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Education gets culinary kick from instructor

Education gets culinary kick from instructor

DEL MAR — Fernanda Larson is a certified nutritionist and culinary instructor who uses cooking to teach reading, writing and arithmetic as well as science, social studies and other subjects to local elementary school students.

Friends reunite for new Cardiff restaurant

Friends reunite for new Cardiff restaurant

CARDIFF-BY-THE-SEA — Chris Garza, his co-manager and the main chef at the newly opened Flat Rock grew up in the Bay Area and have been friends since they were teens. But they took very different paths to get to Cardiff.

Curb cafes to come to Carlsbad

Curb cafes to come to Carlsbad

CARLSBAD — New patio dining areas may be popping up in the Village thanks to approval from City Council for a three-year curb café pilot program.

Italian food comes naturally for family

Italian food comes naturally for family

SANTALUZ — It’s safe to say that Rosina Gangale lives and breathes Italian food.

Experiences of Japanese farming, culture make way into new book

Experiences of Japanese farming, culture make way into new book

RANCHO SANTA FE — Author Nancy Singleton Hachisu will share her love of Japanese farm culture and food with a cooking demonstration and signing of her first book, “Japanese Farm Food,” at Chino Farms 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 10. 

Farmers market likely for Ranch

RANCHO SANTA FE — The idea of having a farmers market in Rancho Santa Fe is moving forward, despite the objections of a few residents who don’t like the idea of inviting outsiders into the Village.

Proposal for farmers market opposed by some in Ranch

Proposal for farmers market opposed by some in Ranch

RANCHO SANTA FE — Not everyone thinks a farmers market in Rancho Santa Fe is a good idea and said so at the Nov. 15 meeting of the Association.