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The best ceviche in San Diego

El Gringo and his señora dropped in at the 57 Degrees Wine Bar in San Diego Sunday for the Ceviche Showdown. A panel of four celebrity judges sampled a bit of each pescado plate to ...

One rattlesnake, skinned and cleaned

Save a turtle — eat more rattlesnake soup.

This recipe has a special place in my heart, mostly because I personally shot this rattlesnake as it was attempting to attack me while I was dove hunting in the mountains near San Diego. I ...

Five Reasons to Love Bonsall

Pick your pleasure

You won't see big box retailers here. As you gaze the horizon, you see mountains and trees.

A new startup called “googol”

Google is an unintentional misspelling of googol.

To those who made this blog possible

Apple’s grandpappies

Post Title: Alan Turing (b. June 23, 1912; d. June 7, 1954) Post Date: July 23, 2014 In 1936, Alan Turing, at age 24, wrote a research paper entitled “On Computable Numbers, with an Application ...

Soon, I was in the 40/40 flow!

Spring cleaning on fast forward.

The internet will save things for you.

No patch for you

Sorry, Flat Boy.

Post Title: Patches? We ain’t got no stinkin’ patches! Post Date: August 4, 2014 After my usual espresso in Old Town, I headed north but only made it as far as Middletown, by the former ...

The birds around our home are losing their minds

Lessons of birds and seeds.

Post Title: A Box of Beaks Post Date: July 8, 2014 The birds around our home are losing their minds. I understand that the birds and the bees go bananas in the springtime, but this ...

“Mom Card” up for review

Post Title: About this writer You know how you hide the Costco-sized bag of peanut M&Ms in the freezer behind the frozen broccoli and when no one is looking, you sneak a handful and eat ...

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