If you didn’t already know, mushrooms are a pretty decent food—aside from how they taste, I mean, which can be awesome in its own right. Pennsylvania makes the most mushrooms in the United States, and should be proud of it, considering that they are chock full of selenium, potassium, vitamin D, niacin, and many other nutrients. They’re fat and cholesterol free and low in calories, making them a great snack for dieters. They also make a great substitute for meat. With all of these reasons, how could you go wrong with mushrooms? Try adding them to your life throughout September, National Mushroom Month, by…
Hanging up our scented brooms. Mmm… they make our home smell like cinnamon and cloves and look so rustic and beautiful on the doors.
Swapping out the candles. Gone are the citrusy scents reserved for summer. Warm vanilla, apple cinnamon, and the aroma of baked goods will soon waft through the house, tantalizing our senses and making us wonder how we’ve functioned the rest of the year without these comforts.
As the time progresses you can see the grape flowers turn into delicious fruit... which is then turned into even more delicious wine! What more could a guy ask for? the trip is only about 1.5 or so hours and will be well worth it.
Take a short drive from Sacramento to the Napa Valley with the directins below - you will be glad you did!
- Take I-5 South and connect with the I-80 West bypass, and follow the signs to San Francisco.
- Then take Highway 12 towards Napa and turn right on Hwy. 29 north.
- Follow the exits on Highway 29 to enter Napa. To go to Yountville, Oakville, Rutherford, St. Helena, or Calistoga stay on Highway 29.