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- Amy Scattergood L.A. Weekly’s Food Blog editor’s own site – not updated lately but some magnificent writing
- Biggest Menu Share Your Taste – a wide variety of global reader contributed menu items
- Epic Meal Time An over-the-top YouTube video channel featuring testosterone-fueled cooking
- Food Truck Times Real Reviews of the LA Lunch Trucks
- GrapeSmart Because Wine Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive to Be Good.
- 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.
- Let Me Eat Cake Manila Machine co-founder. Cake lover. Donut fiend.
- Portland Monthly Magazine – Eat and Drink A definitive guide to dining in Portland, Oregon
- Sausages & the Like Everything you wanted to know about sausage from A to Z
- The Glutster A desmadroso food, booze and punk rock blog
- The Minty The Minty is a Los Angeles lifestyle blog focusing on the city’s dining, dating, arts and culture scenes.
- 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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- Hometown America Your Guide to Offbeat, Odd America Travel Attractions
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- Oscar Mayer's Hotdogger Blog Wienermobile tracker Want to see the Wienermobile? Here’s how
- RoadsideAmerica.com Your Online guide to Offbeat Tourist Attractions
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Tag Archives: beer
Take A Taco
Tacoteca Santa Monica, California In the de facto American taco capitol, nary a head would turn or eye bat at the opening of another high-end taqueria, but with the house specialty being Mexican alcoholic beverages such as tejuno, pulque, tepache, … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged Adam Fleischman, Aguacatero, beer, Bradley Japhe, CA, California, chapulines, chef, copita, duck, elote, entomophagy, Gilbert Marquez, grasshoppers, guayaba, Ilegal Mezcal, maguey, mescal, Mexican, mezcals, mole, Oaxacan, pulque, Ricardo Diaz, salsa, santa monica, taco, Tacoteca, tamal, taqueria, tejuno, tepache Comments Off on Take A Taco
Where There’s Smoke, There’s Beer
Beer dinners Kings Row Gastropub, Pasadena, California Since opening as the first true gastropub in Pasadena, Kings Row Gastropub has aggressively presented culinary events such as whole hog roasts (or whatever flora and fauna fit in their custom-made Caja China). … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged amuse bouche, apple, arugula, beer, beer dinner, beets, Bo Pils, Brewery, Brussels sprouts, CA, California, California Love, candy bar, chef, chowder, chutney, Cicerone, clam, curry, duck, ducketta, farmhouse ale, gnocchi, gosht, gouda, Groundwork coffee porter, James Willison, Jonathan Porter, King's Row Gastropub, Kings Row, lamb, Laurie Porter, leek, Make-out Session Pale Ale, melon, oak, Pasadena, pie, pinot noir, porchetta, potato, rice, Saison, sausage, Smog City, smoke, Smoke and Beers, Snickers, Sundeep Vohra, Sunny, taro, The Nothing, Torrance Comments Off on Where There’s Smoke, There’s Beer
I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Poutine
P’tit Soleil Los Angeles (Westwood), California I admit up front that I can come across sounding like a broken record decrying the aberration that is passed off as poutine in Southern California, truly a slap in the face to foreign … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged Bakery, beer, Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel, CA, California, Canada, Canadian, cheese, chef, classique, cognac, Crevettes Heather, curds, Ding Dong, Drake's, duck cake, Dulton, egg roll, French Canadian, French fries, Galvaude, Gâteau au Canard, gravy, Harissa, Hostess, L.A., Los Angeles, Luc Alarie, Malik, Marat, Mario, meat pie, Merguez, pastry, poutine, P’tit Soleil, Quebec, Québécois, Roule de Choux, Route des Epices, sausage, shrimp, Simon Chen, Soleil Westwood, squeak, Tastykakes, tourtière, Vachon, Westwood Comments Off on I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Poutine
Épicerie Jean-Alfred Moisan Oldest grocery store in North America Épicerie J. A. Moisan is a historic grocery store hidden in plain sight in a row of trendy shops and eateries on rue Saint-Jean in Québec City’s Upper Town. Before A&Ps … Continue reading
Posted in Québec Tagged beer, candy, charcuterie, cheese, coffees, Épicerie, foie gras, grocery, J.A., JA Moisan, Jean-Alfred, Joan Crawford, meat, oldest grocery in North America, pate, Quebec, rue Saint-Jean, salami, sausage, tea, truffles, Upper Town, wine Comments Off on Old Grand-Dad
Big in Japan
Chaya Downtown’s Japanese Beer Garden Los Angeles CA Summer is here, and in Southern California that means long hours of daylight, the perfect conditions for al fresco dining (and drinking). For the second year in a row, the Tsunoda family … Continue reading
Posted in Asia, Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna) Tagged beef, beer, CA, California, Chaya, chef, corn, dates, Downtown, elote, flatbread, garden, Hibiki, Hokkaido, Japan, Japanese, Kazuya Matsuoka, kimchi, Kobe, kushiyaki, L.A., LA, Los Angeles, Medjool, miso, oysters, ponzu, sake, scallop, Shigefumi Tachibe, shishito peppers, shitake, short rib, skewers, spicy tuna, tempura, tongue, Tsunoda, whiskey, whisky, yakitori, Yamazaki, yuzu Comments Off on Big in Japan