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- 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
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Tag Archives: Chinese
Sierra Madre Wistaria Festival Sierra Madre, California Usually the title of “world’s largest” as it relates to botanical wonders is relegated to the massive trees of the Pacific Northwest; however, there is a Chinese wistaria (Wisteria sinensis) growing on the … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged annual, Baldwin, blossom, botanical, CA, California, Chinese, festival, flowering, food trucks, Gem City Jazz Cats, Great White Mexicans, Guinness Book of World Records, horticultural, larges, Memorial Park, Mother Moo, plant, San gabriel, Sierra Madre, The Only Place in Town, Trippy Food, Valentino Herrera, vine, wistaria, wisteria, worlds largest Comments Off on Mass Wisteria
You Got Fins To The Left, Fins To The Right…
Shark fin soup For hundreds of years, sharks fin soup has been a rare delicacy served at banquets, weddings and major social events; initially it was only enjoyed by Chinese emperors as a result of the intense and time-consuming effort … Continue reading
Posted in China Tagged AB376, California Assembly Bill 376, cartilage, chef, China, Chinatown, Chinese, dorsal, emperor, finning, Hop Woo, L.A., LA, Lupe Liang, pectoral, shark fin soup, shark’s fin soup Comments Off on You Got Fins To The Left, Fins To The Right…
Love Potion Number 9
Chinese aphrodisiac dinner Hop Woo, Chinatown, Los Angeles I suppose before we get started I’ll preface this article with a warning to children, librarians and members of the clergy – I will be using the word “penis”. Repeatedly. Before you … Continue reading
Posted in Asia, Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna) Tagged aphrodisiac, Arianna Armstrong, bacon-wrapped, balls, berries, bull, bull penis, bull penis soup, CA, California, Chef Lupe Liang, chicken nuts, Chinatown, Chinese, cock, deer, dinner, Eddie Lin, eel, Food Truck Times, gonads, GrapeSmart, greens, Hop Woo, L.A., LA, leeks, LIVE FAST, lobster, Los Angeles, Magazine, noodlesgoji, penile, penis, peppers, pork, pork sword, rice, roe, rooster fries, sea urchin, seaweed, sexual organs, soup, star melon, The Minty, uni, Valentine's Day, venison, Vivianne Lapointe, Westminster 3 Comments
A Thanksgiving Story
Chinese Turkey Hop Woo – Chinatown, Los Angeles, California As the head of the of the Parker household I have a responsibility to my family to make sure the holidays go off without a hitch – maintaining that blasted, stupid … Continue reading
Posted in Asia, Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna), USA Tagged BB, Bo Ling, brine, California, Chef Lupe Liang, Chinatown, Chinese, Chop Suey Palace, Christmas, curry, fried salt, gun, Hop Woo, LA, lemon, Los Angeles, noodle, parboil, Ralphie, Red Ryder, soup, Thanksgiving, turkey, vermicelli Comments Off on A Thanksgiving Story