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- 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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- 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.
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Tag Archives: festival
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
It’s The Big One, Elizabeth!
Renaissance Pleasure Faire Irwindale, California The mere mention of the phrase “Renaissance festival” conjures up off-season Trekkies mustering up their best Shakespearean bravado and adorned in chainmail while brandishing a turkey leg; they have that too. Methinks, however, that thou … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Happenings (Events) Tagged artichokes, Beppo, Broon, CA, California, Christopher Marlowe, churro, Commedia Volante, Deep End Dining, Eddie Lin, Elizabethan, festival, hard cider, Irwindale, juggling, Lady Clinton, mead, meat pie, peach fritter, podcast, Port Deptford, quail, Queen Elizabeth, Renaissance, Renaissance Pleasure Faire, RenFest, Santa Fe Dam Recreational Area, Seraphim Mora Bui, Serenata, Shakespeare, Sportive Tricks, toad in a hole, Traders' Market, turkey leg Comments Off on It’s The Big One, Elizabeth!
It’s Only A Model
Camelot truck Formerly somewhere on the road in the U.S. The Knights of the Round Table may eat ham and jam and SPAM a lot, but a pared-down food truck hauling a bevy of lords and ladies in medieval garb … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna), USA Tagged Camelot, City Kitchen, drumsticks, festival, food truck, Henry VIII, herbs, Hollywood, Hollywood and Highland, King Arthur, knights, Los Angeles, medieval, Meleagris gallopavo, olive oil, Renaissance, roasted, Round Table, sage, Starz, tendons, turkey, turkey legs, Urban Palate, Westwood, Wilshire 4 Comments
Don’t Pooh-Pooh the Pupusa
Pupusas El Salvador Pupusas have been part of the Los Angeles food culture since the 1980s influx of Salvadorans during civil war in their homeland. Salvadoran and Central American restaurants grill up pupusas by the thousands on a daily basis … Continue reading
Posted in South and Central America, Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna) Tagged arroz, Atlacatl, ayote con queso, Beverly Boulevard, CA, California, Central American, cheese, chicharrón, crawl, curtido, delicata, El Carbanero, El Chipilin, El Salvador, ensalada, festival, flour, harina, hominy, Jaragua, L.A., LA, loroco, Los Angeles, masa de maiz, nance, nixtamal, Nueva Flor Blanca, pork, pupusa, pupuseria, quesillo, revuelta, ruvuelta, Salvadoran, San Fernando, squash, The Minty 14 Comments
24th Annual California Avocado Festival Carpinteria, California The ever-popular avocado originated in Puebla, Mexico, where the family patriarch can still be found locally in the form of the small, black, gourd-shaped fruit called “criollo”. The Spanish were the first to … Continue reading
Posted in Mexico, Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna), Trippy Happenings (Events), USA Tagged aguacate, alligator pear, avocado, buttermilk, cactus, California, Carpinteria, chayote, CJ Produce, Cold Stone Creamery, county, criollo, Fallbrook, Fallen Stars, festival, guacamole, guava, Guinness Book of World's Records, Hass, ice cream, Lilly Hoopz, Linden Ave, Lions Club, Mestizo, Mexico, Nahuatl, nopales, Puebla, Rainbow Ice Cream, San Diego, smoothie, teacake, testicle, tri-tip 1 Comment