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Freshly Baked Bread Makes All the Difference at Michael’s Sourdough Sandwiches

November 19, 2014 5:04 pm

Many people consider San Francisco the ancestral home of sourdough bread, but there are plenty of great bakers in the rest of the Bay Area. One of the most famous is Michael’s Sourdough, which serves up hundreds of amazing sandwiches on fresh-baked sourdough bread every day. A unique yeast starter is the key to this bread, giving it a tang that’s noticeable, but not overpowering. The loaves are also made from all natural ingredients with no added sugar.

Of course, bread alone does not a sandwich make, so the other key ingredients here are the meats, which are prepared in-house from recipes developed by the owner’s grandfather. The choice roast beef with Swiss is popular, as the meat is tender and perfectly seasoned. Also recommended is Michael’s “Dusty Dog,” which pairs smoked chicken and apple sausage with Swiss cheese. Many locals also swear by the liverwurst sandwich. Prices are very reasonable and sandwiches are large.

Michael's Sourdough Sandwiches
5440 State Farm Drive
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
(707) 585-9711
www.michaelssourdoughrohnertpark.com/
www.yelp.com/biz/michaels-sourdough-sandwiches-rohnert-park

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Club House Rentals

November 17, 2014 7:51 pm

Dear Residents,

Are you planning a family get together, birthday party, or just want to host an event and you don't have enough space?

Come by the office to reserve the Club House for your private event!

Rental is only $25/hour with a $100 deposit.

*Reservations are only open to residents*

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Breeze Through Thanksgiving Day With These Helpful Planning Tips

November 12, 2014 7:02 pm

This year it’s your turn to host your family’s Thanksgiving dinner, and you’re likely having more than a few anxious feelings. Fret not, because with these helpful cheats and tricks from around the web, you can pull off a flawless Thanksgiving without breaking a sweat.

Martha Stewart’s Thanksgiving Planner [marthastewart.com]
By taking a few tips from the Queen of Hosting herself, you can execute a Thanksgiving dinner that’s both well-organized and beautifully decorated. This elaborate checklist includes tasks that you should do throughout the entire month of November to prepare for the big dinner so that once it arrives, you’ll feel more than prepared.

PopSugar’s Thanksgiving Cheat Sheet [popsugar.com]
This colorful and aesthetically pleasing cheat sheet also offers a full task list from two weeks before all the way to Thanksgiving Day. From planning a menu to making the cranberry sauce, you won’t miss a beat with by following these simple steps.

AllRecipes’ Thanksgiving Planner [allrecipes.com]
This four-week plan for Thanksgiving prep will help to ensure that you have enough food for all of your guests, the right ingredients for each dish and even a fully-charged camera to capture the whole thing on film.

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