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Paul Martin's Fall Menu is Here

Paul Martin's Fall Menu is Here

Fall means a change in the weather, in the gardens, and therefore, on your plate. When the weather changes not only does our produce in the stores change, but so do our appetites. Fall means squashes, Brussels sprouts, and the beginning of braised meats. And in our new world of farm-to-table dining, the menus at your favorite restaurants change as well.

I haven't been to Paul Martin's American Grill in years. The main reason is that  I live about 30 miles away from the nearest one in Roseville. Recently I was invited to go and check out their fall menu and I figured it would be a good time to revisit them and to catch up with someone who lives out that way, my ex-husband... Read More

Half Off Any Beverage at Peet's After 12 Noon in October

Half Off Any Beverage at Peet's After 12 Noon in October

Looking to save 50% off your afternoon hit of caffeine? Peet's Coffee & Tea is offering 50% off any beverage made in the store after 12 noon through Oct. 31... Read More

Quick Dinners for a Happy Halloween

Quick Dinners for a Happy Halloween

Megan Myers


Mini Mummy Pizzas

On Halloween night many of us are so focused on making sure our kids have their perfect costume and on handing out healthy treats that dinner falls by the wayside. It doesn’t have to be that way! There are plenty of delicious ways to get dinner on the table in a hurry, even if your robots and ninjas are already in costume... Read More

14 Ways to Enjoy Fall Flavors

14 Ways to Enjoy Fall Flavors

Paige Schilt

Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

I live in Austin, Texas, where summer temperatures can last into October, and it’s not unusual to eat Thanksgiving dinner in short sleeves. That’s great news for local gardeners, but it can be tortuous for someone (like me) who longs to curl up with a cozy blanket and a cup of spiced cider.

Over the years, I’ve learned to be pretty intentional about celebrating traditional fall foods. Lucky for me, Whole Foods Market® features lots of limited-edition seasonal items, and I’ve come up with a few strategies for incorporating autumn’s awesome flavors in every meal... Read More

Do you want to be News10's Halloween "Breakfast in My Neighborhood" winner?

Do you want to be News10's Halloween "Breakfast in My Neighborhood" winner?

News10 is asking you -- Which breakfast restaurant in your neighborhood celebrates Halloween?  Does the staff dress up in costume?  And are there lots of Halloween decorations?  

If so, we want to know about it.

Email us  the name of that restaurant at writer@news10.net.

We'll pick two restaurants out of those submittals, and then you'll get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Dan Elliott will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Halloween - Friday, October 31.

Spooktacular Treats for Halloween

Spooktacular Treats for Halloween

Megan Myers

Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. Dressing up in costume is so much fun, and now that I have kids, the whole family really gets into it. Yep, we’re one of those families who does a group costume! It’s such a fun way to get everyone involved and make the day a little more special. Another way to add fun to the day? Spooky foods!... Read More

Going Nuts for Cashews

Going Nuts for Cashews

Alana Sugar

Cashews are native to South America but are cultivated today in many tropical regions. There are several varieties, some are quite large (called “jumbo cashews”), and others quite small, comparatively. The nut is actually a seed that grows on the end of the cashew “apple”, an edible fruit known in tropical regions but unfamiliar in America and Europe due to its fragility which makes it unsuitable for shipping and transporting. This rich, curved nut — which is actually lower in total fat than most nuts — is always a crowd favorite and particularly flavorful in cookies and cakes... Read More