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Sunday’s Farmers Market- La Jolla

Vista may host the oldest and longest running Farmers Market in the San Diego area, but La Jolla has one of the best- the La Jolla Open Aire Farmers Market. A couple dozen international food stalls serve breakfast and brunch foods for you to snack on while you shop at a wide variety of produce stands- organic… Continue reading Sunday’s Farmers Market- La Jolla

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Burros, not Burritos- Have You Discovered El Pescador Yet?

One of the first places we discovered upon moving back home to California was a leetle-beety-teeny-tiny fish joint El Pescador. In its new location, right across the street from the old, El Pescador now has an eat-in area for the patrons at least by ten times the original spot's size. As a regular, let me… Continue reading Burros, not Burritos- Have You Discovered El Pescador Yet?

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Change of Plans and Tuna Salad Needs Jalapeños

I love helping drive the field trip carpools for my kid's school- I love these kids! The morning trip to the courthouse and afternoon doctor appointment left me with having to change today's plans... but as one of the teachers who trained me used to say, "Tomorrow is another day!" Instead of my go-to favorite… Continue reading Change of Plans and Tuna Salad Needs Jalapeños