Author: Ariel Giacobbe

Ariel Giacobbe loves books, board games, and all things sweet, especially baking them herself. She has experience working for several publications, including: The Folsom Telegraph, Zoom Newspaper, Sactown Magazine, Poetry Flash, The El Dorado Hills Telegraph, and Cinewire Magazine.

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Artisan Purveyors

When Channy Laux immigrated from Cambodia to Lincoln, Nebraska, her family had a hard time finding traditional Cambodian food in their neighborhood. Her mother made what she could with their limited selection of Cambodian ingredients, and began sharing her meals with family and friends. Her creations became increasingly popular, especially…More

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Artisan Purveyors

Nestled between 20 acres of walnut, almond, and olive orchards, Skylake Ranch flourishes as one of the few places in Northern California to find beautiful ruby pomegranates hanging from the trees so far into the distance, they begin to blend with the deep pink of the horizon at sunset. Beside…More

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The Daily Tout

As every food lover knows, food is more than a daily necessity-it’s an art form. Picking out your ingredients is like choosing the colors for your canvas. A true craftsman knows the power and potential of each flavor. A chef simply uses the human palette instead of a wooden one.…More