Stephanie Morgan of Seabirds, Part Three

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 19, 2010
Today we conclude our profile of Stephanie Morgan, the proprietor of the Seabirds gourmet vegan food truck, with a recipe she wants to share. If you missed the first or second part of the profile, click here and here. Otherwise, read on. ] Chopped...
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