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Soleil Ho named the San Francisco Chronicle’s new restaurant critic

Melanie Wong | Dec 5, 201812:45 PM     4

" , , , Before becoming one of the most recognizable and progressive voices in food media, Ho cooked in kitchens across the country. Her culinary career spanned roughly eight and a half years, including stints in the kitchens of Grand Cafe in South Minneapolis and Bayona in New Orleans. She also served as a consulting chef for Bonito Kitchen, a restaurant her mother launched in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. , , "

Soleil Ho Named The San Francisco Chronicles New Restaurant Critic

The San Francisco Chronicle has named Soleil Ho, a nationally recognized food journalist and trained chef, to be the company’s next restaurant critic...

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