Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Celebrations at the Wine Tree Farm - May 2016


Join us for a Mexican Feast on
May 14th, 2016
12pm-4pm

 
Celebrate our 3rd Anniversary.
&
Wine Club members you may pick up your 2016 Spring wine clubselection!

RSVPs appreciated!
209-783-5049 or 
e-mail

Wine Tree Farm
3rd Anniversary Celebration
 
Come celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of our tasting room!

We'll be offering delicious Mexican Fare and tasty treats.

Enjoy our Anniversary case specials

Great Case Specials! 
Wine Club members save 40% off retail
Non-Members save 25% off retail

Saturday, May 14th 2016
12 noon - 4 pm


Wine Tree Farm
14467 Highway 49, Amador City
209-783-5049

Wine Club
Pick-up Party! 

 
2016 Spring
Wine Club Pick-up


Enjoy New release of our ever popular
2013 SyrGreMour. (Limited release to wine club members only.)  
and
2011 Corinne Grenache

(Non-members may join at the Anniversary Party to enjoy this Spring Selection for only $30 for the pair, regularly $43.)

Saturday, May 14th 2016
12 noon - 4 pm


Wine Tree Farm
14467 Highway 49, Amador City
209-783-5049
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Friday, April 15, 2016

Old Well Bar & Grill defines baking "from scratch"

Story by Sarah Spinetta

93- year ­old Mary Lou Kaffer, from the Old Well Bar and Grill, is by far the pie aficionado of Amador County. She has been baking for at the Old Well for over 56 years and has perfected her own secret recipes that are one of a kind. Every baked good is homemade from scratch by Mary Lou herself, with the help of her son, Eddie.

“I bake everything from scratch. One lady went to the grocery store looking for this thing called ’scratch’ and could not find it,” Mary Lou said. “I laughed and said that ‘made from scratch’ means that it is homemade!” She concocts a wide range of pie flavors, including apple, apricot, peach, strawberry, rhubarb, cherry, banana cream, pumpkin and coconut cream.

In the Summer, they pick fresh peaches in orchards in the county right off of the tree and puts them straight into the pie. This gives them the sweetest and freshest tasting pie you will ever have. “The blackberry pie is the most popular,” Mary Lou said. “People love the fresh baked pies.” In addition to a variety of pies, she also makes cheesecake and bread pudding.

The Old Well also serves hamburgers, a different soup every day, breakfast, steak and more! The quaint restaurant is a wonderful place to get a piece of Drytown’s history and enjoy the friendly atmosphere. The Old Well Motel and Grill is located at 15947 CA­ 49, Drytown and their phone number is 209-­245-­6467.



Thursday, April 7, 2016

Our Splendid Table: A Mother Lode Summer Solstice Celebration - Sat June 18

Tickets are on sale now for Mother Lode Harvest’s first Farm-to-Fork dinner on Saturday June 18 at 5:30 pm at  Abbondanza Farm in the Shenandoah Valley.

The Summer Solstice celebration includes a Mediterranean-inspired dinner prepared from  locally-grown foods, music, solstice festivities and a silent auction.

Dinner will feature lamb or vegetarian options. Appetizers, salad and the main course will abound with spring and early summer vegetables from local farms followed by seasonal fruit shortcakes for dessert. Local wines and beer will be available for purchase.

Music by the Amador City All-Star Ukamaniacs will set a lively tone for the evening, as will the vibrant colors of sunflowers, lavender and the Shenandoah Valley views.

The celebration honoring the beginning of summer will include solstice reflections by Elaine Zorbas of Mirabelle Orchard and Vineyard and Daniel D’Agostini of Abbondanza Farm.

The evening concludes with a sing-along of summer songs and a solstice dance at sunset.

This event is a fundraiser to help upgrade the MLH website, the marketing and communication hub for the organization’s farmers, ranchers, bee keepers, candle makers, bakers and customers throughout Amador, Calaveras and other surrounding counties.

Tickets to the event are $35 for MLH members and $40 for non-members and are available online at www.mlharvest.com or call Emily at 530-620-4548 or Michelle at 209-419-2503.








Monday, April 4, 2016

This week at the Volcano Union Inn & Pub - Monday Pix Fixe, Comedy Night and more!



How the west was FUN!

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Monday Prix Fixe at The Union 

3 Creative Courses
$24 
 
For Monday, April 4th, 2016:

STARTER: 
Potato Gnocchi 
snap peas, beech mushrooms, Parmesan cream,
butter toasted almonds 

MAIN: 
Union Meat Loaf   
Yukon gold mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, union gravy

SWEET: 
Baklava  
whipped cream     
 
Call for reservations
209-296-7711
Thursday is 
COMEDY NIGHT!
Every Thursday

See America's
BEST comics right here in Volcano!
Dinner @ 6pm ~ Comedy Show @ 7pm
$5 plus dinner/drinks
Seating is limited - call for reservations

Call 209-296-7711   
Thirsty Thursday
at The Union
for Thursday, April 7th: 
 
 Grilled Chicken Sandwich 
 
with 
 
prosciutto, Gruyere, mustard aioli, arugula,
pickled red onions.
With your choice of fries or greens and a draft beer - Just $12!

Call for reservations 209-296-7711 
 
Mother's Day 
is  
Sunday, May 8th 

 ~Celebrate with Mom at The Union
~

Brunch 10am-3pm 
Dinner 3pm-8pm
Reserve your space now as seating will fill up quickly!

Call for reservations 209-296-7711 



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REST
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Saturday, April 2, 2016

The Deaver Dish - April 2016

  

Inside this Issue:
Start on Steiner
Zins on the Horizon
Mother's Day
Memorial Day Celebration
Spring Lamb


 Start on Steiner April 9 11:00-4:00

Start at Deaver Vineyards for our annual Steiner Road Spring Fling.
Sip on several new releases while enjoy our famous Deaver Dip bar! 
Complimentary Event
Zins on Horizon Friday April 29 and Sunday May 1 
At this once-a-year experience you are invited to BLIND taste 8 Deaver Zinfandels!
Can you pick out the Ten Zins? Nana's Vineyard? Signature Zin? Circa 1860's?

Seminar times available: Please click on time desired to be taken directly to order page. 
Friday, April 29~12pm2pm
Sunday, May 111am12:30pm2pm
$5/per person, Club members complimentary (limit 2 per membership) 
You MUST use coupon code listed on each seminar to receive your complimentary tickets. 
To avoid shipping charges: on the checkout page on the left hand side where it has SHIPPING INFO scroll down and choose: PICK UP AT MAIN LOCATION

Resevations are required, and each session is limited to 20 participants.

Mother's Day May 8 10:30-5:00
Looking for that perfect Mother's Day spot?
Look no further! Let us make this Mother's Day one Mom will never forget. Relax and enjoy a picnic lunch from Andrae's Bakery on the Deaver Green. With choices of Roasted TurkeyKobe Beef Pastrami,Rosemary HamRoasted Tomato with BrieCorned Beef Sandwich on Rye Focaccia, with House pickled Purple cabbage and Smoked Salmon, Capers, Crème Fraiche on a Croissant, all lunches include Golden Beet Salad, a brownie and bottled water.  

Simply click here to order your sandwiches and let us do the rest.
Please do not select the option without a sandwich listed.
Please note: a minimum of two sandwich orders per table reservation to hold a table.  
Have any dietary requests? Feel free to let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you.
We will be offering our Deaver Mimosas (Peach Sparkling & Orange Juice) available by the carafe in the tasting room, you can also preorder wine online when ordering your lunches.
(Please remember no other alcohol  besides Deaver wine may be consumed while on Deaver grounds)

Reservations accepted thru Wednesday May 4th

Memorial Weekend Celebration May 28 11:00-4:00
Enjoy a delicious pizza from RC Pizza Wagon, relax, listen to Dave & Ollie from "Jazz Uncorked" and raise a glass to all those who have given thier lives for our country!
Complimentary Event, Food available for Purchase

Deaver Spring Lamb
It's that time of year again! Deaver lamb is free range and sold by the half or whole. Full of mouthwatering flavors, you will be reluctant to share such a delicacy with your friends and family. Email or call the tasting room at 209-245-4099 today to reserve your lamb, sold by the half ($179.00) or whole lamb ($300.00).

Lamb is available NOW, please call ahead to make sure we have one ready for you. 

Visit our website for a complete calendar of events.


Friday, April 1, 2016

Clark's Corner Newsletter - April 2016


April

New summer wine menu can be enjoyed on our new shaded patio.
Calendar of Events and Dinner Specials
April 1 - Friday;

  * 5pm Choice of Prime Rib, New York Steak, or Salmon.  Served with vegetables and potato dish served with a salad.
Music by:
Dennis and Hank

April 2 - Saturday;  
* Brunch from 9am - 1pm

7pm Music.

April 3 - Sunday;

Brunch from 9am - 1pm

April 4 Monday;

9:30 am - Clark’s Kids * 6pmWeight Watchers Meeting
* Dinner: Catfish tacos with coleslaw (WWP-8)

5pm - 8pm 


April 5 - Tuesday;
5pm - 8pm 

April 6 - Wednesday;
*Sacred Heart Club Meeting
5:30pm – 6:30pm
*Ione Picnic Association Meeting Front Room
6:30pm – 7:30pm

5pm - 8pm 

April 7 Thursday;

* Rotary Lunch 12pm – 1pm
Thursday Night Dinner 5pm – 8pm

5pm - 8pm 

April 8 - Friday;

5pm Choice of Prime Rib, New York Steak, or Salmon.  Served with vegetables and potato dish served with a salad.
Music by:
Dennis and Hank

April 9 - Saturday;

 * Cake tasting Christina Areias
11am – 12pm
*Brunch from 9am - 1pm

April 10 - Sunday;

*Brunch from 9am - 1pm

April 11 - Monday;

9:30 am - Clark’s Kids * 6pmWeight Watchers Meeting
* Dinner: Catfish tacos with coleslaw (WWP-8)

5pm - 8pm 


April 12 Tuesday;

5pm - 8pm 

April 13 - Wednesday;

5pm - 8pm 

April 14 - Thursday;
* Rotary Lunch 12pm – 1pm
Thursday Night Dinner 5pm – 8pm

5pm - 8pm 

April 15 - Friday;
5pm Choice of Prime Rib, New York Steak, or Salmon.  Served with vegetables and potato dish served with a salad.
Music by:
Dennis and Hank
April 16 Saturday;

* Brunch from 9am - 1pm

April 17 Sunday;

* Brunch from 9am - 1pm

April 18 - Monday;
9:30 am - Clark’s Kids * 6pmWeight Watchers Meeting
* Dinner: Catfish tacos with coleslaw (WWP-8)

5pm - 8pm 

April 19  - Tuesday;

5pm - 8pm 

April 20 - Wednesday;
6:30pm – 8:30pm

5pm - 8pm 

April 21 Thursday;

* Rotary Lunch 12pm – 1pm
Thursday Night Dinner 5pm – 8pm


5pm - 8pm 

April 22 - Friday;

5pm Choice of Prime Rib, New York Steak, or Salmon.  Served with vegetables and potato dish served with a salad.
Music by:
Dennis and Hank

April 23 - Saturday;

* Brunch from 9am - 1pm

April 24 - Sunday;

* Brunch from 9am - 1pm

April 25 - Monday;

9:30 am - Clark’s Kids * 6pmWeight Watchers Meeting
* Dinner: Catfish tacos with coleslaw (WWP-8)

5pm - 8pm 

April 26 - Tuesday;

5pm - 8pm 

April 27 - Wednesday;

5pm - 8pm 

April 28 - Thursday;

*Thursday Night Dinner 5pm – 8pm

5pm - 8pm 

April 29 - Friday;

* Sacramento Gun Club Dinner
* 5pm Choice of Prime Rib, New York Steak, or Salmon.  Served with vegetables and potato dish served with a salad.
Music by:
Dennis and Hank

April 30 - Saturday;
* Brunch from 9am - 1pm
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Judge Smith told Clerk Col. Collier he would put him on the next official election ballot.  He did; but also put up his friend Joseph Douglas.  With some manipulation of votes Douglas wins!  A count later showed Collier 976 and Douglas 795.  Collier declares in public: “I will shoot Judge Smith on sight!”  September 14, 1851 Judge Smith stepped down off the steps of the National Hotel and onto the street.  In front of him is Col. Collier who had a large pistol in his waist band.  Collier punched the Judge knocking him down.  The judge tries to pull his pocket pistol and fires one round through his pants, getting it out; he fires three more rounds which find Collier’s right arm, left shoulder, and a fatal bullet between his kidney and liver.  Our first County Judge was charged with murder! Next month the results!

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