Category archives for: Food

New Pacifica executive chef keeps cuisine classy and casual

Stephanie O’Mary-Berwald

Stephanie O’Mary-Berwald has a degree in English Literature, but it was during college nearly 15 years ago when she discovered her real career passion — food

Urban Solace to fill former Paradise Grille space at Flower Hill

The owners of the popular North Park restaurant Urban Solace will be coming to the Flower Hill Promenade this spring

On the Menu: Psst, Have you heard? There’s something special about Cafe Secret

Guests dine on the patio at Cafe Secret.

It’s clear that Cafe Secret is becoming pretty well-known around the county.

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

Kitchen Shrink: Exotic nutmeg: It can be so naughty … and so nice!

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Nothing rings in the holiday season like a sprinkling of fresh grated nutmeg in a frothy glass of eggnog, in a gingerbread cake, in an apple strudel or in a pumpkin tort. Nutmeg has been coveted since antiquity for its enchanting properties, making it the object of a grizzly and greedy tug-of-war. Here’s the vice and the nice on this captivating spice.

Popular Carmel Valley Swirls to offer unique holiday flavors

Carmel Valley Swirls owner Evan Wilensky.  Photo/Karen Billing

The holidays are coming and so are the holiday flavors at Carmel Valley Swirls

No meal over 475 calories is the premise of local chef’s new UTC restaurant

Seasons 52 to open on Nov. 19 in UTC

Dining hot spots go head to head in Chili Challenge

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The Chili & Quackers Challenge was packed with families, face painted kids and chili tasting enthusiasts

Video feature: Food trucks roll into Del Mar, Solana Beach for regular events

Marcko Pavlinovic’s Cooking Channel-featured truck, Mangia Mangia, comes to Del Mar on Wednesdays.

On Oct. 17, both Del Mar and Solana Beach experienced an invasion of food trucks — and they’re here to stay.

Food trucks roll into Del Mar, Solana Beach for regular events

Marcko Pavlinovic’s Cooking Channel-featured truck, Mangia Mangia, comes to Del Mar on Wednesdays.

On Oct. 17, both Del Mar and Solana Beach experienced an invasion of food trucks — and they might be here to stay.

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