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Wine & Seafood Pairing

Please join us on Saturday, October 13, noon to 3pm at the Wine & Seafood Pairing during the Santa Barbara Harbor & Seafood Festival. We are celebrating fall and local seafood with the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum on their beautiful patio overlooking the harbor.

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October 08. 2018 | By | 0 comments

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Santa Barbara Harbor & Seafood Festival

Please join us on Saturday, October 14, noon to 3pm at the Wine & Seafood Pairing during the Santa Barbara Harbor & Seafood Festival. We are celebrating fall and local seafood with the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum on their beautiful patio overlooking the harbor.

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September 18. 2017 | By | 0 comments

Appetizers, Food, Local Challenge, Recipes, Recipes

Conrad’s Ceviche

Conrad Gonzales of Valle Fresh says his inspiration for this recipe came from a love of citrus-cured fish. He says, “Tuna, salmon, halibut, shrimp, scallops—I love playing with different flavors and textures of ceviche. I like a creamy and crunchy element in the form of avocado and fresh fried corn chips.” This particular recipe is

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October 01. 2016 | By Conrad Gonzales | 0 comments

Food, Local Challenge, Recipes, Main Dishes, Recipes

California Spiny Lobster Roll

Photo by Rosminah Brown California spiny lobster must be eaten fresh. If you have a fresh lobster and do not have time to eat it all that day, you can remove the tail and freeze it for later. Store the detached tail in a container of water, letting it freeze in the ice. Thaw it

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October 01. 2016 | By Rosminah Brown | 0 comments

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In Search of Bugs

Scott Engelman with his catch. Photo by Rosminah Brown On a sunny afternoon, we drive out to Goleta Beach, set up the gear, unload a two-person kayak and drag it to the water. Within minutes we’ve pushed beyond the waves and are paddling our way past the pier. Once we’ve found a favorite spot, it’s

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October 01. 2016 | By Rosminah Brown | 0 comments


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