Calstar

24 Apr 19
Anderson Valley Advertiser

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Cardiologist Pleads;
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Sandwich Duo;
Address Signs;
Ed Notes;
Lynda Fundraiser;
SF House;
CAAC Complaint;
AV Ambulance;
Yesterday’s Catch;
CEO Pay;
2020 Candidates;
Redneck Trap;
Dangerous Stretch;
Doomed Forest;
Haight Fire;
Restoration Project;
Beware Busybody;
SF Street;
Senior Center;
Gray Hawk;
Planning Agenda;
Gaza Bomb;
Utter Failure;
Earp’s Saloon;
Bradd Online;
Hot Mama;
First Wife

17 Apr 19
marketresearch

Global Solvent Recycling Machine market research report covers the analysis of its upcoming growth prospects is been mentioned with maximum precision. This study includes an elaborative summary of Solvent Recycling Machine market which also includes snapshots that offer depth of information of various other segmentations. Through qualitative and quantitative analysis of key factors which are […]

07 Apr 19
A Dinner Blog

I adore this pizza, and have made it a lot, now. I finally got the recipe over to the support blog for this journal, so I no longer will type it in here. It really has a lot of prep – boiling potatoes, roasting the red pepper, and making the tapenade (the Bowl has Gaeta […]

06 Apr 19
A Dinner Blog

We had thought of this salad for a couple days. When R showed up bearing opened wines, we moved it from Tuesday to an unspecified day – which turned out to be today. One of the opened wine was a 2018 CalStar Rose of Pinot Meunier, which we’d never had, and that one was for […]

03 Apr 19
A Dinner Blog

Our friend R showed up for D to drive him to the airport, with bottles of recorked wine for us to finish. Amazing. We had planned a salad, which would go nicely with the rose we were thinking of having with it, but one of the opened, mostly-still-present bottles was a CalStar Oppenlander Vineyard Pinot […]

02 Apr 19
A Dinner Blog

Well, this couldn’t have been easier. I just took the bean salad and the sauce from the fridge, and also the half-tray remaining of polenta, cut the polenta in half and brushed both sides with canola oil (Wesson, I think the only brand the Bowl had, perfectly fine) and grilled 5 minutes on the first […]

08 Mar 19
A Dinner Blog

[Filling in on the 26th] I had some brand new (ergo, never frozen) Boudin Blanc sausages from Christopher Lee, and wanted to make this pasta before I had to freeze them. I finally weighed stuff and recorded what I actually did for this recipe, and put it on the backup blog to this one, Recipes […]

25 Feb 19
Mountain Democrat

Two Bay Area women can count themselves lucky to be alive after becoming stranded over the President Day’s weekend in Tahoe amid a snow blizzard and sub-freezing temperatures. Rescued by a select group of search and rescue volunteers, staff from the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office and the California Highway Patrol, the misadventure of the […]

19 Feb 19
FOX40

[ooyala player_id=”e94d1153704449a897d545a2af16e53c” auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”tmYjUyOpmqOg5TkhqEqTlmc_gXKM” code=”tubWNhaDE6N_8mHwOHA-RLP_S6FIA_TK”] PIONEER — Along Highway 88, north of Pioneer and south of Kirkwood, the forest floor is covered in 10 to 15 feet of snow. Overnight temperatures have been dipping down into the single digits. It was in that environment that two cross-country skiers got lost in a snowstorm […]

14 Feb 19
Market Herald

14th February 2019 – The global Geopolymer Market is expected to display higher growth rate over the next five years. Rapid surge in the geopolymer market is attributed to the growing demand for heat insulating material from building & construction sector. Geopolymers are artificially created, due to which they form long-range covalent bonds and mostly […]

05 Feb 19
A Dinner Blog

The scallion soup last week used half a cup of cream, so I had a half cup to use up somehow. I had decided to grill eggplant and red pepper for the pizza, and grilling (roasting) a poblano worked at the same time, saving gas by not re-using the grill. So, this was on. The […]