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Category Archives: Food

The Feast Serves up a Banquet in Portland


In 2012, Mike Thelin and Carrie Welch founded Feast Portland with a mission to combat childhood hunger in Oregon. Over the past five years, “Bon Appétit presents Feast Portland: A Celebration Of Oregon Bounty” has emerged as not only a food and drink festival but also a movement designed to showcase Oregon’s culinary bounty. Net proceeds from Feast Portland are donated to Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon and Share Our… Read More

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The Best Gluten Free Resort in Mexico

Villa Del Palmar Loreto Gluten Free Resort

Traveling with a food allergy is challenging. I am gluten intolerant and my son is allergic to dairy and we have to be very cautious about food when traveling, especially internationally. I tend to be a bit skeptical that the language barrier may hinder complete understanding that I must not eat gluten versus I don’t like gluten. The last thing I want, is to be sick from eating gluten while… Read More

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Time to Eat … A lot of Little Food


My thoughts on enjoying a Tasting Menu in Seattle vs Surprise Menu in Spain.  Cost for each menu had me shelling out over a hundred bucks with no regrets. Gone is my desire to sit down for under sixty minutes at a nice restaurant and eat one huge entree of meat, pasta or salad.  Give me two and a half hours oohing and ahhing course after course of creative, esthetic,… Read More

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Susanna’s – Rosarito – Restaurant Review


After spending the morning exploring Las Playas de Tijuana with a few friends, we headed about 20 minutes south to Rosarito Beach for lunch. It’s been years since I’ve visited the seaside town once known as the spot for a wild spring break. My memories of Rosarito include some wild spring break adventures during my days at San Diego State. Additional memories of Rosarito are from when I lived in… Read More

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Malva – Valle de Guadalupe – Restaurant Review

Malva Restaurant in Valle de Gudalupe

If you take a look at Malva’s twitter page and website you will see …… Cocina hecha con ingredientes de la tierra Baja Californiana de la mano de nuestro Chef Roberto Alcocer. Cocina de Baja California por @alcocerroberto, criamos nuestros borregos, cuidamos nuestra huerta y huerto, cocinamos en asador y horno de lena. Translated to english this means:  Cooking made ​​with ingredients from the earth of Baja Californian hand of our Chef… Read More

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BC Bistro & Cava – Ensenada – Restaurant Review

I love a girls getaway. Even more fun is a mother-daughter getaway. It’s been a while since my mom, aka Penny Williams and I had a fun road trip or a weekend away together. Even better, this long weekend was in Baja California and was centered around wine tasting, food and spa treatments. I’d say that is the recipe for a relaxing and satisfying trip! We stayed at the Hotel Coral and Marina, located at… Read More

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Palacio Azteca – Tijuana – Restaurant Review

Ravioli with poblano cheese and spinach.

On a recent trip to Baja California I was fortunate to be invited to lunch with a friend Juan Arturo Saldana Angulo who works with Discover Tijuana. I had visited Ensenada and the Valle de Guadalupe wine region with Penny Williams, my mom and editor for and on our way back to San Diego we met up with Juan who took us on a tour of Tijuana; up into the… Read More

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The Best Beer on the West Coast is Creating a Legacy


  Just a few miles from downtown Oceanside, California something is brewing.  It’s the migration of the San Diego microbrewing industry and it’s spreading out all over the Southern part of this awesome state. Yes, home to surfers and military, San Diego has continued a trend from the great Northwest within the beer world and it’s trickled North to Oceanside where Legacy brewing is creating something different. Once a motorcycle… Read More

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Treat Yourself to a Tasty Bite from America’s Finest City


San Diego is one of the top culinary cities in the nation. Many of the world’s best chefs call America’s Finest City home and Bite San Diego allows tourists and locals alike to satisfy their appetites. With walking tours mapped out all over the city, Bite San Diego pairs culinary hot spots with historical bits of trivia, creating the perfect combination. I had the opportunity to experience the Downtown/Little Italy… Read More

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