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Puzzling Adventure Wine Experience

Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014 34567 Rancho California Road, Temecula, CA

2014 Summer Kids Series At Belmont Park

Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014 Belmont Park

Dive-In Theatre At The Pearl Hotel

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San Diego Cooks: Lobster Macaroni and Cheese

Feb. 8
By Monica Medina
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San Diego's best Macaroni and Cheese recipe revealed, which Chefs Deborah Scott and Mike Suttles were gracious enough to share!

San Diego Cooks: Southwest Cuisine for College Students

Jan. 10
By Monica Medina
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What to do if you’re a college student with a hankering for Mexican food? And, what to do if you want to cook it yourself?

Hungry? MCAS Miramar Hosts Gourmet Food Trucks

Jan. 9
By Beth Ford Roth
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Craving a butter-poached lobster grilled cheese? Or perhaps a freshly-made crepe with blue cheese and raspberries? Troops with refined appetites can head over to MCAS Miramar, where a corral of gourmet food trucks have been allowed on base to replace a food court under construction.

San Diego Food Bank's New President Talks About Challenges Ahead

Jan. 8
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Record numbers of people in need continue to strain the resources of the San Diego Food Bank. The new CEO shares his plans for the bank's future.

San Diego Cooks: ‘Mexillent’ Hot Chocolate Cupcakes

Jan. 2
By Monica Medina
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Margo Porras is on a health mission, of sorts. As a San Diego-based blogger, she wants Latinos, particularly those of Mexican descent, like her, to eat healthier.

Sale of Homemade Cookies Now Legal

Jan. 2
By Angela Carone
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As of January 1st, some foods prepared in a home kitchen can be sold at places like local farmers markets.

San Diego Cooks: Orange Stuffing

Dec. 20
By Deanna Mackey
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I didn’t know stuffing was “supposed” to be brown until I was 8-or 9 years-old and realized the bready, lumpy dish on my paternal grandmother’s Christmas table was ALSO stuffing. I say “also” because until that point, to me, stuffing had only been one color…an earthy shade of orange.

San Diego Cooks: German Rouladen

Dec. 19
By Monica Medina
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Susan McBeth grew up, the daughter of an Air Force father and a German mother. For her, living on a base, there was nothing like her mother’s cooking.

A Bounty Of Holiday Food Gifts For San Diego Foodies

Dec. 17
Midday Edition
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A bounty of holiday food gifts for San Diego foodies.

'The Line' Documentary Shows Families In Poverty Across U.S.

Dec. 4
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A new documentary, screening tonight in San Diego, puts a human face on poverty in America and challenges stereotypes about the poor.

Great Craft Brew And Beer-Inspired Food In San Diego

Nov. 6
Midday Edition
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San Diego is right in the middle of its annual beer week event. But have you ever thought of cooking with beer? The brewmaster from Mission Brewery and the author of "Brew Food" talks about drinking and cooking with beer.

Prop 37 Could Set National Tone On Labeling Genetically Modified Food

Oct. 17
Midday Edition
By Claire Trageser
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Proposition 37 is attracting national attention because of the message it could send about our food. The measure would make California the first state in the U.S. to require labeling for genetically modified food.

California Marine Using Cooking Skills To Make Dream Come True

Oct. 2
By Beth Ford Roth
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California native Staff Sgt. Juan Contreras, a Marine with the I Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward), has always had a passion for cooking. He hopes the food service skills he's picking up in the Marine Corps will help him open a restaurant in San Diego one day.

Get Junk Food Out Of Schools, Say Military Leaders

Sept. 25
By Beth Ford Roth
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A group of high-ranking retired military officials is calling on our country's public schools to remove junk food from their campuses. They say it's a matter of national security.

San Diego Public Market Under Way

Sept. 21
By Angela Carone
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San Diego has joined the ranks of cities with a public market. Seattle has one, the historic Pike Place, and San Francisco has the Ferry Building. An indoor market with permanent food and produce vendors will open in San Diego next spring. The first phase is under way and open to the public.