Newest Stick-a-Fork Blogger Debuts Here; And On TV!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 2, 2010
The Bacon Explosion from Ed Lin on Vimeo. Did you notice a new byline on our blog yesterday? Yes, it's none other than Professor Salt, a.k.a. Shuji Sakai! The man, who has been giving sage food advice on the Orange County Chowhound Board for as...
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