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- Here, Eat This! Follow Kiki Maraschino on her adventures in Los Angeles and points beyond as she searches out the perfect catfish, the ultimate taco, and tries to avoid arrest.
- LA Foodie podcasts A great food-based audio program. LA Foodie is Drew Hubbard and Ben Waters, looking for the best eats in LA and usually finding them.
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- Portland Monthly Magazine – Eat and Drink A definitive guide to dining in Portland, Oregon
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- TV Food and Drink The blog that combines TV, food and drink for a cultural experience in your own home
- What The Fuck Should I Make For Dinner? A very vulgar and hilarious interactive site to help you choose what to make for dinner
- Exotic Meat Market.com Exotic Meat market invites you to celebrate life with their exotic wild game meats, the product of their passion and dreams.
- Hop Woo Chinese cuisine extraordinaire in Los Angeles’ Chinatown district
- Kali Dining Site for the underground restaurant in the L.A. area by Chef Kevin Meehan
- Lindy & Grundy Local, Pastured and Organic Meats – your Los Angeles butcher shop
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Tag Archives: beef
Locanda Positano Marina del Rey, California Locanda Positano is a dot on the commercial stretch of Lincoln Avenue that runs from Marina del Rey through Santa Monica; you might just miss this tiny gem if you blink. The fare is … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged beef, boar, bresaola, CA, California, charcuterie, chef, Cinghiale, Gorgonzola, Italian, Italy, lamb, Locanda Positano, Marina Del Rey, Michelangelo Pinto, misto, mozzarella, Naples, noodles, octopus, olive, ossobuco, panna cotta, Paolo Scovolo, pappardelle, pasta, Pecorino, penne, Piedmontese, Salame Felino, speck, tagliatelle, Tagliere, veal, wine Comments Off on Little Italy
A Whole Lot Of Bull
Chianina Long Beach, California Michael Dene’s latest Long Beach-area venture in the space formerly housing Kelly’s of Naples launched only a few weeks ago, but is poised to introduce diners to the rare and powerful breed of cattle that lends … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged amuse bouche, appetizer, beef, Bistecca alla Fiorentina, CA, California, chef, Chianina, Italy, Kelly's, Long Beach, Michael Dene, Naples, oysters, panna cotta, Piedmontese, pork belly, razor clams, risotto, shellfish, steer, White Mountain Comments Off on A Whole Lot Of Bull
Tower Of Flour
Pica Pica Maize Kitchen San Francisco, California It may come as a surprise that some of the most ingenious inventions or discoveries made over the years were not the by-product of countless man-hours slaving over a hot Bunsen burner, but … Continue reading
Posted in San Francisco Tagged Adriana Lopez Vermut, arepa, beef, CA, California, chef, chicken, corn, Diablo Queen, guava, Leopoldo Lopez Gil, Maize Kitchen, Mojo, Monica Varela, Pica Pica, pork, salsa, San Francisco, South American, The Castro, Tom Carlaccini, Venezuela, Venezuelan, yucca 2 Comments
King of the Hill
Hilltop Steakhouse Saugus, Massachusetts ***CLOSED*** Some expanses of American highway were preordained as incubators for notable roadside attractions, such as Interstate 94 in North Dakota, legendary Route 66 and U.S. Route 1 north of Boston. The latter is a cluttered … Continue reading
Posted in New England Tagged beef, Boston, cactus, cattle, Frank Giuffrida, Hilltop Lounge, Hilltop Steak House, Hilltop Steakhouse, loin flap, MA, Massachusetts, Porterhouse, rib eye, Route 1, Saugus, sirloin tips, steak tips 5 Comments
It’s Creepy And It’s Kooky, Mysterious And Spooky
The Offally Spooky menu at Wood and Vine Hollywood (Los Angeles), California Spooky is a relative term; as it applies to cuisine, offal, entrails and otherwise questionable animal parts may evoke a gag reflex from Fear Factor contestants, while I … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged bacon, beef, beet salad, black pudding, blood, bread pudding, CA, calf, California, chef, Chopped, entrails, Gavin Mills, Hollywood, L.A., LA, lamb brain, liver, Los Angeles, marrow, offal, Offally Spooky, pie, pumpkin, ravioli, s weetbreads, shaved pig head, snout2tail, steak and kidney, Tavern, tongue, Westwood, Wood & Vine, Wood and Vine Comments Off on It’s Creepy And It’s Kooky, Mysterious And Spooky