A town in W California: center of wine-producing region.
Sonoma Harvest Salsa
This fruity and spicy salsa combines chile peppers, cantaloupe, apples, and sweet peppers. It works as a sauce for your favorite meat or as an appetizer served with tortilla chips.
This Mexican-inspired egg and vegetable recipe, made in a skillet, is a low-calorie, high-protein breakfast.
This chicken, spinach, and feta cheese pizza can be ready to eat in just 25 minutes. Try it on busy weeknights.
Hitchcock Loved Sonoma — and Simi Wines
the new movie, Hitchcock , is being released around the country, Simi Winery , in Healdsburg — the picturesque Sonoma County town with the pretty tree-filled plaza, about 60 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge — would like to remind everyone that the master
Farmers Market Spotlight: Early Fall in Santa Rosa, CA
The produce-rich valleys of Sonoma County , California, famous for their fine wines and rocky stretch of Pacific coastline, provide a bounty of almost-year-round fruits
Cheap Wine You Can Actually Drink: The Secret to Buying Wine on a Budget
contains a wide variety of styles, reach for the “ Sonoma County Chardonnay” option. Madigan says the latter hints at a specific region known for a certain style— Sonoma County tends to have crisp, refreshing notes whereas Napa is a little rounder and
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stores like Pottery Barn and Williams- Sonoma clearly is not living in the same salary bracket ..... can buy a chicken coup from Williams- Sonoma . WTF. Before you make small effigies ..... admit to have walking through Williams- Sonoma a few times. I even purchased a pair of toaster
Win the Way to Your Man’s Heart Contest
What would you cook to win a man's love? Submit your original recipe in this contest. Deadline: April 24, 2011 Prize: $300 gift card to Williams- Sonoma
Home Sweet Home Recipe Contest
Hampton Facebook page, and post a picture of your finished recipe! Deadline: February 12, 2012 Prizes: $100 Williams- Sonoma Gift Card, and a spotlight in the Hampton & Hampton 2012 Winter Newsletter, on the Hampton & Hampton blog, and on their Facebook