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Sacramento's Farm-To-Fork event shows off the city's culinary side




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America's Farm-to-Table Capital

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A herd of 50 longhorn cattle stampeded through downtown Sacramento on Monday. They were there to make a point: Sacramento is a cowtown and proud of it.

As part of the affair, chef Steve Toso of the restaurant BIBA will be whipping up several delicious dishes, all made from local ingredients.

The event was a kick off to the capital's first ever Farm-to-Fork week, a 10-day stretch intended to show off the local food scene. For more on Sacramento's Farm-to-Fork week, we're joined by Mike Testa of the Sacramento Convention and Visitors Bureau.