Fall 2012

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Food and Drink

Restaurant reviews and food trends in San Diego

SD Thanksgiving Guide 2012

Turkeys, buffets, catering, and more

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Everyday Eats: Porchetta at Ariccia in La Jolla

Pig out on this pork belly and loin roast sandwich in La Jolla.

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Everyday Eats: Baja Tuesday at the Blind Burro

Nab a trio of street tacos or a house margarita for $5 each on Tuesdays at this new Baja-Med spot in the East Village.

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Local Bounty: December 21

Breakfast, Milanese Style

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Local Bounty: Holiday Gifts

Edible Christmas Giving

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Everyday Eats: Macaroni and Cheese at Cafe Chloe

Cafe Chloe's mac and cheese captures three cheesy textures in one decadent dish.

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Local Bounty: December 10

A treasure trove of heirloom apples

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Everyday Eats: Nessie Sandwich at Supernatural Sandwiches

Scoop up some "sea to sandwich" fare at the SD Public Market.

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Beer of the Week: Dec. 7

Stone 12.12.12 Vertical Epic Ale

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Local Bounty: December 3

A Persimmon Fest at Specialty Produce

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