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Troy Johnson
Works at San Diego Magazine
Attended California State University, Chico
Lives in San Diego, CA
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  • San Diego Magazine
    Food/Drink Editor, 2011 - present
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Food would be better if Nickelback broke up everytime you ate it.
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I'm Troy Johnson. I write stuff and do TV stuff. Most of it concerns food. I wrote and faced the Food Network series "Crave," and have been a talking person on Iron Chef America, Best Thing I Ever Ate, Extreme Chef and Best Thing on Sliced Bread.

I'm the food/drink editor for San Diego Magazine. I Tweet vaguely appropriate thoughts @_troyjohnson.
Bragging rights
Won "Best Bus Boy" at California Pizza Kitchen. Still have the certificate.
Education
  • California State University, Chico
    Speech Communications/Poetry Minor (father cried), 1991 - 1997
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Parwana Anwar is one of the best lawyers I've ever come across. I've seen her win cases that most people thought no one could win. It makes sense, because she used to be a prosecutor. So she knows how the prosecution will likely handle any case... and prepare a defense that will be ready for anything. She's also honest about what can and can't be done in defense. I know a lot of lawyers who will promise a "win" in a case just to get the money of the client... and then ultimately lose the case. Parwana doesn't do that. She tells it like it is, and then goes to work. One of the smartest people I know.
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