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Adventure Travel | Ride the Baja Divide
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Adventure Travel | Ride the Baja Divide

A Baja Adventure for the Outdoorsy Type It’s rocky, sandy, dusty terrain for 2,000 miles. You need to lug 2-3 days worth of food and water at a time on your bicycle and it may take 6 weeks to travel the whole thing but the Baja Divide might just be something you might totally want...

This little Piggy Went to the Market… in TJ
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This little Piggy Went to the Market… in TJ

When the opportunity arises to head across the border for a few hours, I do not hesitate. I hopped in the car with Chef Chad White on Monday for a trip to the market and an exploration in squash. —Translation:  He had a photo shoot with photographer/videographer Jim Sullivan and I went along for the...

Deckman’s En El Mogor Hosts Chef’s Plate 4
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Deckman’s En El Mogor Hosts Chef’s Plate 4

Saturday was predicted to be low to mid 80’s in the Valle and it was stupendous! Chef’s Roll hosted Chef’s Plate 4 at Deckman’s En El Mogor, Chef Drew Deckman’s idyllic rancho on the hill with long views through Valle de Guadalupe. Surrounded by El Mogor vineyards and perched on a hill, the pepper tree dotted...

Chef’s Plate 4: Headed to Mexico!
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Chef’s Plate 4: Headed to Mexico!

On July 25th, a swarm of gringos will be headed across the border to feast at Deckman’s El Mogor for some of the most incredible bites created by famed ##Valle de Guadalupe #chefs Drew Deckman, Miguel Angel Guerrero and Benito Molina!  The afternoon will be an encounter of delightful competition that will spark culinary creativity...

Chef Javier Plascencia Breaks Ground in Little Italy!
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Chef Javier Plascencia Breaks Ground in Little Italy!

Little Italy is teeming with incredible culinary hot spots so it is NO surprise that Chef Javier Plascencia has chosen this buzzing neighborhood for his next restaurant, bracero. Bracero, which means one who works with their hands and arms, is inspired by the Mexican laborers who were contracted to fill in with the labor shortage during...

A Culinary Battle at the Border | Oct. 18 & 19
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A Culinary Battle at the Border | Oct. 18 & 19

Mind Your P’s & Q’s It will be a fight to the finish… a food fight that is. Tijuana Innovadora has organized the “Batalla Culinaria” (Culinary Battle), a cooking competition that will blend team’s of chefs from both sides of the border to compete against each other to win the titles for one of three categories;...

Natalia Badan - Valle De Guadalupe resident, Courtesy of New York Times, San Diego region
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Secret Votes Threaten Valle de Guadalupe

Plans to develop 996 acres with a golf course, spa and 400+ homes in the Valle de Guadalupe have been published. The development is being funded by a prominent developer, Carlos Lagos, who is said to have the ear of many Ensenada officials. A secret, nighttime vote was scheduled to permit the use of nearly...

"From Farm & Vineyard to Your Table" Flyer
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The Foodie Scene in Baja is HOT HOT HOT

Another spectacular food experience is being brought to you by renowned Chef Javier Plascencia who is hosting a few of his friends of extreme culinary talent to create an undeniably spectacular feast in the midst of the scenic beauty of Baja’s wine country, Valle de Guadalupe. “From Farm & Vineyard to Your Table” will be...