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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter WednesdaY, April 24, 2013 11B The stars of the 2013 Taste of Plumas are the chefs and restaurant owners, business wineries and local brewers that bring their culinary artistry to an appreciative public. Votes tallied: Taste of Plumas names favorites Friends and neighbors gathered to sample local culinary creations and vote for their favorites at the seventh annual Taste of Plumas on April 13. Tables filled with food and wine ringed the big room at the fairgrounds. Dozens of culinary artists and staff people hand-delivered an extraordinary array of dishes to more than 300 samplers, who spent th evening appreciating the food and company. Taste of Plumas is an important fundraiser for Plumas Arts and the organization noted that budget expectations were met at this celebration of culinary arts. The Taste of Plumas invites attendees to v0te for their  favori[e" /iffpIihg&apos; Jr/ .... several categories. General comments indicated that choosing among so many wonderful tastings was no easy task since all the restaurants outdid themselves this year. Every participant received numerous votes. The results of the vote tally are as follows. Southern Accent's Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce was the runaway favorite dessert with Sterling Sage's crepes and truffles paired with their Pink Pometini coming in as the favorite dessert pairing. Nakoma Golf Resort's crab Chowder and Apple Coleslaw Salad was the front-runner in the soup category, with the Thai Coconut Chicken Soup by the Feather River College Stocks and Sauces Class also getting iii2i/!!ii!i:i!  Hundreds of'tasterS fill Serpillo Hall on April 13 at the seventh annual Taste of Plumas. Photos by Lisa a significant number of votes. American Valley Baking once again won favorite's hono[ s for its Breads and Spreads. Many votes were also cast for Southern Accent's Muffaletta Sandwich. Entree favorites and top vote getters in the pairing category were Longboards Bar & Grill's Salmon Cake and Deviled Crab Salad as well as Courthouse Cafe's Mexi-Cali Slider. Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch's ShrimP Jambalaya, The Knocks' Burgundy Beef over polenta and Patti's Thunder Cafe's Spring Strata served with a mimosa also garnered many mentions as well. Appetizer favorites were Bella Luna Creative Catering's Thai Bite and Pangaea Caf and Pub's Sushi and Inari Pockets. Numerous votes were also cast for Moon's Artichoke Dip and Feather River College Professional Chef's house-made Mascarpone, Beet and Almond with Balsamic Drizzle. Both of these were served over crostini. Presentation and appetizer awards went to Young's Market for its extensive array of cheeses, olives, dips, crackers and cured meats creatively assembled on marble slabs festooned with edible greenery. Carol's Caf and Catering also won praise for the presentation of Smoked Pork Riblets with Papaya Green Chile BBQ Sauce placed upon a bamboo plate with a cilantro leaf i Beckwourth Fire will be hosting: S-270 Basic Air Operations When: May 4th & 5th, 2013 Where: Beckwourth Fire Department, Station 1, 180 Main St., Beckwourth Time: 8am-5pm NWCG Certifications and CEUs will be given at the completion of the class. Cost: $20.00 donation per student. Bring a lunch for both days Wines are presented with a Kelty/Sierra Moon Photography ..... cjrih: ..... This class is a requirement for Fireline EMT/Paramedic RSVP, Class size is limited. Please contact Beckwourth Fire District, (530) 832-1008 or e-mail pressed between potato slivers. Courthouse Caf6 won a significant number of votes in the pairing, entree and dessert categories, coming in as the 2013 Best of Show favorite with Mexi-Cali Sliders paired with a Mango-Lime Margarita and a lemon-flavored pastry called "Boiled Egg." Wines from dozens of wineries were available for tasting. The Brewing Lair of the Lost Sierra brough locally brewed beers to and the evening meal was topped off with a selection of fair trade coffees from the Alley Cat Caf. "It can be truly said that a good time was had by all," said Roxanne Valladao, director of Plumas Arts. "Everyone was impressed by how all the restaurants shined like the stars on this beautiful spring evening." ,9,, KITTENS & CATS! 1 Go to to see all the cats that need homes! O If you have an "un fixed" cat, get her spayed NOW We have discount  certificates for people unable to afford the cost of surgery on their own Visit the CATHOUSE - 2453 E. Main, Quincy , tqe .. Wed-Fri 123irSat102rcal12835433[ ,... Sl OFF .P. ill ' PET FOOD epe 10ib bag or larger e__e  Hv 89, Greenville* 284-7313 ee "9' "< *:" " ;" ....... HuH '525530_258.0323Main St., Chester IlH'ge'qe' q9 e THOMAS t," .,-,. "" I',',' ,qp. i   n 131StneA:"-Chester "q" .9.. 00a_rnes .eicn00e I. ,9,. 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