Monthly Archives: September 2010

>Sandwich Thins

> Everyone seems to be talking about the low-fat, healthy sandwich thins made by Arnold. Always interested in trying to substitute more healthy foods into my diet, I was anxious to try them. I’ve seen them turned into French toast, … Continue reading

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>Cafe Chloe

>Restaurant Week is truly one of the best ideas ever. For one week, participating restaurants offer a prix fixe menu for around $30 for 3 courses. In San Diego, the menus are tiered based on the expense of the restaurant: … Continue reading

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>Restaurant Week!

>Just finished two excellent dinners during restaurant week! Posting reviews soon! Stay tuned!!!!

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>Ocean Beach Pier Cafe

>Switching gears back to our regularly scheduled programming, I wanted to talk about a place known among locals of San Diego, yet not frequented by tourists. After all, many of the viewers of this blog are probably those who are … Continue reading

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>Gluten-free Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

> Holy geez! I’m on such a PB craving lately. I think that I dream about it. Must be something with the oncoming fall weather, because I’m wanting PB sauce on everything. Finally, I decided that some peanut butter cookies … Continue reading

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>Helmand Palace

>I miss the East Coast. I lived in various spots up and down the East Coast my entire life until I moved to San Diego last November. I never expected to miss it so much, thinking that trading seasons for … Continue reading

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>Sweet Southern Cornbread

> I was invited to an old-fashioned Southern BBQ this weekend, complete with vinegar-y pulled pork. I thought about making my Appalachian cornbread, but thought that a sweet, soft cornbread would taste better with the salty flavors of the pork. … Continue reading

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>Lots of stuff rolling around my head…

>I’m going to Paris in a few weeks. I went in April 2001 and loved it, and I’m looking forward to seeing it again. Lots of plans to make, lots of stuff to do, but I’m trying to keep it … Continue reading

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>Cafe de la Presse

>It was early, but not incredibly early, and we were starving. Starving, which is what happens when you have an early dinner and a late night, then sleep in. You don’t eat for more than 11 hours and when you … Continue reading

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>The Stinking Rose

>Located in the heart of San Francisco’s “Little Italy” district, The Stinking Rose is a serenade to that most Italian of additives, garlic. The Stinking Rose specializes in Italian classics and other fare in which the star is, you guessed … Continue reading

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