During the 1940s, Paso Robles was one of the largest nut producing regions in the nation and this Saturday, December 7, Adelaida Cellars pays homage to this historic period at their 2nd Annual Walnut and Wine Festival.
While I am not one of the brave ones who venture out on Black Friday, I do love to shop. One of my favorite places to do my holiday shopping is Paso Robles. Brimming over with artisan gifts, amazing wine and cheese clubs, along with a festive Downtown filled with boutique shopping, unique galleries and holiday lights, there is no better place to kick off the holidays.
As the weather gets cooler and the leaves start to change,
Halloween decorations hit the shelves and we all get to dust off our crock pots
and dive into the season of comfort food!
This time of the year is perfect for incorporating cheese into every
dish you make. Cheese makes EVERYTHING
Paso Robles is filled with stories of people who came here on vacation, fell in love with the area and relocated. Brigit Binns is a transplant with a rather interesting story to tell - she makes a mean set of oysters, can teach you how to make cheese or butcher meat and is married to arguably the most interesting man in the wine world. She's living happily in Paso Robles and is putting out a Central Coast cookbook soon.