Spring 2012

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Food and Drink

Restaurant reviews and food trends in San Diego

Local Bounty: March 18

Sweet Paris Baguette

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Beer of the Week: June 22

The Lost Abbey / New Belgium Mo Betta Bretta and Brett Beer

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Everyday Eats: Napizza in Little Italy

It's hip to be square at Little Italy's newest slice joint.

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Local Bounty: An Exotic Twist on Summer Iced Teas

Finally, a place where you can try out exotic versions of old friends

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Beer of the Week: Latitude 33° Vanilla’s Porter

The familiar taste of vanilla finds its way into this full-bodied porter

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2012 Fair Food Quiz

2012 SD Fair Food: Can you spot the fake?

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Everyday Eats: Bananas Foster Belgian Waffle from The Red Door

$10 buys you one of the best-outfitted waffles in town

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Local Bounty: Homegrown Meats

Delicious, hormone- and antibiotic-free meats ranging from homemade sausages to beef jerky

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Beer of the Week: Stone 10th Anniversary Ruination IPA

Brewmaster Mitch Steele takes this already agro beer and ups the ante

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Local Bounty: A Walk on the Odd Side of Vegetables

We’re on the cusp of summer and these vegetables won’t last long.

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