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Owner Of Hodad's Restaurant Found Dead In Chowchilla

Owner Of Hodad's Restaurant Found Dead In Chowchilla

Feb. 6
By City News Service

Mike Hardin, owner of the popular burger joint with restaurants in Ocean Beach and downtown San Diego, was found dead Thursday in a Chowchilla hotel room.

5,000 Pizzas Headed To Afghanistan For Super Bowl Sunday (Video)

5,000 Pizzas Headed To Afghanistan For Super Bowl Sunday (Video)

Jan. 30
By Beth Ford Roth

The nonprofit group Pizza 4 Patriots is sending 5,000 pies to troops stationed in Afghanistan, so they can enjoy a slice or two (or five) while watching the Super Bowl. And despite Pizza 4 Patriots' name, service members who are Seahawks fans will get their fair share of the pies, too.

Leucadia Man Documents Global Adventure In New Book

Leucadia Man Documents Global Adventure In New Book

Jan. 20
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh, Hoa Quach

Allan Karl visited 35 countries in three years on a motorcycle. He shares his adventures through food and photography in his new book "FORKS: A Quest for Culture, Cuisine, and Connection."

Military Families Stationed Overseas Find Commissary Shelves Empty

Military Families Stationed Overseas Find Commissary Shelves Empty

Jan. 8
By Beth Ford Roth

Military families stationed in Europe and the Pacific are finding it difficult to get the food and supplies they need from their local base commissaries.

Bon Appétit: Judge Blocks California Ban On Foie Gras

Bon Appétit: Judge Blocks California Ban On Foie Gras

Jan. 7
Associated Press

A judge permanently blocked the state attorney general from enforcing the law that took effect two years ago, finding that the federal government's authority to regulate foie gras supersedes the state's.

San Diego Beer Drinkers Find Not All Breweries Welcome Outside Grow...

San Diego Beer Drinkers Find Not All Breweries Welcome Outside Growlers

Dec. 22
By Claire Trageser

Starting this year, California beer drinkers were supposed to be able to take beer jugs called growlers into any brewery and say, "fill 'er up." But not all San Diego breweries have opened up their taps.

Welcoming The Final 'Hobbit' Movie With A Mealtime Marathon

Welcoming The Final 'Hobbit' Movie With A Mealtime Marathon

Dec. 17
By Beth Accomandoand Richard Klein

The latest installment of “The Hobbit Trilogy” — “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” — boasts that it is “The Defining Chapter.” Well, let’s just say that hopefully it will be the last.

Little Italy's Juniper & Ivy Tops San Diego's Best New Restaurant L...

Little Italy's Juniper & Ivy Tops San Diego's Best New Restaurant List

Dec. 9
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

San Diego Magazine food critic Troy Johnson's highly anticipated list of the year's best new restaurants includes expected picks and lots of surprises.

78,000 Pounds Of Turkey Feed Troops Overseas On Thanksgiving

78,000 Pounds Of Turkey Feed Troops Overseas On Thanksgiving

Nov. 26
By Beth Ford Roth

78,000 pounds of turkey. 40,000 pounds of beef. 26,000 pounds of ham. 10,000 pies. That's what it takes to provide a proper Thanksgiving to U.S. troops who are deployed overseas for the holidays.

San Diego Food Writer Shares Thanksgiving Pie Recipes, Tips

San Diego Food Writer Shares Thanksgiving Pie Recipes, Tips

Nov. 26
By Marissa Cabrera, Tom Fudge

It's not too late to bake a pie this Thanksgiving. San Diego food writer Caron Golden joins KPBS Midday Edition to share some of her favorite recipes along with tips and tricks for baking the perfect pie.

Talking Turkey With Chef Bernard Guillas

Talking Turkey With Chef Bernard Guillas

Nov. 26
By Tom Fudge, Patty Lane, Peggy Pico

Are you still defrosting your turkey? Wondering if you should cook your stuffing in or outside the bird? Don't panic. Executive Chef Bernard Guillas has answers.

Group Teaches San Diegans How To Slaughter Animals For Food

Group Teaches San Diegans How To Slaughter Animals For Food

Nov. 24
By Angela Carone

Death for Food, a group of San Diego food writers, ranchers and documentarians, wants to connect meat eaters to the process of how meat gets made by demonstrating how to slaughter animals. Animal-rights activists and vegans are not happy about it.

San Diego Chefs' New Cookbook Celebrates Seafood

San Diego Chefs' New Cookbook Celebrates Seafood

Nov. 19
By Megan Burke, Tom Fudge

Consider fish for holidays. We'll get some tips on cooking tuna, tilapia and more from Chefs Bernard Guillas and Ron Oliver of the Marine Room.

Check Out These Veterans Day Freebies And Discounts

Check Out These Veterans Day Freebies And Discounts

Nov. 10
By Beth Ford Roth

In honor of Veterans Day, restaurant chains and retailers are offering all sorts of discounts and free meals on Nov. 11 for active-duty military, veterans, and reservists.

Baskin-Robbins' Newest Flavor For Veterans Day? Camouflage Ice Cream

Baskin-Robbins' Newest Flavor For Veterans Day? Camouflage Ice Cream

Nov. 6
By Beth Ford Roth

You had me at salty caramel, Baskin-Robbins. But the ice cream chain's newest flavor isn't just about taste. First Class Camouflage is meant to honor our military on Veterans Day.