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The hottest thing in San Diego food right now just might be Tijuana.

Best Things I Ate This Month: March 2017

Red Curry at Supannee Thai, Milk-Fed Rack of Lamb at Ponsaty’s, and Chicken Crisp at Rare Form

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The Best Food & Drink Events in March

Ceviche Wednesdays at Isabel PB, Spring Winemaker Dinner, and Beer vs. Wine Dinner

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Give Us Back Our (Pink, Himalayan) Salt and Pepper

Diners clamor for it, say chefs need to drop the ego

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First Look: Hive

Kearny Mesa gets a massive new project from the Chorus Karaoke owners

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You Can't Be Trusted With Salt and Pepper, and Here's Why

Local chefs are joining the conversation

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Where Are You, Salt & Pepper?

Salt and pepper have been banished from San Diego restaurant tables and it’s a crime

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The Best Food & Drink Events in February and March

Chef Phil Esteban at Galaxy's Taco Takeover, Family Winemakers Tasting, and Festa Della Donna

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Best Things I Ate This Month: February 2017

Roasted Carrots at The Hake, Posole Verde at Galaxy Taco, and the Pumpkin Waffle at Café 222

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The Secret to Avoiding Food Guilt

Food delivery companies allow us to shame eat with abandon

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First Look: Crack Shack Encinitas

The fast-casual chicken joint opens its first North County location

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