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Introducing The Baja California Culinary Fest, October 5th-9th

Baja chef Antonio Santoyo's langostines with salad and mixed grains

Baja chef Antonio Santoyo's langostines with salad and mixed grainsPhoto: Baja Culinary fest via Facebook

Street Gourmet L.A. Bill Esparza sends over the thrilling news that Baja California is hosting its first unified food and restaurant festival this October to highlight the chefs and food scene of our attached Mexican state, being held over five days in five different Baja cities: Tijuana, MexiCali, Ensenada, Tecate, and Rosarito. So what's in store and which of our locals will participate?

Seeking to highlight Baja's scope of chefs, restaurants, and food and wine producers, the event will include a hunting trip with chef Miguel Angel Guerrero, themed dinners, a margarita and jazz festival, a seaside lobster celebration, and varied cooking classes featuring the participants.

Influential Baja chefs like Javier Plascencia and Benito Molina will be joined by Playa and Rivera's John Sedlar and Julian Cox, Steve Livigni and Pablo Moix of Descarga and Harvard and Stone, as well as T.V.'s Marcela Valladolid, San Diego's Jason Nibb, and D.F. toques like Lula Martín del Campo and Pablo San Román, among the many great culinary guests coming to launch the festival.

To start planning, visit The Baja Culinary Fest's website and check it out on Facebook.

Baja California Culinary Fest 2011
October 5th-9th

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