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Restaurant Review: BeeSalt Balcony, Del Mar

They have been in business around 5 months, replacing a fast food taco shop and I must tell you that I am ‘wow’d’ by BeeSalt Balcony. At first, I didn’t want to go in because I didn’t know what the name meant. I thought it might be honey and desserts. When I finally heard that it was Greek food, I ...

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Cancer Fighting Foods Class, Part II

Today, I am presenting the work I gathered for the Del Mar Fairgrounds Cancer Fighting Foods Class, Part II. If I would give you all my research, this would be a 2,600 word blog. Maybe I should write a book, but for the moment I’m giving you highlights, a ‘starter’  kit you can use to then do your own research. ...

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Del Mar Fairgrounds Cooking Class

Yesterday was my last day this summer to do my Del Mar Fairgrounds Cooking Class. This time, it was “Cancer Fighting Foods”. I created a fun game at The Fair yesterday. I asked you (audience members) questions just to see how much you know about Cancer Fighting Foods, giving you ideas of what to cook if you’re vegan, or what ...

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Del Mar Fairgrounds Cooking Class – Part II

Hi there! Chef Marian here again with the Del Mar Fairgrounds Cooking Class – Part II as promised. And although my next on stage appearance on the 18th of this month (Home & Hobby Kitchen, 2nd floor, 2:30pm) will deal with “Cancer Fighting Foods” and I may have a few hints for you here, you will get the bulk on ...

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GMO Update

Not to be a broken record, but as I get new information from time to time I will send you a GMO Update.  Such is the case today. My information comes from the Rich Roll Podcast with Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones, the film-making couple behind a new movie on the scene about GMO, called Consumed, The Movie. While this is ...

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Jacques Pépin: With Love from Chef Marian

Some people like to savor over a relaxing cup of tea or coffee. Others garden. Some read a good book. I realized today that I record 5 days of Jacques Pépin on PBS and Saturday mornings, stay in bed with Composition Book in hand, to see what little nuggets of gold I can get from him. First and foremost? Cook with ...

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