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Chef Profiles

The Making of San Diego's Only Michelin-Starred Restaurant

Chef William Bradley shares the specific things Addison does to makes them a star
July 30, 2019

Javier Plascencia Eyes Barrio Logan

The award-winning chef is all over Mexico, but looks to make a San Diego comeback
July 25, 2018

4 San Diego Chefs' Guide to Entertaining

Buzzy local chefs give us the scoop on hosting the ultimate dinner party, plus recipes for their impress-the-guests dishes
May 29, 2018

Meet the Founders of the New Officine Buona Forchetta

Native Italians Matteo Cattaneo and Mario Cassineri talk recipes, family-friendly dining, and the virtues of good bread
December 23, 2016

Ina Garten Unveils New Cookbook in San Diego

The Barefoot Contessa chef will talk career, cuisine, and Jeffrey at Balboa Theatre in November
October 28, 2016

Former Miss San Diego Takes on MasterChef

Local beauty queen makes the top 15 on Fox cooking show
August 23, 2016

V.I.P: Flor Franco

Meet the Valle de Guadalupe’s rising star chef
August 26, 2014

The Ivy League

Under star chef Richard Blais, Juniper & Ivy is in an elite class
July 25, 2014

San Diego Son

How an Encinitas native became chef at the world’s best restaurant.
July 23, 2014

Restaurant Review: Croce's Park West

Squeezed out of downtown, Croce’s has never looked more alive
May 19, 2014

The Marine Room's Chef Bernard Guillas

The art of presentation. The Marine Room's chef Bernard Guillas prepares Alaskan halibut with red walnuts, quinoa, cara cara orange, and an absinthe infusion
May 19, 2014

Where the Chefs Eat

Who better to know about the best food in town than the chefs themselves?
May 19, 2014

Chef Accursio Lota Creates Solare's House-Made Ravioli

Cut from the same cloth. Readers named Accursio Lota as Best Chef. Here, he and his team create Solare’s house-made ravioli, with fresh spinach and ricotta, topped with butter sauce and a sage garnish.
May 19, 2014

Handle With Care: Juniper & Ivy

The team at Juniper & Ivy inspects every detail with keen eyes.
May 19, 2014

Food Blogger Favorites

From fish tacos to focaccia, eight San Diego foodies share their favorite dishes around town.
May 19, 2014

V.I.P. Greg Lukasiewicz

The restaurateur behind Bull Taco
April 14, 2014

Mrs. Lilien's Sweet Deal

The Coronado doyenne, designer, and mixology enthusiast, whose new recipe book, Mrs. Lilien's Dessert Cocktail Swatchbook, hits shelves May 13, dishes on her spirited lifestyle.
April 14, 2014

Waypoint Public Review

Waypoint Public makes once-novel beer pairing dinners an everyday thing
April 14, 2014

Top 10 Reasons for Starting Karl Strauss Brewing Company

Matt Rattner, president and co-founder, gives his top 10 reasons for the starting the business
April 11, 2014
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