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Touch down Super Bowl Sunday with foods from the seafood capitals

Courtesy of Chef Matt, The Commons

Tailgate parties will be heating up throughout the Big Easy on Feb. 3 making a pit stop at New Orleans’ Mercedes-Benz Superdome 6:30 p.m.

Soup’s On! around the world

Spicy Soothing Chicken Soup

oup has truly evolved from its primitive beginnings

There must be 50 ways to lose your love handles

As we ring in 2013, most of us carry some baggage from last year. I’m talking cottage cheese thighs, muffin tops, beer bellies.

What’s new foodie? Here’s a peek at the latest gustatory trends

As 2012 comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the best and worst of the food trends

It’s the time of the year to go nuts about chestnuts

chestnuts

Chestnuts are possibly one of the oldest food sources, dating back to the Flintstone era.

The Holidays and weight gain: Put the skids on the ‘Seasonal Seven’

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’Tis the season for packing on pounds — from Halloween’s candy orgy through to New Year’s cocktail culture with some fatty, carbo-loading pit stops

For fun and flavor, make it a holiday full of ginger

Gingerbread is the quintessential treat for the holidays.

Re-strutting its stuff – a lesson in turkey

what to do with the carcass and uneaten meat from roughly 46 million turkeys

When Murphy meets Tom in the Thanksgiving kitchen

Courtesy of National Turkey Federation

Thanksgiving is, hands down, the holiday when both seasoned and rookie cooks create unprecedented (and quite humorous) gustatory gaffes

The power of pom

pom

Those gorgeous magenta spheroids, eye candy in the produce aisle, pull you in and beckon to be taken home

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  • Next step in Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club sale likely to be mid-October
    The Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club board won’t likely make a decision on the sale of its clubhouse until mid-October, according to co-president Fred Wasserman. The 1.04-acre property, home to the 7,974-square-foot clubhouse, has been listed with Colliers International and the realtors are handling all offers submitted. Nobody on the board is discussing the offe […]
  • Rancho Santa Fe water district director resigns after qualifying for ballot
    An announcement by John Ingalls, a 12-year veteran of the Santa Fe Irrigation District board, that he would immediately step down from his seat and not seek a fourth term, means that none of the three open seats on the panel will be contested at the voting booth this November. Ingalls, a Rancho Santa Fe resident who had filed his papers to run for a fourth t […]
  • Rancho Santa Fe resident among seven new trustees joining UC San Diego Foundation Board
    Proactive stewards, higher education advocates and expert financial strategists, UC San Diego Foundation trustees play an important role in cultivating community partnerships and garnering resources to support UC San Diego research, teaching and public service initiatives. Trustees govern the Foundation, including managing net assets totaling $717 million, i […]