Meet the Chefs of Del Mar

John and Ursula Salbato, Chef Jeffrey Strauss

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Chefs from 15 of Del Mar’s finest restaurants joined Casa de Amparo to recognize Child Abuse Prevention Month at the 17th annual Meet the Chefs of Del Mar on April 14. The popular food and wine event was held poolside at the Hilton Del Mar.

All proceeds support Casa de Amparo programs and services for abused, neglected and at-risk children and families throughout San Diego County. Visit casadeamparo.org. Photos/Jon Clark

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