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Meet The Fetals

Balut Southeast Asia 20th century cinema has given us creatures that evoke revulsion and fear, reducing audiences to howling, horrified school girls; who can forget watching the chest-burster plowing its way through John Hurt’s writhing body in Alien, or the … Continue reading

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Finer Diner

54 Twenty Hollywood (Los Angeles), California It’s a sweltering mid-morning in Hollywood; a man in a plaid short-sleeved shirt and a pair of jeans with frayed knees walks into a small diner that looks as though it has been pristinely … Continue reading

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Bambi vs. Lorena Bobbitt

Deer penis soup and other Chinese delights Hop Woo, Chinatown, Los Angeles As any longtime readers of Trippy Food will attest, I would walk out of brain surgery to try one of Chef Lupe Liang’s amazing and exotic dishes at … Continue reading

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Drunks Along The Mohawk

Mohawk Bend Echo Park (L.A.), California Leave it to Tony Yanow, the producer behind the hit “Tony’s Darts Away” in Burbank, California to debut his next project in the resurrection of a 100 year-old vaudeville house in Los Angeles’ hip, … Continue reading

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Chic Korea

moko (***CLOSED***) Culver City, California Los Angeles’ Koreatown features a plethora of grill-it-yourself BBQ joints frequented by Angelenos, and while there’s something intoxicating about hearing raw animal flesh pop and crackle over a gas flame, there’s an undiscovered country of … Continue reading

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