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  • Top 5 Reasons Subscription Boxes make great gifts!

    Top 5 Reasons Why Subscription Food Boxes Make a Great Gift In recent years, subscription boxes have gained a ton of traction. The idea of shipping...
  • Welcome to Our December Box

    This month’s box was rich and indulgent, perfect for the holidays and gift giving. Read on to learn more about each product we featured and the farmers and makers that created them...
  • Welcome to our November Box

    Our November Box is filled with everything you need this holiday season and makes the perfect gift for the snacker, baker or chef in your life. Read on to learn about each hand selected product and the farms and makers they come from...
  • Snack Mix with Sun Dried Figs and Rosemary Salt

    Enjoy a new twist on a family favorite holiday treat! As kids, we looked forward to Chex Mix season, which in our house was from Thanksgiving unt...
  • Welcome to our October Box

    We have carefully curated and hand selected each product, have met each farmer and maker to be sure their products are delicious and their business practices align with SacTown Bites' philosophy. We think of this as a 'food tour in a box' where you get to taste some of the best products from the Sacramento Valley delivered right to your door. 
  • Traditional Vietnamese Dipping Sauce is Good on Everything from Spring Rolls to Omelets

    One of the things that gets us most excited about living in Sacramento is the cultural diversity. With diversity, comes a wide range of food experiences. We live close to an area of town called 'Little Saigon', that is a two mile corridor that is a cultural and culinary center of the Vietnamese community. There are more restaurants there than you could ever try. If you do want to try some local places...
  • What's The Fuss Over a Little Bag of Flour – Capay Mills Øland Landrace Soft Red Wheat Flour?

    You may wonder how one can get so excited about a bag of flour. I assure you it’s not just a symptom of frenzied sourdough bread making as a response to the quarantine. This bag of flour is really special. Firstly, the wheat is grown and milled right in Capay Valley, California...
  • Welcome to Our September Box

    Welcome to Our September Box     We have carefully curated and hand selected each product, have met each farmer and maker to be sure their produc...
  • Why Is Indian Food So Good?

    Many, many years ago I moved to New York City, right out of college. I loved everything about living in New York, especially being exposed to the world of different cultures and foods. I had an artichoke for the first time in my life my first week there. How I got to the age of 21 without ever eating an artichoke is a mystery to me now. I also had Indian Food for the first time and became obsessed...
  • Growing Olives, Meyer Lemon Infused Olive Oil and California Fires.

    This olive is so versatile, which is another reason why we love it. Try it on crostini, with ricotta, comb honey and lemon zest for a quick appetizer. It’s wonderful drizzled on ice cream, trust me, just try it. Of course it’s great on salads and grilled veggies. And Denise Andre, head of the olive oil and marketing at CV Ranches, opened up our world to baking with it...
  • Delta Breezes and Sparkling Pear Juice

    The Sacramento area is known for its blistering heat, but it is also known for its Delta breezes. Although Sacramento is inland from the coast, we are surrounded by water. The California Delta is an expansive inland river delta and estuary ranging from the western edge of the Central Valley by the confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers and is just east of Suisun Bay, where the rivers enter. With this water system comes flooding. Levees were built and land was claimed...
  • Pandemic, Fire, Smoke and Perseverance

    It’s been twelve weeks since I launched my first Farm to Fork in a Box. The time has gone by quickly and slowly, all at the same time. I sense that is a common feeling many people have had lately. We are in our sixth month of the pandemic, or so. Some days I feel like I blinked and the time...