACE

May 26 // Sierra College, Rocklin

More than 550 people perused and purchased vintage treasures

to adorn their homes and gardens with at this third annual

event. All proceeds supported the Sierra College Patrons of the

Arts, a philanthropic group that provides grants to the college’s

arts and humanities departments as well as awards to individual

students.

1 Maureen Spell and Carole Kane 2 Sandi Warren and Dotty Brown 3 Gerda

Imgrund and Tina Siler 4 Barbara Battenberg and Nancy Kelley 5 Julie Stringham

and Christy Brower

Photos courtesy of SIERRA COLLEGE PATRONS

1

2

USTA NATIONAL TENNIS RANKING TOURNAMENT

May 19-21 // Johnson Ranch Racquet Club, Roseville

Over 135 of the country’s top competitors from 12 states competed in this USTA ranking

tournament hosted by Placer Valley Tourism and Spare Time Clubs. Admission was free for

spectators with refreshments available for purchase onsite.

1 Alexander Chang 2 Esther Vyrlan 3 Martina Marica 4 Carol Kim, Cris Bacharach, and Chrys Atkinson 5 Maria,

Martina, and Florin Marcia 6 Mason Nguyen with Aadarsh Tripathi 7 Jennifer and Lucy Schemeil

Photos by CHRYS ATKINSON

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2

3

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5 7

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the arts

Zoran

Peshich

Out of This World by HEATHER L. BECKER

Award-winning, multi-medium artist Zoran

Peschich creates imaginative landscapes and

surreal works of space and fantasy using

acrylics and oils, along with his ceramic sculptures

and photography. Born in former Yugoslavia, he

emigrated to Britain as a young boy, where he studied

art and honed his unique style. “[After establishing]

a well-defined idea of what I want to create, I pick

the medium and technique that I feel will bring out

the statement or message, always [being] mindful

not to hinder the thing I want to communicate,”

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shares Peshich. “The technique should always be secondary, in my

opinion, unless one is creating conceptual art.” Peshich’s work has

been included in several local exhibits this year, including Blue Line

Arts’ Art Bra and Hell on Wheels—with a third show, British Invasion,

slated for November—and

Sparrow Gallery’s Artists

from Alpha.

HLB: WHAT ABOUT SPACE AND FANTASY

COMPELS YOU?

ZP: Space is always good for the mind; it gives you

room to move about and project your [thoughts].

Time is an important factor, too, because it makes

you start and finish things. I wanted to invoke

this space in the viewer, so stars,

planets, galaxies, and nebulas were

a perfect fit. Fantasy in the UK means

surrealism, imagination, and the realm

of the impossible.

(Top to bottom) Castle

Rigg. Northumberland,

Hero, Time and Space,

The World According

to Moncrapo, The End

of Liberty, The Missing

Link, Dusk III

HLB: WHAT HAVE BEEN SIGNIFICANT

MOMENTS WITH YOUR WORK?

ZP: Walking among the destruction and

marked and unmarked unexploded

ordinance and seeing the faces of

the people in Beirut—just after the

end of the 1975-1990 Civil War—was

life-changing. After, I went to the

mountains behind the city and saw

a beautiful town below me—even in

its destruction. I decided I would tell a

different human story. This is why some

[of my] work is “political” in nature,

with some satire thrown in (due to my

British upbringing and education).

artbeat

August 17-26 – Shrek

the Musical. Stand Out

Talent presents this

fun-filled community

show that’s based

on the movie of the

same name. The story,

music, costumes, and

makeup are sure to

dazzle audiences of all

ages. Show times vary.

standouttalent.org

HLB: HOW DO YOU HANDLE SETBACKS?

ZP: There’s so much negativity and chaos happening in the world

right now and there’s much to communicate about the wrongs;

so, when needed, I blast either classical or rock music or go out in

nature and take photographs. When all else fails, I garden!

HLB: WHY IS ART SO VITAL TO THE WORLD?

ZP: Art is the ultimate human expression. It rips

through philosophy, since the aesthetic

mind deals in creation, so you get a

tantalizing idea that art is the highest form of thought.

HLB: WHAT CHALLENGES DO YOU FACE AS A PROFESSIONAL?

ZP: It’s a balance between survival and the need to continue

one’s life passion. Sometimes the need to survive overtakes

true artistic search and experiment, resulting in

mediocrity. Yet, a lot of success comes from knowing

the right people and luck. Art is an imponderable—the

very nature of thought. Brilliant work gets ignored and

weird rubbish gets rave reviews. It’s a package deal,

so one has to navigate all these falsehoods. zoranpeshich.artistwebsites.com

artwork images courtesy of ZORAN PESHICH

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health & wellness

Hello Glow

16 Holistic

Beauty Tips

by KOURTNEY JASON

What exactly is holistic beauty? Depending who you ask, the definition

differs. According to Melissa Rascon, owner of NorCal Natural

Beauty Salon and Organic Spray Tanning in Folsom, [it's] the science

of life and a “practical system based on the belief that optimal health

is achieved when your mind, body, and spirit are aligned with the

universe.” For Penny Chabot, owner of Scarlet Halo Holistics in Placerville, holistic beauty

is about taking care of your physical body outwardly while also going within to tend to

your non-physical being. “You know when you see someone beaming [with life] and they

just emit a certain beauty you can actually feel? That’s the type of beauty that catches

my attention,” she says. “Though everyone’s body is different and needs different things

to flourish, there are certain ways to boost your beauty in a healthy, vibrant way.” Here,

three local experts share their top tips.

YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT

“So often we forget that our skin is

1

literally the largest organ in our body.

It’s a beautiful, intricate system that has a

million jobs, including filtering out toxins.

Whatever is happening internally will

show externally. Adding healthy fats, like

avocado and almonds, will help deliver

vitamin E and give you that healthy glow,”

says Haley Judge, a licensed esthetician,

owner of Rosewater Holistic Skin Studio

in Placerville, and creator of Rosarium

Organic Skin Care.

2

“Probiotic supplements and foods,

like fermented veggies and yogurt, are

needed to add healthy bacteria in your gut,

[which] is crucial to having gorgeous skin,

hair, and nails,” Judge says.

3

According to Chabot, “Vitamin C is the

best overall anti-aging ingredient. Put

in on topically, ingest it through nutrition, or

even take a supplement! Just get it in and on

your body.”

4

“Water, water, water! Almost everyone is

chronically dehydrated. Drinking eight

glasses of water [every day] will give you a

beautiful complexion and make a myriad of

issues vanish,” Judge shares.

5

“[Cut back on] sugar. Refined sugar

inflames the skin and is a leading cause

of wrinkles and acne. Simply removing it

from your diet will lead to vibrant skin,” Judge

says.

6

“Herbal tea is a ‘super drink,’ due to

its ability to flush toxins out. White tip

oolong and jasmine tea make the skin glow

from within, visibly reducing unevenness

and dullness,” Rascon says.

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SMART SKIN CARE

“If there’s no flow, there’s no glow. Science

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is finally recognizing the important role

the lymphatic system plays in our wellness

and beauty. Incorporating simple massage

techniques and tools into your daily routine

and monthly facials is a game changer.

[Both help] promote circulation, flush out

toxins, and lift and tone the skin. With that,

don’t be afraid to massage your face! Using

tools like a jade roller, gua sha board, and dry

brushing are other ways to help support this

important system,” Judge says.

“Turmeric reduces inflammation and a little

bit goes a long way. [To incorporate it into

your routine], wash your face and hands to remove

impurities and any makeup; then, in a small bowl or

jar, mix 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder, 1/2 teaspoon

organic apple cider vinegar, 1 tablespoon organic raw

local honey, 1/2 teaspoon milk or yogurt, and 1 drop

lemon essential oil or fresh lemon juice. Try to get a consistency that will stick to your face; be

careful not to make it too thin as it may drip. Apply the mask (avoiding your eyes), let it sit for

15–20 minutes, and rinse with warm water. Apply twice a week for best results,” Rascon says.

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9

Judge says to, “Stop over-exfoliating!

It’s been a trend in recent years to

exfoliate with scrubs, acids, and peels on a

daily basis, but doing this compromises the

skin, leading to issues such as premature

aging. I suggest letting your esthetician do

a gentle exfoliation monthly and using a

washcloth for daily use.”

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“Switch to an organic oil cleanser. Using

soaps, fragrances, and chemicals on the

skin strips your healthy bacteria, creating an

imbalance that’s visible. Oil cleansing is an

ancient practice that’s making a comeback.

Even for those who are prone to acne or have

oily skin, it brings balance back to eradicate

these problems. But not all oils are created

equal! Jojoba oil is the most like our own

skin’s sebum and penetrates the deepest

without leaving a greasy sheen,” Judge says.

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“Honey is naturally antibacterial,

making it perfect for breakouts; full of

antioxidants to help slow down signs of

aging; and incredibly moisturizing. Apply it as

a spot treatment to breakouts or dry patches,

or use it as a whole face mask (apply a thin

layer in small circles to damp skin, let it soak

for 20-30 minutes, and rinse),” Judge advises.

12

According to Rascon, “It takes eight

seconds for a beauty product to get

into the bloodstream, so check labels. The app

Think Dirty is user-friendly and helpful when

you’re not sure of a product’s toxicity level;

just scan the bar code on the app to learn

about potential toxic ingredients.”

FIND PEACE OF MIND

13

“Have a morning ritual. Immediately

after waking up and before taking a

shower, drink lemon water to lower blood

pressure and balance pH. I also suggest

beginning your morning with a mantra:

‘Today I will choose happiness,’ or ‘I am

thankful for everything I have,’” Rascon

shares.

14

“Address your stress! See where it's

coming from and make an effort to

find a less stressful way of life. Getting enough

sleep and exercise helps. Additionally, find

time for reflection through yoga, meditation,

journaling, and with nature,” Chabot says.

15

“Take care of your emotional and

mental health. When we can find

ways to process and release toxic emotions

and thoughts, it allows our energy system

to flow in a way that brings us vitality and

immunity in a more radiant way,” Chabot

recommends.

16

Judge says, “Don’t be so hard on

yourself. We all have things we would

like to fix, but if you only focus on the

negatives, the stress will literally cause more

issues. Simplify your skin care routine and

give yourself a compliment the next time you

look in the mirror—you deserve it!”

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cause & effect

Top: Christian Couto, Taylor Couto, Josiah

Herrera, May Flower, Natalie Dawn, Chris

Owens, Wood Rowe Farguheson Jr, Kaleo

Ross, and J Ross; bottom: Joseph Torres,

Eddie Barraza, Cam Couto, Rocky Zapata,

and Natalie Zapata

Auburn

Hip Hop Congress

Cultivating a Creative Community

by JENNIFER RESNICKE // photos by DANTE FONTANA

Kaleo Ross and Natalie Dawn

Auburn Hip Hop Congress (AHHC) practically

defies explanation. Trying to pin down what

the nine-year-old chapter of the national

nonprofit does is a lot like trying to explain what

a community does. Locally, they host events,

facilitate workshops for teens and young adults,

and bring speakers and performing artists to

juvenile halls and schools.

Through youth programs and community outreach, they aim to foster

the creative energy of local youth, providing them with opportunities to

discover and pursue their passions and break down barriers of stigma

to build meaningful relationships. As their name implies, they do this

through the elements of hip hop: things like DJing, b-boying/b-girling

(breakdancing), graffiti art, emceeing, and knowledge of culture.

Early on, co-founders Natalie and Rocky Zapata found themselves

hosting rapping workshops in their living room and graffiti workshops

on the front porch. From those humble beginnings, the organization

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Natalie Dawn, Taylor Couto, Christian

Couto, Cam Couto, and May Flower

has grown to provide a staggering number of community resources.

On Mondays, they do enrichment, like storytelling and social

skills, at local elementary schools; on Tuesdays and Wednesdays,

they bring inspirational speakers and artists from all over the

world to Placer County’s Juvenile Detention Facility and Pathways

Charter’s iCARE program; and on Thursdays, they host a free writing

and debate class, where youth can practice various forms of writing

and learn how to have a civil discussion. Every fourth Friday is open

mic night, which welcomes performers of all ages and talents to the

stage at General Gomez Arts and Event Center.

“We had our youngest performer this last open mic. He was three

years old and told a joke on stage,” says J Ross Parrelli, AHHC artist

and teacher. “We also had a four-year-old sing ‘Girl on Fire.’ We have

duets being made on the spot with youth who just met.”

And that’s only their “usual” weekly lineup. Additionally, they’re

known for hosting well-attended community events throughout the

year, including the 34th annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration in

January and an Earth Day festival in April. Still to come are a Dia de

Los Muertos celebration and a Grammy-style “Give Thanks” award

ceremony to recognize educators, youth leaders, and community

members in November.

Through August 3, the organization is hosting an event called

“Growing Peace Camp,” which welcomes youth ages 5-18 and

includes workshops on mindfulness, a media arts program with

videography and editing for junior high school-aged children, and

job training and volunteer opportunities for high schoolers. Among

the highlights are a cooking class taught by Mason Partak (who was

on Food Network’s Chopped Junior) and bracelet making with Leah

Nelson of Becuz I Care (who went viral in 2016 for giving homemade

loom bracelets to strangers with a simple directive to pay it forward).

There are so many different aspects of what AHHC provides,

but the common thread is it’s all about serving the community,

building up youth, and creating safe spaces for them to explore

their creativity and artistry, ultimately becoming empowered to

express themselves.

“...[Since] its birth, hip hop has been uplifting the voices of the

people in our communities and bridging the gap between differing

generations and belief systems,” Natalie says. “New leaders are

born, communities grow more connected [and work] together, and

truth continues to be spoken into power. Change is possible.”

auburnhiphopcongress.strikingly.com

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home design

Couch

Potato

Sofa Styles for Every Space

7

TOP BUYING

TIPS

by KERRIE L. KELLY, FASID

When it comes to couches, trendy silhouettes come and go. If you stick

with the classics, however, you’ll have a timeless piece of furniture that lasts a

lifetime. Consider these five fan favorites and top designer tips when shopping

for your next sofa.

ENGLISH ROLL ARM

This inviting sofa is also referred to as a bridgewater. With soft arms and cushions, its tilted

back angle is embracing. Since it requires arm support for those seated to get up and out,

you’ll want to look for arms that are built into the frame versus being tacked on the outside

of it.

Sit on the arm, in the seat,

1

and lift up the cushions.

If you hear a creak or

notice considerable movement,

the frame is inferior.

Request eight-way

2

hand-tied or benchmade

frames. Kiln-dried

hardwood frames have been

stabilized and won’t warp over

time, so you can reupholster

with confidence or resell your

quality piece.

Inquire about your

3

cushions. We recommend

high-density foam

wrapped in a down and feather

blend so that cushions return

to their original shape but are

comfortable.

Most sofas come in a few

4

standard lengths. If

you’re looking for a

catnap and conversation, an

eight-foot version is ideal.

Should you be considering

a sofa shorter than six

5

feet, you may want to go

for two club chairs and an

ottoman instead.

Use painters’ tape to stake

6

out the location of your

new sofa. Measure door

frames, walkways, and other

clearances to be sure you can

move the sofa into the space.

7

If you have narrow doors

or stairs, look for models

with removable legs.

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This sofa style is formal yet remarkably comfortable. Typically

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chesterfield dons rolled arms (more modern versions tout straight

arm styles) that are the same height as the back. Often tufted, it

features a tight back and seats, so you’ll want to add a soft pillow

or two for those afternoon naps.

MID-CENTURY MODERN

This sofa style reminds us of Mad Men. Its high back and low

profile with squared arms and clean lines provides great back

support. Be sure to test this one out in person; although cushions

are typically overstuffed, the seat height often comes in too low

for client comfort.

TUXEDO

Stylish and sometimes slightly feminine, the tuxedo sofa is great

for small spaces. Boxy yet tailored, the back and arms are always

the same height and the cushions are typically firm. Be sure

yours doesn’t feature arms that are too high, as it’s often difficult

to find side tables that complement it.

CAMELBACK

This style is also referred to as a chippendale. With upright and

elegant features, thanks to curves and high arms, its back causes

those seated to sit up straight. You’ll want to pay close attention

to this particular sofa’s proportions, however—when the seat is

deep, the back can often seem too high.

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*No one under 21 permitted - ID’s Required! *No Refunds.

*A portion of the proceeds will go towards benefitting the City of Roseville’s At-Risk Youth Program

Join us for the official afterparty at:

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swag

Change Your Schedule, Change Your Life

by Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar, $26.99 at Serenity Spa

| Soul Yoga, 3984 Douglas Boulevard, Suite 150,

Roseville. 916-797-8550, serenityspaonline.com

Himalayan Salt Lamp, $40,

and Farmhouse Fresh Honey-

Magnolia Body Oil, $18, at

Salts, 6933 Douglas Boulevard,

Granite Bay. 916-899-

6610, getsalted.com

Eufora Hero for Men

Black Clay Shampoo, $27,

and Eufora Hero for Men

Exfoliating Treatment,

$29, at Vault Salon, 6661

Stanford Ranch Road, Suite

L, Rocklin. 916-259-1123,

thevaultsalon.com

Kérastase

Résistance

Bain

Extentioniste

Shampoo,

$41, and Kérastase Résistance Fondant

Extentioniste Conditioner, $43, at Atrium Salon

Spa, 6851 Douglas Boulevard, Granite Bay. 916-791-

8585, atriumsalonspa.com

Take Care 15

Among the Flowers

Salt Scrub, $18 per jar

at Bayabelle Boutique

(handmade locally

in Placerville), 100

Gateway Drive, Suite

110, Lincoln, 916-253-

9260, bayabelle.com

Tom’s of Maine Wild Lavender

Deodorant, $7.79 at Elliott’s

Fine Nutrition, 6671 Blue Oaks

Boulevard, Rocklin. 916-772-1898,

elliottsfinenutrition.com

5

by CLAIRE HAUPT

Too Cool for School

PRODUCTS

JanSport Backpack,

$45 at Mainland

Skate and Surf,

1151 Galleria

Boulevard, Roseville.

916-789-1343,

mainlandskateandsurf.

com

Rainbow Magic

Sequin Zip

Pouch, $9.99

at Learning

Express Toys,

2030 Douglas

Boulevard,

Roseville.

916-783-6310,

learningexpress.

com

Bixbee Owl

Pack Lunchbox,

$17.99 at Whole

Foods Market,

1001 Galleria

Boulevard,

Roseville,

916-781-5300,

wholefoodsmarket.

com

Buddha Teas CBD

Matcha Green

Tea, $19.99 at

Sunrise Natural

Foods, 1950

Douglas Boulevard, Roseville. 916-789-

8591, sunrisenaturalfoods.net

Pentel

Sparkle Pop

Metallic Gel

Pens, $22.95

at Paper

Source, 1198

Roseville

Parkway, Suite

150, Roseville.

916-789-1950,

papersource.

com

Cooper Farm Co. French Lavender

Bath Salt, $28, and Cooper Farm Co.

French Lavender Hand and Body

Lotion, $18, at Green Acres (handmade

locally in Loomis), 5436 Crossings Drive,

Rocklin. 916-824-1310, idiggreenacres.com

FEEL-GOOD FINDS

Texas

Instruments

TI-84 Plus CE

Color Graphing

Calculator,

$149.99 at Office

Depot, 1607

Douglas Boulevard,

Roseville. 916-783-

1954, officedepot.

com

by SABRINA GONZALEZ

Epionce Balancing

Toner, $27 at Urban

Aesthetics, 2110 Sunset

Boulevard, Suite 500,

Rocklin. 916-824-1133,

urbanaestheticsca.com

Jane Iredale Pure

and Simple Makeup

Kit, $33 at The

Almonte Center, 1420

Blue Oaks Boulevard,

Suite 100, Roseville.

916-771-2062,

dralmonte.com

Voluspa Prosecco Rose

Candle, $65 at Rosae

Flower Boutique, 5550

Douglas Boulevard, Suite

190, Granite Bay. 916-899-

6200, myrosae.com

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Stylish, Comfortable, Reliable, Functional

American Heritage

Modern with a touch of

antique inspiration.

Clean lines, simple shapes, and solid poplar

wood are elegantly highlighted against the

distressed finish and hammered hardware.

The combination of weathered materials and

clean design make the American Heritage

Collection a unique study in contrasts as well as

a welcome addition to any home office.

12125 Folsom Blvd.

Rancho Cordova

916-351-0227

www.naturwood.com

Mon – Fri 10am – 8pm

Sat 10am – 6pm

Sun 11am – 6pm


Reds, Whites,

& Brews

Your Guide to the Region’s

Best Beer and Wine

by Luna Anona

Photo © istockphoto.com/MarkWagonerProductions.

California knows how to party, and it’s probably because we

have the best booze in the country. From the hazy IPA craze

to rows of 50-year-old vines, here’s everything you need to

know about what—and where—you should be drinking.

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Spoiler Alert

9 Trends to Take Note Of

1

Get excited for

effervescence.

Styles of wines are constantly

changing, as well as the way

consumers perceive the different

types of varietals. For example,

when the movie Sideways was

released, consumers viewed

Merlot and Pinot Noir

completely differently than

they did before, and the wine

industry saw major changes

in the production of both of

those varietals. As far as the

newest trend, I’m noticing that

there are more sparkling wines

being produced, which was

previously few and far between.

As a bubbles lover, this makes

me really excited!” —Ashlee

Cuneo, General Manager

and Certified Sommelier,

Miraflores Winery, 2120

Four Springs Trail,

Placerville, 530-647-8505,

mirafloreswinery.com

2

Unique, warmweather

varietals are

about to heat up.

“Mediterranean varietals that

do well in warmer regions, such

as Tempranillo, Monastrell,

Verdejo, Albariño, Alvarinho,

Touriga Nacional, and Syrah

are making a big splash in the

region. Additionally, there are

some great Italian varietals

becoming popular, such as

Barbera, Sangiovese, and

the lesser-known Charbono.

Likewise, French varietals

that aren’t as well-known as

their Bordeaux cousins—such

as Malbec, Cabernet Franc,

Mourvèdre, and Grenache—are

also present here in the Sierra

Foothill region.”—Teena and

Craig Wilkins, Co-Owners,

Vina Castellano, 4590 Bell

Road, Auburn, 530-889-2855,

vinacastellano.com

3

Easy-drinking IPAs

are here, and you’re

going to love them.

(Yes, even you.)

“For more than a decade, the

style of choice in California

has been, and continues to be,

IPAs. We saw growth of New

England-style (hazy) IPAs, but

there are two other beers I

see garnering attention: brut

IPAs and India pale lagers—

beers you can load with hop

flavors but deliver on a lighter,

low-bodied base that makes

them easier to drink.” —Paul

Schilling, Co-Founder,

Crooked Lane Brewing

Company, 536 Grass Valley

Highway, Auburn, 530-878-

5232, crookedlanebrewing.

com

4

Brut IPAs are about

to make a sudsy

splash.

“Sour beers and hazy IPAs

have been popular for a while

now, but in the last few months,

something new has arisen: brut

IPAs. They’re brewed similar

to a traditional imperial IPA,

but an enzyme is used to dry

out the beer more than usual,

hence the name brut—it’s

like a very dry sparkling wine.

They have a big aroma like a

traditional IPA [with] a lighter

mouthfeel and a nice, dry,

easy finish. They’re incredibly

easy to drink and are bound

to bring non-IPA drinkers into

the loop.” —Lauren Zehnder,

General Manager, Mraz

Brewing Company, 2222

Francisco Drive, Suite 510, El

Dorado Hills, 916-934-0744,

mrazbrewingcompany.com

5

We’re going to

rosé all day

again this year.

“With warmer temperatures

upon us, rosé is hot! Pink wine

used to have a stigma after years

of sweet white Zinfandel, but

classic rosé—in a crisp, dry, and

refreshing style—is on everyone’s

minds and lips right now.”—Jody

Bogle, Owner and Director of Public

Relations, Bogle Vineyards, 37783 County Road

144, Clarksburg, 916-744-1092, boglewinery.com

We’re going to try

6 to drink more

beer but get

less drunk.

“There seems to be a push

toward more session-style beers

(4.5 percent ABV and under), like

pilsner and other light lagers, which

is exciting.”—Erik Schmid, Owner

and General Manager, Red Bus

Brewing Company, 802 Reading Street,

Suite A, Folsom, 916-467-7790, redbusbrew.com

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7

We’re also going to try to

drink more wine but get

less drunk.

“Winemakers are going back to producing

balanced wines that aren’t too fruity, too

oaky, or too alcoholic—the alcohol bomb

is out and producing approachable wines

is in.”—Jill Osur, President/Owner,

1850 Wine Cellars and Mediterranean

Vineyards, 3 Randolph Street, Sutter

Creek, 209-267-8114, goldlinebrands.

com/1850; 7449 Fairplay Road,

Somerset, 530-497-0175, facebook.com/

medivineyards.

8

Less (sulfites) is more.

“More winemakers [are producing bottles

with] lower levels of sulfites (the chemical

compound many people ‘think’ they’re

allergic to). For small producers whose

fruit quality is excellent, there’s rarely a

need to overdo the sulfur dioxide.” —

Zane Dobson, Vintner and Owner,

PaZa Estate Winery, 3357 Ayres

Holmes Road, Auburn, 916-834-0565,

pazawines.com

9

Natural and sustainable

practices are in—and

Merlot is cool again.

“One trend we’re really happy about is a

return to ‘natural’ wines. We have always

made our wines in this style—minimal

outside intervention, unfiltered, unfined,

and using sustainable practices. We also

anticipate a comeback for Merlot in the

near future.” —Emily Hays, Owner,

Chateau Davell Boutique Winery, 3020

Vista Tierra Drive, Camino, 530-644-

2016, chateaudavell.com

A SIP OF HISTORY

9 ORIGINAL TASTING ROOMS

Madrona photo by Lisa Jesse Photos. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

1

BOEGER WINERY

1709 Carson Road, Placerville,

530-622-8094, boegerwinery.

com

The first post-Prohibition winery

in the El Dorado American

Viticultural Area (AVA), this local

staple pioneered a lengthy list

of underdog varietals—including

Barbera, which has helped the

winery scoop up hundreds of

awards over the years. Today, the

bustling spot hosts first Sunday

bluegrass jams, yoga, and petfriendly

vineyard excursions.

2

com

SIERRA VISTA WINERY

4560 Cabernet Way, Placerville,

530-622-7221, sierravistawinery.

Early adopters of the rebirth of

mountain viticulture, owners

John and Barbara MacCready

bought land in 1972, planted some

grapevines, and never looked

back. A study revealed that the

climate closely mirrors France’s

northern Rhone Valley, which was

the determining factor in deciding

how to plant across the 28 acres

of mountain vineyards. All of the

wines, with the exception of the

Sauvignon Blanc, are estate grown.

3

MADROÑA VINEYARDS

2560 High Hill Road,

Camino, 530-644-5948,

madronavineyards.com

These estate wines exhibit the

best characteristics of Rhone and

Bordeaux varietals, thanks to

the ideal 3,000-foot mountain

elevation. Evolution and calculated

refining result in big beauties like

the 2017 Dry Riesling, a bright and

lush whirlpool of peaches and

apples, and the spicy and earthy

2015 Malbec. Complimentary

tastings of rotating selections take

place daily.

4

LAVA CAP WINERY

2221 Fruitridge Road, Placerville,

530-621-0175, lavacap.com

Named for the lingering volcanic

soil of million-year-old eruptions,

this winery has been dedicated to

producing estate-grown wines since 1986. Pack a picnic, pop in the tasting

room, and take your favorite bottle to the stunning gardens that overlook

the vineyards. Insider tip: Try the 2014 Syrah, bursting with deep blackberry

and blueberry notes and a gentle finish. The vineyard’s southwest-facing

slope grants the grapes a longer hang-time, yielding more depth and

intensity in the glass.

5

LAVA CAP WINERY

SCOTT HARVEY WINES

10861 Shenandoah Road, Plymouth, 209-245-3670, scottharveywines.com

Often credited with putting Amador County on the wine map, Scott

Harvey helped develop the crowd favorite Ménage à Trois wines. Following

his success, Scott decided to go out on his own, with the help of his wife,

wine industry pro Jana. If it’s your first foray into Scott Harvey, we suggest

treating yourself with the vineyard’s Zinfandel—it basically garners an award

every time the winery releases a new bottle.

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6

MT. VERNON WINERY

10850 Mt. Vernon Road, Auburn, 530-823-1111,

mtvernonwinery.com

The largest winery in Placer County, this

charm-filled destination boasts a gorgeous

tasting room in a restored 1950s milk house.

Buy a bottle to enjoy in the umbrellashrouded

picnic area, and don’t miss a photo

op with the lush vineyard and meticulously

maintained garden backdrop. Mt. Vernon also

has another focus: finding a cure for breast

cancer. When you purchase one of their

breast cancer research wines, 12.5 percent of

the proceeds are donated to the cause.

7

BONITATA BOUTIQUE WINE

291 Auburn Folsom Road, Auburn, 530-305-

0449, bonitataboutiquewine.com

A sweet slice of history, this winery lives inside

the Bernhard Museum, home of the original

Bernhard Winery founded in 1874. The

historic building functions as a natural wine

cellar: partially buried into the hillside with

stone walls that are two feet thick, creating

the ideal dark, cool environment. Hailed

for its estate grape, Zinfandel, the winery

also produces a variety of other red, white,

and sweet wines—including a deliciously

indulgent Syrah Port.

8

RIVER CITY BREWING COMPANY

6241 Fair Oaks Boulevard, Suite G,

Carmichael, 916-550-5093,

rivercitybrewing.net

The second

incarnation of

a long-standing

Sacramento

tradition, River

City migrated

to Carmichael

in 2015 after

nearly two

decades of being

a downtown watering hole—the oldest

brewpub in town. If you can’t choose from

the 16 taps, try the award-winning flagship

amber lager, Vienna, or straw-colored Cap

City IPA. Meanwhile, the kitchen blends

locally sourced ingredients with classic pub

grub picks, like French dip sandwiches and

pulled pork sliders, plus a few inventive wild

cards (Reuben rolls, anyone?). With $5 pints

and apps during happy hour, River City is

exactly what a brewpub should be.

9

RUHSTALLER BEER

726 K Street, Sacramento, 916-447-1881,

ruhstallerbeer.com

Captain Frank Ruhstaller, the leading brewer

in the Sacramento region during its hop

heyday in the late 1880s, is the namesake

behind the capital city’s first

premium craft brewery.

Of course, Prohibition

shut production down,

but in 2011, they made

their comeback. Priding

themselves on using

locally grown hops to

make bona fide Sac brews

like their flagship golden

lager, Gilt Edge, the brewery

also offers a hands-on hop school, plus a

recently opened basement tasting room in

Downtown Sacramento.

NEW IN

TOWN

13 Up-and-Coming

Wineries and Breweries

1

Dueling Dogs

Brewing Company

3030 Barrett Park Lane, Lincoln, 916-434-8141, duelingdogsbrewing.com

Made with hand-picked ingredients from their own orchards, vineyards, and hop fields, this

watering hole is pioneering a pasture-to-pint movement. More than just a brewery, Dueling

Dogs also serves up mead, cider, and something you probably can’t find at most spots: cyser,

which is a slightly sweet, super crisp fusion of the two. If you’re more of a traditionalist, fear

not: You’ll also find a pilsner, chocolate porter, mandarin wit, pale ale, and IPA on draft.

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3

Red Bus

Brewing Company

802 Reading Street, Suite A, Folsom,

916-467-7790, redbusbrew.com

It’s like a cozy clubhouse (think red leather

couches, foosball tables, and tic-tac-toe)

with an undeniably hip factor (a bright red

’68 Volkswagen bus), and it’s also the first

brewery to tap into the Folsom beer scene

since the 1880s. A labor of love for veteran

homebrewer Erik Schmid, the tap house

has offered traditional brews like Type III,

a pale ale, as well as more creative efforts,

like Dank Brut, a champagne-style IPA. One

notable thing about the clubhouse? There

are no secret passwords, or even secrets at

all. The recipes and production process are

an open book—just ask.

4

Ol’ Republic Brewery

11151 Trade Center Drive, Suite 104,

Rancho Cordova, 916-215-8702,

olrepublicbrewery.com

This Nevada City native offers a palate

cleanser to the region’s hop-heavy suds,

with a long list of easy-sipping lagers and

refreshing pilsners, in addition to the

usual IPA and stout offerings. Do your

taste buds a favor and join the Barrel Club

for a swig of “Project X,” a creative side

gig starring limited production brews that

usually flow straight to the bottle, like

Chocolypto, a chocolate oatmeal stout, or

Darkest Matter, a black scotch ale.

2

Photos by Dante Fontana.

Moksa Brewing

Company

5860 Pacific Street, Rocklin,

916-824-1366, moksabrewing.

com

Everything at Moksa is, frankly,

huge. There’s the 3,000-square-foot

space, which can accommodate up

to 120 hopheads on any given day.

Then there’s the beer list, which is

a perpetual rotation of 24 different

brews. Then, of course, there’s the

booze factor—expect 9.9 percent

triple IPAs, 17 percent barley wines,

and 10.4 percent imperial stouts.

You can bring your own grub but

check online first: Local food trucks

roll in most days.

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5

New Glory Eatery and Taproom

5540 Douglas Boulevard, Suite 140-150, Granite Bay.

916-451-9355, newglorybeer.com

A comprehensive lineup of nuanced IPAs with complex tasting notes and adventurous,

cheeky stouts including Plentiful Pastries, an American imperial stout brewed with

powdered maple sugar and maple donuts) are this brewery’s claim to fame. If the beer

itself isn’t enough to inspire you to build a shrine on your shelf, perhaps you’ll be swayed

by the funky and hypnotic cans, which are works of art in their own right. These hop

gurus are branching out from their Sacramento roots and bringing their craft to Granite

Bay, with a seasonal and locally sourced menu to boot.

6

Rucksack Cellars

3030 Carson Road, Placerville,

530-647-2113, rucksackcellars.com

Think of Rucksack Cellars as the spirit

of the Sierra Foothills swirled in a glass.

Rucksack’s sister winery, Madroña

Vineyards, produces 100 percent estate

wines (wine that is made from start to

finish at a winery’s property, including

grape sourcing), but Rucksack has sought

out to shop at neighboring vineyards to

create complex fruit expressions that only

this region can produce. Look for the Seco,

a rich and berry-forward wine that pairs

beautifully with spicy foods, or the Barbera

Rosé, a vibrant raspberry summer sipper.

Photos by Dante Fontana.

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Claude Chana photo courtesy of Hänsel und Gretel via wikimedia.org. E16

Winery and beer photo at Out of Bounds by Dante Fontana. Outside photo

at Out of Bounds by Angelo Edwards, @aneverlastingserendipity.

7

E16 Winery

8085 Perry Creek Road, Somerset, 530-620-6200, e16winery.com

Following in his winemaker grandfather’s footsteps, founder Robert Jones channels his

pride for the region into the bottle, showcasing his sustainable vineyard’s Pinot Noir

and Chardonnay. The 2014 Pinot Noir is bursting with lush, dark fruits and black cherry

notes, signature to Anderson Valley, while the Russian River Valley’s 2016 Chardonnay

is a silky daydream of pineapple, golden apple, honey, and spice. Visit the tasting room

or book a private cave tasting for a subterranean sipping experience.

8

Out of Bounds Craft

Kitchen and Biergarten

13407 Folsom Boulevard,

Folsom, 916-357-5250,

outofboundsbrewing.com/

folsom.html

This rustic-chic biergarten boasts

plush leather couches, a lengthy bar,

and a patio for spirited socializing.

Expect playful IPAs, unique blonde

ales, and seasonal stouts, plus

artisanal guest ciders. Tip: Grab a

table that’ll be big enough for all the

food you’ll want to order, because

Out of Bounds is one of the few

breweries with a full kitchen, offering

swanky spins on pub grub like mahimahi

tacos, towering BLTs topped

with salmon filets, and grilled brie.

MIND

BLOWN

7 FUN FACTS

1If not for the Gold Rush,

perhaps there wouldn’t

be California wine as we know

it today. European immigrants

with winemaking in their

blood came for the gold but

realized a shinier opportunity:

selling wine to homesick miners.

The first grapes in Placer County

were planted in 1848 by miner Claude Chana, a French

immigrant.

2The Sierra Foothills covers 2.6 million acres

and contains vines planted throughout eight

counties.

3The foothills housed more than 100 wineries

by the end of the 19th century, more than any

other region in California, but the decline of gold mining

and Prohibition put a cork in things until the late 1960s,

when a new generation of pioneers took over.

4The Bogle family was well-known in the ’50s

and ’60s for farming row

crops, predominantly corn. In

1968, Warren Bogle decided

to try something he wouldn’t

need to replant every year,

so he put in a few acres of

potatoes, all of which promptly

died. A consultant advised

Warren to plant wine grapes, so

he planted 10 acres of Petite Sirah and 10

acres of Chenin Blanc. It was good advice: 50 years

later, Bogle wines are sold in all 50 states and nearly

40 countries.

5Crooked Lane Brewing Company was originally

built in 1980 as a duplex movie theater, and

in the ’90s, it became a car dealership. Today, thirsty

patrons reminisce about how they had their first kiss in

the building—or bought their first car there!

6Beer was also a preferred libation during the

Gold Rush, of course, with Galena Brewery

opening in 1849, about 100 yards from Sutter’s Fort. The

first beers were brewed and sold for 25 cents a glass

(about $10 today).

7When Erik Schmid was creating Red Bus

Brewing Company, he bought its iconic red

bus—a ’68 Volkswagen—with the intention of using it to

shuttle customers from Sutter Street to the brewery and

back. The insurance company wasn’t too keen on the

liability, so now the bus is just the logo—and arguably

one of the best bar accessories in town.

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9

Black Vette Winery

4984 Bell Road, Auburn, 916-444-5338,

blackvettewinery.com

Named after the owner’s 1966 black Chevy Corvette that she’s

owned and coveted since ’81, Black Vette Vineyards’ first harvest

happened in 2017 with bottling taking place just last month.

The second harvest, slated for this fall, will include Petit Verdot,

Sangiovese, Montelpulciano, and Primitivo. Eager beavers will have

to be patient though: The winery’s tasting room and bottles won’t

be available till 2019.

10

Mount Saint Joseph Wines

(Vin Uva Tasting Room)

8629 Auburn Folsom Road, Granite Bay,

916-784-9463, mountsaintjosephwines.com

The idea for Mount Saint Joseph Wines—whose tasting room, Vin Uva,

opened last month—originated in January 2015 during a conversation

between nationally recognized Napa winemaker Peter Story and

Father Matthew Spencer of Saint Joseph Marello Catholic Church

(hence the winery’s moniker). Their goal was simple: beautify the

property of the Oblates of Saint Joseph—an order of priests who have

had their novitiate and seminary on the 20-acre grounds in Loomis

for almost 70 years—with vineyards and provide lease income to

support the Oblates seminary and youth service missions. Three

years later and they have a well-established wine club, 1,800 cases of

red and white varietals and blends (with much more on the way), and

a popular presence at numerous local restaurants.

Photos by Dante Fontana.

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Hillenbrand Farmhaus Brewery

5100 Virginiatown Road, Newcastle, 818-714-0078,

hillenbrandbrewery.com

This barn-turned-brewery offers a pastoral view to enjoy with

your pint. Seating for the lofty, wood-filled space overflows

outside, where you can sit by the pond or sprawl out at picnic

tables. Naturally, it’s a picturesque wedding venue and also

hosts offbeat events worth driving out of town for, like sushi

and beer pairings and comedy nights. A small but mighty

menu checks all the boxes: a fruity IPA (we recommend trying

it with the Dole Whip for a refreshing summer sipper), spicy

and citrusy saison, passionfruit sour, dessert-inspired stout,

and classic blonde ale.

DESIGN TIME

6 Labels We Love

Mraz Brewing Company

2222 Francisco Drive, Suite 510, El Dorado Hills, 916-

934-0744, mrazbrewingcompany.com

If Mraz has a signature style, it would best be

described as “fun.” Just like its sudsy content,

the artwork on every can is vastly different,

ranging from sassy puns to gothic vibes and

nostalgic cartoons to revived memes.

Chateau Davell Boutique

Winery

3020 Vista Tierra Drive, Camino, 530-644-2016,

chateaudavell.com

Chateau Davell’s first wine was named Charlotte,

a tribute to co-owners Emily and Eric Hays’

daughter. To go along with the name, Eric

painted her portrait. The pair loved

the idea of each wine being named

for someone close to them so much

that they continued with the theme.

Lone Buffalo Vineyards

7505 Wise Road, Auburn 530-823-1159, lonebuffalovineyards.com

As a nod to Native American culture, each label at Lone Buffalo includes a

unique symbol—just like the Natives used in their own artwork to express

ideas and emotions—from a thunderbird (messenger of the Gods) on their

2015 Thunder Beast Zinfandel to buffalo horns (success) on their 2015

Tatonka Tempranillo.

Hillenbrand photos by Dante Fontana. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

New Glory

Craft Brewery

8251 Alpine Avenue,

Sacramento, 916-451-

9355; 5540 Douglas Boulevard, Suite 140-150, Granite Bay.

916-451-9355, newglorybeer.com

Erica Lux, the wife of brewery owner Julien Lux, is the

designer behind most of New Glory’s lovely labels that are

oftentimes abstract and sometimes straightforward but

always colorful, eye-popping, and fun.

Popie Wines

3550 Taylor Road, Loomis, 916-768-7643,

popiewines.com

Auburn-based artist Jan Kapple Klein

is the talent behind Popie’s family-focused label,

which is inspired by the winemaker’s father, Richard

“Popie” Duarte, who farmed and grew grapes in

Napa Valley.

Loomis Basin Brewing

Company

3277 Swetzer Road, Loomis, 916-259-

2739, loomisbasinbrewing.com

The majority of Loomis Basin’s

labels, especially their flagship beers

like Vindicator IPA, are based off of

vintage fruit packaging labels from

around the area.

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Outbreak Brewing Company

640 Main Street, Placerville, 530-748-3258, outbreakbrewing.com

From home brewers Tim Daniel, Dustin Russell, and Kris Zabish come this no-frills brew

depot, outfitted with laid-back picnic tables and concrete floors. The small-batch brewery

focuses on bold and sassy ales, IPAs, and sours, plus house-made root beer for the kiddos

and designated drivers. Bring your chops on Thursdays for open mic, or if live music is

more of a spectator event for you, stop by to catch a local band.

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Element 79 Vineyards

7350 Fairplay Road, Somerset, 530-

479-0750, element79vineyards.

com

Hailing from North Dakota with farming

in their blood, owners Les and Sharon

Heinsen fell in love with El Dorado

County during their annual hunts for

the perfect Christmas tree. Years later,

they married their loves of wine and

rurality with Element 79, named as a

nod to the Gold Rush (gold is the 79th

element on the periodic table) and

their wedding year. Try the hard-tofind

Viognier, an aromatic and unique

white, and the 2013 Alloy, the winery’s

signature Zinfandel-based blend

at the tasting room—the rustic-chic

space offers stunning picture windows

of the scenic vineyard, as well as a

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summer & indulge in our annual Summer Pairings, offering

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vineyards. These lunches, prepared by incredible chefs such

as Adam Schulze from Sacramento’s top restaurant, Waterboy

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you will find this hidden gem, Distant Cellars Winery. The drive

down Ostrom Road is magnificent. Lined with old homestead

farms, one senses the rich history of this renowned Gold Rush

region. Inspired by the rich terroir, Distant Cellars produces

small lots of wines exhibiting the unique

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DINING SPOTLIGHT

Tang’s Sushi

Freshness You Can Taste by LORN RANDALL // photos by DANTE FONTANA

There’s no shortage of quality sushi houses

in and around the region. That being said,

finding one that makes you feel welcome

and comfortable narrows the field considerably.

Enter Tang’s Sushi. After receiving a warm

welcome from the namesake owner/head chef,

Tang, and his friendly, knowledgeable staff, I knew

this wasn’t your everyday eatery.

Tang opened his establishment several

months ago—in the same spot he previously

worked as the chef—so he knows the

neighborhood, the clientele, and a thing or two

about Japanese cuisine.

My party decided to start with the islandinspired

poke salad. When our server, Brandon,

asked if we liked mango, the table’s response was

a resounding “yes!” and so our appetizer arrived

with cucumbers, thinly cut white onions, fresh

tuna, and wonderfully bright mango dressed in

the chef’s special marinade. Despite being on the

mainland, each bite transported us a little closer

to paradise.

We followed with some additional small

plates—all of which came playfully yet beautifully

presented on a large wooden board embellished

NOT REALLY A ROLL, BUT RATHER A TRIANGLE OF SUSHI RICE

CROWNED WITH A LIP-SMACKING COMBINATION OF CRAB SALAD,

BIG CHUNKS OF BAKED LOBSTER, AVOCADO, AND A MEDLEY OF

SAUCES (UNAGI, MISO, AND BLACK PEPPER), PLUS A TEMPURA

CRUMB TOPPING, IT WAS THE SUSHI VERSION OF A LOBSTER ROLL

AND HIT ALL THE RIGHT FLAVOR NOTES.

with edible flowers. The Noricho—Chef Tang’s

take on nachos—was an instant hit, thanks to

a unique application of ingredients (spicy tuna

poke, tomatoes, and avocado atop chips made

from tempura-coated seaweed chips) that worked

in wondrous ways.

Blossom Balls

Cohabitating on our community plate was

another delicate and palate-pleasing offering:

Blossom Balls, featuring spicy crab salad enveloped

by a velvety slice of tuna or salmon

resting on a drizzle of caramel-hued

sauce. These were so good that every

time I reached for another, I felt as

though I’d get my hand slapped for

stealing.

Rounding out the presentation

was the Tang Lobster Special Roll. I didn’t know what to

expect, since it was a recommendation from Brandon (he

was spot-on so far—why question him?), but it exceeded

my expectations. Not really a roll, but rather a triangle of

sushi rice crowned with a lip-smacking combination of crab salad, big chunks of baked

lobster, avocado, and a medley of sauces (unagi, miso, and black pepper), plus a tempura

crumb topping, it was the sushi version of a lobster roll and hit all the right flavor notes.

We finished with something off the entrée menu: Japanese pasta with beef. Just as

the name implied, the dish boasted thick, al dente pasta bathed in a succulent sweet

soy sauce with tender slices of caramelized beef strips (chicken and vegetarian versions

are also offered) coupled with precision-cut carrots, zucchini, and broccoli.

With so many inventive eats and modern environs to boot, Tang’s has definitely

mastered the art of Japanese fare with flair.

Poke Salad

Tang Lobster Special Roll

Japanese Pasta

with Beef

HOURS: 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.,

5-9 p.m. (Monday-Friday);

5-9 p.m. (Saturday); closed

Sunday

TRY THIS: Blossom Balls,

Noricho, Half Shell Scallops,

Poke Salad, Japanese Pasta

Beef, Fish Lover Roll, Tang

Lobster Special Roll, Nigiri

Combo

DRINKS: Beer and wine

TAB: $$

HEADS-UP: Spacious patio;

happy to customize

orders and create offmenu

items based on

ingredients you like;

vegan, vegetarian, and

gluten-free options; lunch

specials; delivery available via

Postmates; kids’ bento box

includes one main, one side,

miso soup, and rice

Noricho

1426 Blue Oaks Boulevard, Suite 100,

Roseville, 916-781-0807, tangsushi.com

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neighboring noshes

A guide to getting your grub on beyond Placer County…

Carnitas Plate

ANGEL’S

KITCHEN

49 Natoma Street, Suite 1, Folsom,

916-805-5997, revvarga.wixsite.com/

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“Served with your

choice of warm flour

or corn tortillas—

for transporting the

savory payload to its

desired destination—

the flavor of the meat

and all the fixin’s had

my taste buds fully

engaged.”

HOURS: 9 a.m.-8 p.m. (Monday-Saturday);

closed Sunday

THAI RICE

3300 COACH LANE, SUITE B10, CAMERON PARK, 530-350-8265

“The stir-fry included a rainbow of

ingredients like red chilies, onions, cashews,

bell peppers, and chicken—all enrobed in a

spicy garlic sauce—and hit all the right flavor

and texture notes.”

TRY THIS: Chile Relleno, Carnitas Plate,

Chile Verde, Fish Tacos, Pozole, Super

Nachos, Huevos Rancheros, Torta,

Breakfast Burrito

DRINKS: N/A

TAB: $

HEADS-UP: Breakfast served all day

every day; tacos are $1 on Tuesday (except

shrimp, fish, and lengua); complimentary

chips and salsa; vegetarian and glutenfree

options; delivery available via

Postmates

HOURS: Noon-9 p.m. (Saturday-

Sunday); 11 a.m.-9 p.m. (Monday;

Wednesday-Friday); closed Tuesday

TRY THIS: Curry Puffs, Tom Kha, Som

Tum, Larb Tofu, Pad Thai, Himmapan

Stir-Fry, Green Curry, Sriracha Fried

Rice, BBQ Steak, Fried Banana with

Coconut Ice Cream

DRINKS: Beer and wine

TAB: $$

HEADS-UP: Lunch specials served

weekdays; two full pages of vegetarian

dishes; protein choices include

chicken, pork, beef, shrimp, calamari,

seafood combo, or tofu; delivery

available via GrubHub

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FOODIE

FIND

by JULIE RYAN

Rolie Polie’s Creamworks // I scream! You scream! We all scream for nitrogen flash-frozen ice cream! If you haven’t yet

yelled those words, you will once you try Rolie Polie’s Creamworks in Roseville. What starts out as a liquid, turns into a scoop of deliciously,

creamy ice cream—thanks to a flash freeze of nitrogen that takes about 30 seconds. You choose the toppings to make the organic vanilla ice

cream whatever flavor you’d like—strawberry, mango, cheesecake, and Reese’s are just a few. You can also add chocolate, caramel, or Nutella

to top it off, along with whipped cream and sprinkles. And if Rolled Ice Cream sounds more exciting than a simple scoop, you’re in luck. Watch

in awe as they spread your creation flat, like a piece of paper, on a minus-17-degree metal plate, then roll it up as it freezes. From there, choose

your toppings and sauces. I added Oreo, Reese’s, and chocolate sauce. Your taste buds know it’s ice cream, but your brain is wondering how

you can be eating it in a roll. The other item they offer, Nitrogen Puff Balls—essentially bite-sized balls of fruity cereal that smoke in your

mouth because of the nitrogen—was a hit with my kids. Yes, we took pictures of ourselves blowing smoke out of our mouths and noses; and

I bet you will, too. 1151 Galleria Boulevard, Suite 1165, Roseville, 916-771-2280, rpcreamworks.com.

photo by DANTE FONTANA

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THE HOT LIST

Family-Friendly Dining!

6 Best Kids’ Menus compiled by STYLE STAFFERS // photos by DANTE FONTANA

Forget Happy Meals. Several mom-and-pop eateries are stepping up their family-friendly dining game

to include more than just French fries and plastic toys. From fun activities and accommodating staff to

scratch-made menu items, the following places promise kiddos will leave extra happy (and full)! In no

particular order…

Aji Japanese Bistro

Back to the 80s Café and More

Skipolini’s Pizza

BarnBurner

Brickyard Kitchen and Bar

The Breakroom

“Skipolini’s Pizza lets

kids become ‘Junior Chef’

for the day by building their

own cheese or Pepperoni

Pizza at the table. My little

critter loves the thrill of

crafting his own masterpiece

only to scarf it down a few

minutes later. After, you’ll

find him climbing, sliding,

and swinging from the play

structure outside. It’s usually

an evening well spent.”

skipolinispizza.com

“The Breakroom in Shingle

Springs is where ‘food meets fun.’

They have lots, and I mean lots, of

games for the young and young

at heart (aka, my husband) and

a children’s menu that’s creative

with its names—like the ‘Whatever’

cheeseburger, the ‘I Don’t Care’

grilled cheese, and the ‘I’m Not

Hungry’ Mac ‘n’ Cheese.

Whether it’s through the food

or the games, my kids are

always thoroughly entertained.”

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“BarnBurner in Rocklin

has something for everyone—a

loaded menu for adults, an

exciting menu for kiddos, and

another for Fido (breakfast

chow or pooch patty? Take

your pick). My nieces love their

French Toast encrusted in

Cinnamon Toast Crunch. I’ve

tried it and can see why. It’s

sweet, crunchy and combines

two breakfasts. I don’t think

they’ll tire of it anytime soon.”

916-259-1751

“Brickyard Kitchen and

Bar in Roseville screams fun

‘round every turn. The kids

stay occupied with corn hole,

Jenga, and more, while adults

enjoy some respite of their

own. A sufficient menu for

youngins provides all of their

favorites, including a juicy

Cheeseburger that comes

with a small soda and side (fries,

chips, slaw, or veggies). It’s a winwin

for all ages and appetites.”

brickyard916.com

“Back to the 80s Café

and More in Rancho Cordova

is totally rad! Step back in time

to a bygone era of Pac Man and

Pee Wee, browse through their

memorabilia, and give your kids

a taste of what life was like

when everyone had perms and

shoulder pads. When you’re

done perusing, treat junior to a

good ol’ Grilled Cheese and

reminisce. It’ll be a bonding

experience like none other.”

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“Aji Japanese Bistro in

El Dorado Hills is known for

their creative offerings that

extend to their kids’ menu

as well. My sushi-loving

grandson loves the Crunchy

Cali Roll that consists

of lightly fried snow crab,

avocado, and cucumber.

Trying to get each bite into

his mouth is a challenge,

but he’s getting pretty

good at those chopsticks!”

ajibistroedh.com

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JAPANESE / SUSHI

DESSERTS

Executive Chef Michael Liu unites

traditional Japanese cuisine with unique

and contemporary offerings by bringing

you the very best in tasty ingredients

from the ocean & land to your plate.

Tuesday-Sunday 11am-2pm enjoy our All

You Can Eat (AYCE) menu. It has proven

an unmatched offering enthusiastically

received by our customers.

Hisui Sushi

25004 Blue Ravine Rd., #107

Folsom

916-985-7778

www.hisuisushi.com

Icing on the Cupcake offers a wide

variety of cupcake flavors including

gluten free and vegan options

available every day at our three retail

locations. We also offer other sweet

treats baked fresh daily including

brownies, pies, and cookie sandwiches

using the finest quality ingredients.

Icing on the Cupcake

6839 Lonetree Blvd.

Rocklin

916-303-4333

www.icingonthecupcake.com

CAFÉ

ITALIAN

We specialize in European inspired

Breakfast Pastries, Crepes, and

Desserts! Everything is made in house

by our exceptional culinary team. We

value quality and freshness as the

most important part of our product!

Bring this ad in for 10% off your order!

Valid 08/01/18- 08/31/18

Julian’s Patisserie & Cafe

6610 Folsom Auburn Rd., Ste. 7

Folsom, CA

916-936-4735

www.julianscafe.com

Local Chicago Hot Spot! Serving up

Roseville's favorite signature Chicago

pizzas, Italian beef and “Vienna” dogs,

pastas, and sandwiches that offer high

quality, value and flavor. Dine-in with

your family and watch your favorite

sporting events. Opening day is soon!

MLB is available for all baseball games.

Delivery and carryout available.

Rosati's

5140 Foothills Blvd., #110

Roseville, CA

916-797-7492

myrosatis.com/roseville

ITALIAN

FRENCH

At Visconti’s Ristorante, we are honored

to cook for you as we cook for our own

family. We are proud to use only the

freshest ingredients, and imported

meat, cheese, and wine.

We welcome you and look forward to

serving you!

Visconti’s Ristorante

2700 E. Bidwell St., Ste. 700

Folsom, CA

916-983-5181

viscontisristorante.com

Combining the flavors of France and

the Mediterranean regions with an

emphasis on quality, fresh seasonal

and locally-grown ingredients.

The perfect location for private

dining, special events, wedding

celebrations and corporate dinners/

presentations.

La Provence Restaurant

& Terrace

110 Diamond Creek Place

Roseville, CA

916-789-2002

www.laprovenceroseville.com

AMERICAN

CANDY STORE/CONFECTIONER

The Independent presents an

outstanding American fusion menu

and a top-tier full bar. The scratch

kitchen uses only the freshest, finest

ingredients creating exceptional grill

and seafood entrées. The bar prides

itself on artisanal cocktails, freshsqueezed

juices and house-made

mixers. Beautiful outdoor patio!

The Independent

Restaurant and Bar

629 Main Street, Placerville

530-344-7645

independentplacerville.com

A Family of Candy Makers since 1963.

With 3 generations of candy makers,

Snooks continues the tradition of

producing the finest freshly made

confections on site in Historic

Folsom. Come visit us or shop online!

Snooks Chocolate Factory

731 Sutter Street

Historic Folsom, CA

916-985-0620

www.snookscandies.com

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eat & drink

TASTE

Seasonal Recipe

and Beer Pairing

Just a French Guy

Cooking: Easy

Recipes and Kitchen

Hacks for Rookies

by Alexis Gabriel

Aïnouz

(Quadrille Publishing,

2018, $19.99)

SWEET SUMMER

ROLLS

Picture the scene—mid-summer, blazing

hot sun. Your small son pulls your arm

and for the second time you drop a

messy pulled pork and slaw sandwich.

Meet me halfway. Not so sure that

the sticky butterscotch buns planned

for dessert are going to be any more

successful. If only you’d thought of

making my sweet summer rolls…

• 3 1/2 oz. dried rice

noodles

• 1/3 cup full-fat

coconut milk

• 1 tbsp. runny honey

• 10 rice wrappers

Fruit, vegetable,

and fresh herb

combinations that

work well in the filling:

• Mango, avocado,

and chopped

mint; strawberries,

red peppers, and

chopped basil;

or cucumber,

pineapple, and fresh

chopped cilantro

SERVING SUGGESTION

• Natural yogurt

• Runny honey

Cook the rice noodles according to the packet

instructions. Drain and set them aside in a

bowl. Mix in the coconut milk and honey.

Cut one-quarter of the fruit and vegetables you

are using into attractive, thin slices (carpaccio,

anyone?) and set aside for decoration. Cut

the rest of the fruit and vegetables into thin

sticks—you are going to use them to fill the

rolls.

Fill a large dish with warm water, dip a rice

wrapper in the water, and then place the

wrapper flat on a board in front of you.

Wine

Steals

Under

$17

SIP ON THIS

Kim Crawford Sauvignon

Blanc

ABV: 12%

OVERALL RATING: 4

TASTING NOTES: Fresh, juicy, and crisp;

brimming with tart acidity and fruity

sweetness; aromas of fresh-cut grass and

citrus; palate is ripe with pear, grapefruit, and

melon; balanced flavor profile; pairs nicely

with spicy Asian foods, seafood, or summer

salads

PRICE: $10.97

PURCHASE: Total Wine & More

Put a few noodles and then some chopped herbs and fruit and vegetable sticks on top, laid

horizontally, one-third of the way from the edge of the wrapper nearest your navel. Topped with

fruit and vegetable slices so they line up with the sticks.

Roll the rice wrapper around the filling, folding the sides in as you go to seal the summer roll.

If you’ve done the job properly, you’ll see the fruit and vegetable slices through the transparent

wrapper.

Mix together some yogurt and honey and use as a dipping sauce. Makes 10 rolls.

SOLID GROUND BREWING COMPANY’S CLOUDS REST

ABV: 6.5%

Named after a mountain

Hailing from Marlborough, New Zealand, Kim Crawford’s aromatic, perfectly balanced

wines started winning awards soon after they launched in 1996 and have continued to

impress and gain a fanatical following. For more info, visit kimcrawfordwines.com.

Kim Crawford Pinot Noir

ABV: 13%

OVERALL RATING: 2

TASTING NOTES: Dark cherry

and strawberry flavors that are

complemented by subtle hints of

oak; mild and smooth without many

tannins; good balance of dryness and

acidity; shines with a variety of foods,

including red meat, roasted chicken,

and sharp cheeses

PRICE: $16.49

PURCHASE: Total Wine & More

OVERALL RATING is the average score (out of 5) given by Style staff tasters. Ratings should be taken with a grain

of salt, as we are by no means “experts”—just hard-working employees who enjoy imbibing.

Pairs with

in Yosemite National

Park, Clouds Rest

is a hazy IPA that

boasts a light,

juicy body and

slightly bitter

finish that nicely

opposes its

fruity flavors. The

pairing of Galaxy

and Hallertau Blanc

hops give it sweet aromas of

papaya, guava, and white wine. Thanks to a

bity bitterness, it’s refreshingly different than

other hazy IPAs but still leaves a clean, crisp

finish, making it the perfect pint for a warm

summer’s eve.

—Greg Salva, 36 Handles

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Recipes excerpted with permission from Just a French Guy Cooking by Alexis Gabriel

Aïnouz, published by Quadrille September 2018. Beer photo courtesy of Solid Ground

Brewing Company. Wine photos courtesy of Shadow.


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Q&A WITH LOCAL COMPANIES

Describe your business. Did you find it, or did it find you?

We offer seven (soon-to-be eight) different coffee chocolate bars, as well

as coffee caramel and chocolate caramel for wholesale, retail, corporate

gifting, and online customer sales—from Lincoln to New Jersey. We also

operate a small retail store where we manufacture the bars, caramels,

and other confectionery products, in addition to hand wrapping and

shipping direct. Our business definitely found us. Darlene completed a

professional chocolatier course and her final class project was to create

a specialized confectionery product; after receiving overwhelming

response from neighbors and friends on her creation—an espresso

coffee bar—we developed two other coffee bar flavors (Guatemalan

and Columbian) and went to work creating new business relationships,

setting up customer accounts and our home kitchen, and obtaining

a Placer County Cottage Food Operation permit. Within our first six

months, we established enough customer base to move into a rented

space, trade in our permit for a California food license, and register our

name and logo.

How are you involved with both the community and your

customer?

We donate gifts to the Lincoln Potters baseball team, sponsor Lincoln

High School’s football team, are a member of the Downtown Lincoln

Association, and attend local church events and races. We’ve become

so involved with our community that many of our customers have

become friends as well.

Who is your role model in business or in life, and why?

Travis Boersma, the co-founder of Dutch Bros. Coffee. We love his

philosophy on life and business.

What’s your favorite place to eat out locally?

Mikuni.

Blabbermouth Chocolates

GARY AND DARLENE KRAMER

448 Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 203, Lincoln, 916-203-8892,

blabbermouthchocolates.com

And finally, customer service is…?

Creating a fun buying experience that brings customers back for life.

Describe your business. Did you find it, or did it find you?

Spavia is an affordable luxury day spa that provides massages,

facials, skin care, waxing, and other beauty services at reasonable

prices. Before their treatments, guests relax in a retreat-like setting

with spa robes, sandals, and heated neck pillows while enjoying

amenities like tea, mints, inspirational books, and showers.

How are you involved with both the community and your

customer?

We donate gifts to silent auctions and fundraisers and have done a

number of mission trips to Africa and Mexico through our church.

Why is your staff the best in the business?

Our team has years of experience in different modalities of

massage and is very passionate about what they do and helping

to better the lives of our guests. The various team members

also have diverse specialties, allowing guests to have the best

experience possible.

What life accomplishments are you most proud of?

Raising three fantastic children—who are building their own lives

with spouses and developing their future careers—while traveling

with them to various parts of the world and exposing them to

different cultures.

Where do you and your family go locally to have fun?

There’s a special place in the Sierras where we enjoy camping and

have built many great memories.

And finally, customer service is…?

Providing an exceptional experience to each and every guest, each

and every time. We want to allow guests to escape the craziness of

everyday life, relax, and ensure that going back into the real world

is easier and more enjoyable.

Spavia Day Spa

JOHN AND JAMIE THROCKMORTON

6688 Lonetree Boulevard, Suite 500, Rocklin, 916-975-2100,

spaviablueoaks.com

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