Category archives for: Food

Delicias restaurant announces new Chef de Cuisine

RSF’s Delicias restaurant owner Owen Perry recently introduced Steve Molina as Chef de Cuisine

Kitchen Shrink: Re-strutting its stuff – a lesson in turkey

what to do with the carcass and uneaten meat from roughly 46 million turkeys?

Fall in love with autumn’s harvest

sweet-potatoes

‘Tis the season for hearty veggies with pungent aromas, divine rich flavors and interesting back stories to dial-up your dishes and answer your culinary curiosities

Breakfast‘s an epiphany, so discover marvelous morning meals

Catherine Kaufman

“Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a lord, and dinner like a pauper.”

Popular Zel’s Del Mar ready for third anniversary celebration

Greg Glassman and Jenn Powers at Zel’s Del Mar

Jenn Powers and Greg Glassman thought about throwing a party after their restaurant, Zel’s Del Mar, had been open for a year. And they thought about it after the second year but, again, it didn’t happen.

There’s more than one way to make a s’more, señor!

SMORES

Aug. 10 has been designated “National S’mores Day” in honor of this quintessential campfire treat.

Burlap chef to appear on ‘Bizarre Foods America’; Viewing party to be held July 16

Sinsay will be taking Zimmern to National City’s best Filippino restaurants. To celebrate this appearance, Sinsay will host a viewing party at Burlap on July 16 from 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m., offering complimentary Filipino street foods and drink specials to guests in attendance.

San Diego Symphony’s Summer Pops series runs through Labor Day

San Diego Symphony’s annual outdoor summer concert series, The Ashford University Summer Pops, run now through Labor Day at Embarcadero Marina Park South, on San Diego Bay right behind the San Diego Convention Center.

Navigate the rows of the mighty maize with this primer

By Catharine Kaufman What better way to salute America on the Fourth of July than to rejoice with one of the staple crops of the fledgling nation – corn. Corn of Plenty Squanto was the Native American savior of the New England colonists. He taught them to use the Iroquois’ “Three Sisters” method of planting. [...]

Lobster tales and other fish stories for National Seafood Month

For devoted pescavores, here’s a primer on getting the best and most out of this delightful treasure of the sea.

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  • VA System Working with Local Providers to Reduce Wait Times July 28, 2014
    By Joseph Franz Wait times at the VA has been a common headline lately. The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs has come under fire as tens of thousands of veterans nationwide have been waiting three months or more to get their first VA medical appointment. This has caused dozens of investigations and led Veterans Affairs […]
  • Local camp shapes Solana Beach youth into community leaders July 28, 2014
    After attending the inaugural La Colonia de Eden Gardens Youth Leadership Camp last year, Edgar Vergara was inspired to make positive change in Solana Beach’s Eden Gardens community. Along with other local teens, the 15-year-old co-founded the youth group La Colonia Changers and recently hosted a town hall forum on underage drinking. Passionate about making […]
  • Del Mar Union School District approves new contract for superintendent July 28, 2014
    The Del Mar Union School District Board July 23 approved the new contract for Superintendent Holly McClurg through June 30, 2018. Per the contract, McClurg’s annual salary will be $185,000 with an annual doctoral stipend of $10,000. She will receive a car allowance of $400 a month, 25 vacation days, health benefits and a retirement contribution of $700 a mon […]

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