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Oct 10, 2019

Rancho Bernardo Inn's Avant unveils garden-focused tasting menu -

French-American cafe Per Se in New York and Grant Achatz’s molecular gastronomy mecca, Alinea, in Chicago. Finally he landed in his dream city of San Diego, where he landed a job at Searsucker and was promoted from line cook to sous chef in just one month. At age 20, he was named executive chef at the short-lived Gabardine restaurant. Then he worked at L’Auberge Del Mar’s Kitchen 1540 and La Jolla’s Nine-Ten before being appointed opening executive chef at Double Standard Kitchenetta in the Gaslamp Quarter at age 24.Double Standard’s elevated opening menu proved too ambitious for its budget-conscious diners, but the restaurant’s owner, David Mainiero, thought Gentile’s finer-dining concept would work well in his native Arizona. So last fall, Gentile headed to Scottsdale, where he quickly renovated by hand a former burgers-and-beer joint to open Parma Italian Roots. It was an instant success.A Phoenix newspaper named Parma Best New Italian Restaurant and Gentile Best New Chef. But after six months shuffling between the two restaurants in San Diego and Scottsdale, Gentile missed his girlfriend in San Diego, and he wanted to get back in the kitchen again. That’s when the Avant opportunity came along. Anise “ravioli” with Dungeness crab, cucumber consomme and fermented lime oil, one of the dishes on the new Avant Garde tasting menu at Rancho Bernardo Inn’s Avant restaurant.(Courtesy photo) Gentile said the Inn has embraced his ideas, which sometimes spill out of his brain so quickly his mouth rushes to keep up. Among the Avant Garde dishes he’s developed recently are sous-vide lamb with beet glass, butter powder and hickory rosemary smoke; anise “ravioli” with cucumber consomme and fermented lime oil; cured and ash-crusted scallop in a nasturtium vinaigrette; and roast pumpkin served in a petrified pumpkin shell.Gentile likes using molecular gastronomy techniques to create new textures, enhance flavors and ensure consistency, but he knows the scientific cooking methods have turned off many diners in past years. Execution, he said, is everything. Advertisement “Molecular gastronomy can give a dish the ‘wow’ factor but nothing disheartens me more than having a tasteless foam or powder,” he said.Gentile said he’s excited to be working in the same kitchen where famed chef Gavin Kaysen became a breakout culinary superstar with his modern cooking techniques at El Biz, which closed in 2012 after 44 years. Avant has never been able to match the fame of El Biz but Gentile said he’s got...

Oct 10, 2019

It's fall, which means it's prime plant sale time in Southern California - Los Angeles Times

The plant list will be listed on the website two weeks before the sale. rsabg.orgOct. 19-21San Diego Botanic Garden 37th Fall Plant Sale includes California natives, cactus, succulents, bromeliads, fruit trees and subtropical plants. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 19 and 20, 9 a.m. to noon on Oct. 21. Early entry at 8 a.m. for Larabee and Benefactor Society members, 9 a.m. entry for basic members. Free with $18 admission to the gardens ($12 seniors) members enter free, 230 Quail Gardens Drive, Encinitas. Advertisement Oct. 24-26Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers & Native Plants 2019 Fall Plant Sale is the foundation’s largest sale of the year, offering its widest assortment of native plants bulbs, seeds and other merchandise at 15 percent off normal prices for members and 10 percent off for non members. An inventory of available plants is online. Foundation members at or above the contributor level can shop the preview sale on Oct. 23 from 12:30-4:30 p.m. Regular sale hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 10459 Tuxford St., in Sun Valley. theodorepayne.orgOct. 25-27Fall Plant Sale at the Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens includes manzanita, salvia, buckwheat, ceanothus, desert mallow, and many other California natives, as well as low-water Southwestern plants such as Texas ranger, tecoma and chocolate daisy, and Australian natives such as grevillea and callistemon. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day. Free with $25 general admission to the gardens ($21 seniors), 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino. huntington.orgNov. 2California Native Plant Sale by the Riverside-San Bernardino Chapter of the California Native Plant Society promises popular and easy-care native plants, seeds and bulbs plus experts who can answer questions about lawn alternatives, habitat gardens and general garden advice. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District, 4500 Glenwood Drive in Riverside. CNPS members get a 10% discount. riverside-sanbernardino.cnps.orgNov. 2-3California Native Plant Sale at the Fullerton Arboretum offers more than 100 plant Mediterranean, drought-resistant plant varieties propagated by arboretum volunteers and staff. Free admission and parking, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., members get early admission at 9 a.m.

Aug 22, 2019

Eugene Day Obituary - Pacifica, CA | San Francisco Chronicle -

He was born on Jan.27, 1938 in Hollywood, CA and raised at the Mission Orphanage in San Diego. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps when he was only 17 years old and he served his country with distinction for 28 years. In his civilian years, he joined the Presidio Fire Department where he served for 22 years, retiring in 1988 as the Assistant Fire Chief. Always full of energy and looking to serve, Eugene then accepted a role as the fire inspector for Pacifica Fire Department for the next 14 years. He was very proud of his service, and intent on making a difference in the world. He loved helping others and touched the lives of so many, making many friends along the way.Eugene leaves behind his devoted and loving wife Cecelia Day as well as his children Kevin (Tracy), Michael (Christine), Heidi (Zane), Ray (Tina), and David (Brenda). He was predeceased by his son Terry. He is survived by his brother Tom (and Sophie), and his sister Grace. He was an adoring grandpa and enjoyed every minute he had with his grandchildren - Marina, Lindsay, Emily, Cortez, and Zoe. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews who span the United States, from California to as far east as Maine. And he really enjoyed traveling to visit them.Eugene was a devout man and a longtime parishioner of St. Peter Parish in Pacifica and the Men's Club. He had a huge passion for the military and US history and he enjoyed having lengthy conversations with anyone about war and politics. He and his wife were also world travelers. Visiting just about every country across the globe during their years...

Aug 22, 2019

Art Alive brings flowers, cars and interactive workshops to SDMA -

Kicking off its 38th annual Art Alive exhibition, the San Diego Museum of Art will welcome more than 12,000 guests to four days of art, music, food and, of course, flowers. Hosted April 11-14, the promenade of events begins with a black tie dinner on Thursday, with the perennially popular Bloom Bash going down Friday eveningThe weekend will feature almost 100 floral designers interpreting works of art into botanical showpieces throughout the museum. For this year’s premier display, Jennifer McGarigle, founder of Floral Art, was tapped as the Rotunda Designer. She will create a large-scale floral wonderland themed after the museum’s Alfred Eisenstaedt: Life and Legacy photography exhibition.Bloom Bash will also feature interactive art installations including works by Monty Montgomery, a local San Diego muralist, and Dominic Fontana, a San Francisco-based artist known for his large scale pieces with a most interesting and curious medium: Tape. For this event, Fontana was teamed up with BMW, after talking with Sarah Grossman, the Manager of...

Mar 29, 2019

'You come for the flowers': Long lines don't deter visitors from seeing Lake Elsinore poppies - The Desert Sun

Foz Saeed, 46, of San Diego toured the poppies with two other friends and said she saw people taking off their bags and jackets and placing them on the flowers. "This is a gift. We have to be respectful of it," Saeed said. MORE: Here's a guide to California's wildflower super bloom It's illegal to pick poppies that grow on state- or federal-owned land. The Lake Elsinore poppies are spread out on property that has a "hodgepodge of ownership," which makes it difficult to enforce rules, Reichardt said. Landowners include the Bureau of Land Management, Southern California Edison and Riverside County. Visitors have tried to help by advising others not to damage any poppies and Riverside County officials are sharing that sentiment. "Staying on the well-established trail keeps people in a better, safe area," Reichardt said. Shuttles are only necessary on weekends to avoid congestion when large crowds show up. Broader access should be available on weekdays, although officials will continue to monitor traffic. Shuttles are available 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends. It wasn't unusual to see long lines of people waiting for their rides. MORE: Joshua Tree National Park sees record attendance thanks to wildflowers All weekend, Interstate 15 was congested in the area near Walker Canyon, according to Riverside County traffic maps.

Mar 15, 2019

How to See California's Super Bloom - Condé Nast Traveler

ParkFields of wildflowers have started to bloom in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, the largest state park in California (about 90 miles northeast of San Diego). The California Department of Parks and Recreation recommends the following locations for spotting different species of blooms (updated March 12, 2019):For purple sand verbena: Drive east on Highway S-22, then park in the large pullout between mile markers 30 and 31.For desert sunflower, brown-eyed primrose, desert lilies, and lupine: Drive east on Highway S-22, park by mile marker 35, and walk into Arroyo Salado, Coachwhip Canyon, or Ella Wash. (Flowers are currently nearing their peak.)For yellow poppies: Visit the "Texas Dip" on Borrego Springs Road just north of Highway 78, or the Cactus Loop Trail across from the Tamarisk Grove campground.For yellow desert dandelions: Drive north on DiGiorgio Road in Borrego Springs.For pretty much everything: Head to the popular wildflower field along Henderson Canyon Road, between DiGiorgio Road and S-22.Many of the above sites are just seeing the beginning stages of a super bloom, so as long as weather conditions remain steady, we could potentially see peak blooms last through late March or into early April.Diamond Valley LakeDiamond Valley Lake's wildflower trail opened on March 9 in the southwest Riverside County reserve, about halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego. Golden poppies have just started to spring up in the fields around the reservoir, but peak bloom isn't expected until mid-March. The trail is open Wednesdays through Sundays; entry fees are $10 to park and $3/person to hike.Since we live in a selfie-taking world, it's worth noting that visitors should avoid wandering off the designated walking trails at any of the above sites. While it might be tempting to lay down in the flowers or nab that perfectly pensive pose, you'd only be trampling the flowers and worsening the conditions for any future super blooms. Now go forth and make Mother Nature proud.


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