Touch Wood offers two seasonal cocktails to help celebrate the holidays. He Fresh water combines vodka with coconut water, lemon, pineapple, Aperol and Cinnamon and ends with a brûlée pineapple. Also on the holiday menu Soul of the Sun., a mixture of lemon and passion fruit topped with Zucca Amaro. Grab it on top and combine them with a taco the godfather under glass – Japanese Wagyu A5, pickle puree, whipped cream, golden bread and caviar.
From Wednesday, January 5 (Keto National Day) to Sunday, January 16, Primal Kitchen Ranch Dressing will be available as a final rain on certain Pizza Blaze locations. Known for its long line of condiments, sauces, dressings and condiments without dairy or sugar with everything from ham glaze to Dutch sauce, going low in carbs for January may be a good choice for some.
For starters, Primal Kitchen has one Kit Whole30 – Initial collection, which includes avocado oil mayonnaise, chipotle lime mayonnaise with avocado oil, ranch dressing, Greek vinaigrette and avocado marinade and oil. He Keto Kit – Initial includes mayonnaise with avocado oil, ranch dressing, balsamic vinaigrette and avocado marinade and oil. They have dairy-free sauces and dressings, including coriander lime. Ranch Dip, Alfredo sauce without garlic and a line of Vegan May. Theirs recipe for a bowl of roasted vegetables is a good way to start the new year and a few pounds.
THIS WEEK AND NEXT WEEK, presented by Brit + click i Four Sigmatics, the pioneer of the mushroom industry that brought the health benefits of functional mushrooms to the U.S., will be at the Holiday Cabana pop-up at Century City Mall. Meet with your national educator for more information about the brand and tips on using mushrooms to help with stress and immune support during the holidays. Its functional foods include ground mushroom coffee with lion hair and mushroom cocoa with reishi.
Santa Ynez Valley Restaurant Week returns for the 12th year in a row, from Monday 17 January to 31 January, with a variety of special fixed price points showing the region’s culinary reward and the perfect wines from the Santa Ynez Valley to pair with.
As in previous years, participating Santa Ynez Valley Restaurant Week The restaurants will feature three-course menus selected and run by the chef at prices of $ 30, $ 40 or $ 50, plus taxes and gratuity. Many wineries and tasting rooms in the area will also participate at different levels and prices, including two-on-one tasting offerings, special tasting flights, and discounts on bottle purchases. Los Alamos participants in Buellton and Solvang include Foods full of life, The Zaca Creek Tavern, SY Kitchen, Post-coupling wines i Foxen vineyard and winery to name a few.