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Tag Archives: BBQ
The Meat On The Skewer Goes Round And Round
Status Kuo Mar Vista (Los Angeles), California Describing the recently opened Status Kuo as status quo for its busy corner of Los Angeles’ Mar Vista neighborhood would be a gross misrepresentation – the name is a play on words for … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged BBQ, CA, California, chanterelle, chicken, David Kuo, Donald Watson, jackfruit, kabocha, L.A., LA, lamb, Los Angeles, Mar Vista, meat, pasta, pies, pork, rotisserie, skewers, squash, Status Kuo, sunchoke, Taiwanese Sunday Gravy, tri-tip Comments Off on The Meat On The Skewer Goes Round And Round
This Blogger Walks Into A Roadhouse…
Roadhouse LA at The Improv Los Angeles, California Roadhouse LA’s frontage features roll-up windows, corrugated tin and stone trim and an unfinished barn door entrance – a comforting sight for a bubba looking for some backwoods chow and a contrast … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged #cornbreadpudding, Adam Fleischman, arancini, Atlanta, bacon, barbecue, BBQ, borage, CA, California, campfire, carrots, chef, chicken-fried, cilantro, collard green, cornbread, Fatty 'Cue, fish taco, GA, Georgia, global, hamachi, Hollywood, jalapeno, Jimmy Dalton, L.A., lamb, Little Dickel Dew Ya, Los Angeles, marshmallow, Mountain Dew, Niman Ranch, peaches, peanuts, pork, pudding, ribs, rind, road house, roadhouse, Roadhouse LA, Robbie Richter, root beer, salmon, smoked, spice, tequila, The Improv, watermelon 2 Comments
Johnny Pacific Winnetka, California John Walquist was born into the food service industry and grew to love surfing; almost a decade ago he merged those two methodologies into a modest and casual establishment whose gruff exterior in a miniature strip … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged aioli, Andouille, barbecue, basil, BBQ, beef, CA, Cajun, California, cheese, chicken, chimichurri, chipotle, chocolate, chorizo, coconut, crust, dessert, dipping sauce, empanada, ham, Johnny Pacific, Kailua, Monterey Jack, mushroom, onions, peppers, poblano, pork, potato, satay, sausage, spinach, surfing, sweet and sour, Thai, tinga, vegetable, veggie, Winnetka Comments Off on Here’s Johnny
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
Posted in Asia, Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna) Tagged Aperol, Asian pear, asparagus, banchan, bao, BBQ, beef, blood orange, blue shrimp, CA, California, citrus, Culver City, duck, Dungeness crab, egg custard, fluke, green tea shortcake, grill, hamachi, jeon, kimchi, Korea, Koreatown, Kumamoto, liqueur, lotus root, Manhattan, Maraschino, marrow, moko, namul, New Caledonian, Old Overholt, oysters, pancake, parfait, pork belly, rye, scallops, soju, squid, ssam, tuna, watermelon 2 Comments
Yes, We Khan
Mongolian Cultural Festival and Fair Los Angeles, California Discuss aspects of Mongolian culture with most Westerners (particularly Americans) and the conversation is likely to gravitate to two topics: Genghis Khan and Mongolian BBQ. Fortunately at the first of what hopefully … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Happenings (Events) Tagged aaruul, airag, ankle bone shooting, BBQ, boodog, buuz, CA, California, City Hall, fermented mare's milk, Genghis Khan, groundhog, harvsai, horse, huushuur, Khan, L.A., LA, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Area Mongolian Association, marmot, Mongolia, Mongolian Cultural Festival, Sarnai Shuherjav, shagai, Zula Damdin 1 Comment