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El Agave Restaurant to open its second location in Del Mar this spring

El Agave Restaurant and Tequileria is set to open its sister restaurant, El Agave Del Mar, at 1555 Camino Del Mar by mid-March. This second location will feature the menu’s same authentic items and a breathtaking rooftop ocean view.

El Agave Del Mar is dedicated to authentic Hispanic nouvelle cuisine.

Expert brings popular ‘mobile teaching kitchen’ to Del Mar Hills Academy

Lauren and Sophia enjoy their finished product. Photos/Karen Billing

The Del Mar Hills art room was transformed into a mini kitchen for mini chefs recently as it was overtaken by a Cook for Thought children’s cooking class after school. Cook for Thought founder and director Fernanda Larson led an enthusiastic group of students through making their own pita bread from scratch, paired with hummus and grilled eggplant they prepared.

Larson, a Del Mar resident and Hills parent, started Cook for Thought to provide curriculum-integrated culinary experiences for “curious minds that are hungry for knowledge.”

Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito’s Center for a Healthy Lifestyle in Solana Beach introduces the Youth Culinary Academy

Starting on Feb. 24, The Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito’s Center for a Healthy Lifestyle will present the new Youth Culinary Academy, a culinary school for kids. The Youth Culinary Academy (YCA) aims to provide realistic, innovative and entertaining culinary school training for youth ages 12 and under at the Center for a Healthy Lifestyle in Solana Beach.

Local restaurant celebrates grand opening with charity fundraiser

Local Restaurant celebrates grand opening with Charity Fundraiser

Locals celebrated the grand opening of a new sweet and savory pie shop on Jan. 25 with food and a fundraiser.

Addison’s Chef William Bradley wins Robb Report Culinary Masters Competition for 2014

Executive Chef/Director William Bradley of Addison

Unveiled in the January 2014 issue of Robb Report, the magazine has named Executive Chef/Director William Bradley of Addison, the signature restaurant at The Grand Del Mar, as the winner of its second annual Culinary Masters Competition. Bradley, nominated for this competition by master chef Thomas Keller, showcased his elegant, winning five-course dinner at the Fairmont Miramar in Los Angeles on Aug. 10, 2013.

Carmel Valley Chef Grace Abdo to be featured at Macy’s cooking class

Chef Grace Abdo and Chef Bernard Guillas conduct “French Macarons on the Spice Trail” cooking class at Macy’s Home Store on Dec. 28.

Carmel Valley resident Grace Abdo, chef and founder of La Reine des Macarons (in French, “The Queen of Macarons”) has been invited by Executive Chef Bernard Guillas of the Marine Room to feature her gourmet, gluten-free food delicacy at a “Rising Star” cooking class series on Saturday, Dec. 28. The event begins at noon at [...]

Customers line up for Del Mar natives’ popular new ice cream sandwich shop The Baked Bear

Shane Stanger and Robby Robbins, Torrey Pines High grads, started The Baked Bear ice cream sandwich shop in Pacific Beach.

The Pacific Beach ice cream sandwich shop, dreamed up by Torrey Pines High School graduates Shane Stanger and Robby Robbins, has become one of San Diego’s favorite treats since opening in May last year.

Farmer Chef to speak at the Solana Beach Garden Club

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m., Mil Krecu, also known as the Farmer Chef, will be presenting the program “From the Farm to the Table.” The topic will cover planting, preserving and cooking the vegetables you grow.

Del Mar women launch all-natural, flavorful products

Colette Bolitho and Jennifer Woodmansee both have three children, a background in health, and a passion for cooking and entertaining. So when the two Del Mar residents teamed up to create quality-preserved products a year ago, it seemed like a natural fit.

New Searsucker restaurant now open in Carmel Valley with goal of providing a family-friendly eatery

A Searsucker small bite of squid, "sweet heat" sauce and apple.

Del Mar Highlands’ Searsucker has taken big efforts to introduce itself to the community as a brighter, simpler, less-cluttered, quieter, more family-friendly eatery than its predecessor Burlap

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