Show 15, February 2, 2013: Leah DiBernardo, Executive Chef & Co-Owner of E.A.T. (Extraordinary Artisan Table) in Temecula and head (as a volunteer) of the Slow Food Temecula Valley convivium.

Restaurateur & Chef Leah DiBernardo of E.A.T. (Extraordinary Artisan Table)The storefront E.A.T. café and marketplace in Temecula is celebrating it’s year anniversary although Leah has been doing acclaimed catering in the Temecula Valley for a number of years. You can dine leisurely at one of the family style tables in the cafe or the locally sourced cuisine can be packed up to be re-heated at home.

Food philosophy at E.A.T. is simple – embrace & glorify seasonal produce, locally procured meats & wines that are made in the Temecula Valley, whenever possible. We produce our cuisine with the best to ensure that the flavors and quality of our ingredients make your taste buds pop.”

Leah also donates her time to head the Slow Food Chapter in the Temecula Valley. As a non-profit they raise money to create produce gardens in the local schools and better educate the students on health and sound nutrition.

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