Meet the Chefs of Del Mar

Alma Clarke and Lizeth Crowder enjoy a sample from Pamplemousse Grille.

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Food lovers enjoyed a special afternoon April 10 at the 15th annual Meet the Chefs of Del Mar event, which benefits Casa de Amparo, a San Diego organization devoted to child abuse treatment and prevention. Held at the Del Mar Hilton, 18 of Del Mar’s finest restaurants offered samples of signature dishes. Photos: Jon Clark

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