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• Broccoli — Cut stalks with a sharp knife when broccoli buds are full and firm, but haven’t opened.

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A Vision In Blue

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The blue lagoon that is La Jolla Cove stretches across gentle waves to the coastline of La Jolla Shores and has been one of San Diego's most popular destinations since the 1880s. The expanse of azure surrounded by sandstone cliffs also is one of the most photographed parts of San Diego County. It is hard to imagine, then, a condominium focused on this view with any other inspiration for the makeover of its…
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Soaring Beauty

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Tropical Tranquility

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The grounds around a home in Del Mar transport the owners and visitors to virtual islands When Howard Appel decided "to bring Hawaii to Del Mar," he wasn't talking about typical resort-style landscaping for his ocean-view home.
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Welcome Butterflies

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Focus on Color

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Tomato Troubleshooting

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San Diego's Art Movement

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Much has changed in the realm of cultural creativity over the past few decades Who could have foreseen 35 years ago that San Diego would beat New York, San Francisco and Toronto on the arts and culture playing field? Certainly many longtime residents could not. But the fact that Business Destinations, a luxury magazine for corporate travelers, gave San Diego its 2013 award for North America's Best Destination for…
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Holistic Therapy

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Mindful Art

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Depth Perception

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Use Your Noodles

Asian noodle dishes — comfort food from countries like Vietnam, Thailand, China and Japan — spark lunch and dinner with international flavors. Try these recipes to enjoy mouthwatering blends of savory, sweet and spicy flavors. Look in local Asian markets for ingredients not in typical grocery stores.
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