Petaluma Wins First Devil Egg Contest

opening Petaluma Devils Egg Competition Coming to barber cellars And the Barber of my souls On Saturday, June 4th, from noon to 2pm, it promises to be really fun and delicious. Why no one thought of this earlier is a mystery. but when Lauren Barber She reached out to me to see what I thought of the idea and if I wanted to be a judge, I said I thought it was a great idea. Of course, I feel that way with most food competitions, but especially this one, where Petaluma adopted the nickname “Egg Basket to World” over a century ago, yet never had a devilish egg competition.

This new event is looking for contenders, and let’s be honest—who hasn’t indulged in scrambled eggs after getting a fancy deviled egg at a wedding, Super Bowl party, or restaurant and thought, “Can I do that?”

Entries to the competition are free, but it will be limited to 65 only, and participants are required to submit thirty defenids. The jury, really including you, will blindly taste the Little Devils and award 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners bragging rights and a bottle of wine or spirit of their choice from Barber. I think this is going to be a very popular event and with limited space, it would be helpful to be a participant this year because those who help launch a new food event are often the first to get invitations to next year’s event.

Guests tastings are invited to purchase tickets for a 65-order experience, hosted in the Barber Cellars and Barber Lee Spirits tasting rooms, with all ticket proceeds, and a portion of wine and spirits sales (both by bottle and by bottle), going to Petaluma People Service Center. There will also be a couple of check raffles, as all of that proceeds will also go to PPSC.

Entry forms and more information about ticket sales should be available by the time of this publication at BarberCellars.com or BarberLeeSpirits.com.

Petaluma Farmers Market Return

mother’s Day It’s usually a sign of our summer food festival season, so it’s fitting that this year’s Mother’s Day holiday is a start Walnut Park Farmers Market. Starting Saturday, May 7, this farmers market runs through November 19, every Saturday, from 2-5 pm, and one of the highlights of this farmer’s market opening is that Petaluma Bounty will sell out the start of the plant. It’s never too late to get some veggies in the ground.

(Farmers Market in Petaluma East Side (Lucchesi Park) is connected, operates year round every Tuesday from 10am-1:30pm and is scheduled to get some special Argus-Courier coverage from none other than Katie Watts in the coming weeks).

Open barn, open house

barn 5400 is the group of artisans and makers filling the space formerly occupied by Adobe Lumber, you guessed it, 5400 Old Redwood Hwy, a few hundred meters from the soon-to-be reconstructed Fruit Palace, on the way out to pangrove. On Saturday, May 7, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can meet local artisans, including Nutrition CooperativeAnd the Harmony Farm Nursery And the retro coffee roasterPlus, taking advantage of two large food trucks that will be on site – sushi chobo And the veggie bola. Visit barn5400.com for more information.

Appleskiver

Saturday May 7 also marks a comeback Aebleskiver Breakfast In the Pengrove Community Church. Usually COVID-19 is held in February which delayed this event a bit but this seems to have worked out for the better as this will usually be served indoors but due to spring weather it will now be hosted in Pengrove Park11800 Main Street, 9 a.m. to noon, whether for indoor or outdoor dining.

Aebleskivers is a traditional Danish breakfast dish of light and fluffy pancake-like popovers (cooked in an odd-looking, special-purpose Aebleskiver skillet) and then lightly dusted with powdered sugar, with syrup, jam, and cider added to their liking. Breakfast also includes sausage, orange juice and coffee. As always, the price is just a donation of your choice, but we’re always on the generous side to support Penngrove Community Church, as well as encourage them to keep doing these great popups.

carcass sale

On the meatier side of things, I looked for a synonym of appetizing, however, the word “leftover” sounded worse, so I guess we’ll choose the original in the ad JMF Slaughter “The first annual sale of the carcass.” Selling is an auction style and includes four beef, one veal, one pork and four lambs, all sold by half except for the lambs, which are sold whole. If you’re looking to fill your freezer with meat for the summer barbecue season, this is the way to do it, knowing you’re getting your protein high locally. Auction at 5748 Red Hill Road, Petaluma, Saturday, May 7, with registration 11 a.m. to noon, lunch at 1:30 p.m., and sale itself begins at 3 p.m. Registration is required, but it’s free and with more information, it can be found at jmfslaughter.com.

mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is the busiest restaurant day of the year, so either make a reservation, order outside, or expect a long wait if you want to treat your mom to some special restaurant food this weekend. Although it’s certainly not a complete menu, local restaurants that have posted special menus or hours on social media include Burnt, Butcher Crown Roadhouse, Cattlemens and Rosen’s 256 North.

ball truckers

The Social firefighters pangrove will host”ball truckersOn Saturday, May 14, 2022, in Pengrove Community Club, 385 Woodward Ave. , Penngrove, with ticket sales ending May 12 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available by cash or check only at Javamore Cafe10101 Main Street,

Penngrove, or online at truckersball.eventbrite.com. For more information, call 707-794-1516. Cocktail hour starts at 5:30 p.m. with dinner served at 7 p.m. and will include tares, chicken, pasta, and salad, all for just $30. There will also be live music andbig pull buckleDonated by Draw on the clouds.

La Fiesta Pizza

If you avoid crowds Cinco de Mayo Thursday May 5th Brix Pizzaria He has a special pizza show for your personal joke, aptly called “La Fiesta”. A fan favorite, La Fiesta’s taco pizza, starts with beans and sauce, then is topped with ground beef, taco seasoning, a mixture of cheddar and mozzarella cheese, and black olives, and then finished with diced tomatoes, onions, lettuce, crushed tortilla chips, and sour cream.

We recently enjoyed a St. Paddy’s Day-inspired carved beef pizza in Brixx, called “John Wilson,” but who are we kidding? We always love eating at Brixx. And don’t forget to order their dessert, which will make your heart skip a beat, in more ways than one.

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