Come join Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm as we “wine” down our season at the Golden Autumn Wine Festival hosted by United Way and the North Sierra Wine Trail.
There will be 20 wineries from Yuba, Sutter, Nevada and Placer counties featuring their wines for tastings, accompanied free tasty hors d’oeuvres. You can also take a break from wine to try out some great, local Olive Oils or have a Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm BBQ lunch (sold separately).
All proceeds from ticket sales to the event will benefit the Yuba-Sutter United Way. United Way is a non-profit organization benefiting local communities throughout the United States in a number of different ways. Some of these including: healthier living,improvements in education and helping individuals achieve financial stability. Their mission is to “improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good”.
Buy your ticket by Monday, October 22nd for free parking on the day of the event! Be sure to print your ticket to show to the parking attendant.
Wagner Ranch Nature Area 350 Camino Pablo, Orinda
Sunday October 12th 1pm-4pm
The Friends of the Wagner Ranch Nature Area would like all to join for the annual Olive Festival held at the Wagner Ranch Nature Area. Come learn about the world of olives through games, olive oil tasting, and chef demonstrations. Don’t forget to participate in the new Olive Recipe Contest! Details can be found at our Facebook page Wagner Ranch Nature Area under groups.
Entrance is free so please come and enjoy autumn harvest with us!
Tickets go on sale Sept. 2nd at www.sierraoro.org or you can stay and play at our farm for $5.00.
Stop by our tasting room with your friends and family, we are going to be open July 12th, 19th and 26th
from 12-5PM. We have some fun new gift items available as well as our “Award Winning” olive oils and vinegars
for purchase, and of course free tastes.
We’re very excited to have www.grantedwinery.com wines available for tastings too. Our nearby wineries will be open and www.hickmanfamilyvineyards.com
will be having a Summer Concert Series starting at 6PM. So, lots of fun to be had in our lower Foothill town of Bangor!
We can’t wait for April in Carneros at Schug Winery, we’ll be pouring
and sampling our entire line of “Award Winning” Olive Oils and Vinegars
this weekend of April 26th-27th under the big tent at gorgeous Schug Winery
in Sonoma. If you’ve never attended April in Carneros before it is completely
worth penciling into your schedule, drop everything and get to wine country!!
Over 30 prestigious wineries open their doors for one great price and have special
events over the entire weekend.
APRIL IN CARNEROS
Join us on April 26 & 27 for an Open House featuring dozens of Carneros Wineries! Details and links to tickets will be posted shortly.
Date: April 26-27, 2014
Phone: (800) 909-4352
We know many of you are not in California but if you can’t make it, we can still offer
you a nice promotion for 15% off any Calolea Olive Oil Products for Spring. Please use
this promotional price code SPRING14 for 15% off your entire order
Recipe provided by Winter Rosebudd
Homemade mustard is so easy and so much more delicious than anything store bought. You can add different ingredients after soaking your seeds overnight and flavor it any way you want!
Note, the brown mustard seeds are quite a bit hotter than the yellow, so adjust according to your taste. I used equal parts in this recipe, along with a tablespoon of habanero oil, so this one packs a punch and that’s how we like it around here!
I recommend getting the best and freshest mustard seeds you can. They keep awhile, but lose potency after 4-6 months.
Calolea Habanero oil and Ale mustard
1/2 cup brown mustard seeds
1/2 cup yellow mustard seeds.
3/4 cup Calolea White Balsamic Vinegar
1/4 cup ale (any brown beer will do)
Soak seeds in above ingredients in a covered bowl on the counter overnight. You should see that the seeds have absorbed all of the liquid and are nice and plump.
Put seed mixture in a food processor and add the following ingredients…
3 fresh cloves of garlic
1 tablespoon Calolea Habanero oil (or less if you prefer)
1 tablespoon salt
Blend until the seeds start to break up and get creamy. Adjust seasoning. If it seems dry, add more vinegar or beer to taste (or whatever you can think of!). Scoop into jars and stick it in the fridge and don’t even look at it for at least a couple days. You want the flavors to combine and it just gets better over time!
We’re so excited for you to try our Hottest new product!! You asked us for Hot and we listened, so get your Habanero Olive Oil while it lasts. We did not produce huge quantities this year, but we will gauge the sales for next years harvest.
Club members will receive Habanero oil in their next shipments.
This oil is HOT!! Please use sparingly mixed in sauces, condiments, marinades, mustards or drizzled over soup.
You can place your orders at www.calolea.com Or at our
local farmers markets soon. Auburn, Roseville, Sunnyvale, Kaiser: Fremont and Oakland