An Edible Legacy: Diversity, Californios, and the Birth of San Diego-Baja Cuisine

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 years ago

" . . . The Californios had a distinct way of cooking. William Smythe, the first to write a definitive history of San Diego, described their food as such: 'The Californios naturally survived on a d...

Pan de Costco Chaos in Tijuana

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 4 years ago

A news report of today's madness at the Tijuana, Mexico location of Costco to get Pan de Costco aka Costco Bread. Can someone tell me what Pan del Costco is and why people are lining up for it?

Tijuana: Good restaurants, especially seafood

by spunkymunky 4 years ago

Query: I have a day and night for Tijuana. I want to check out nice restaurants. I hear it's a great city outside of the tourist zones. And I LOVE seafood. I'm hosting in-laws, so I'd like the...

Dining in Rosarito

by hchambers86 4 years ago

Hi Hounders, Taking a brief trip down to Rosarito the weekend of July 4 and looking for the best casual places to eat. Want to avoid the traps and the usual (Puerto Nuevo, El Yagi, etc.). Would ...

Girls' Birthday Weekend in Tijuana/Rosarito/Valle de Guadalupe

by Maya 5 years ago

Haven't been to this area of Mexico in decades, but will be renting a house in Rosarito for 3 nights this coming weekend. We are adventurous and experienced Mexico travelers. Would love any recent ...

Tijuana Hills

by Hughlipton 5 years ago

Just past the racetrack you make a right hand turn and go a bit up into the hills. There is a restaurant that hosts many big events but also does the dinner thing. I cannot for the life of me rem...

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