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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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- 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: fish
Chef Aquiles Chavez Rocks Houston
La Fisheria – Seafood Mexican Cocina Houston, Texas Driving down Inker Street, the place that once housed a Vietnamese restaurant in the up-and-coming and semi-trendy Houston section of The Heights is not easy to miss. The pastel makeover on the … Continue reading
Posted in Texas Tagged anise, Aquiles Chavez, Aquilisimo, Bacalao, Baja, bread pudding, caballito, capirotada, chef, chilmol, churros, cod, duck, El Toque de Aquiles, Enita Riveroll, escabache, fish, fish croquettes, gar, guachinango, Houston, La Fisheria, la Pescaderia, lamb, lobster, Mexican, Mexico, mussels, MX, naranja agria, nopal, octopus, pato mariscal, peje lagarto, pibil, pulpo, ratatouille, red snapper, relleno, Restaurant, risotto, Rock Cornish hen, Seafood Mexican Cocina, sour orange, Tabasco, Texas, The Fishery, The Heights, tostada, tuna, TX, Utilisimo, Valle de Guadalupe, vanilla, wine, xcatik, xtabentun, yellow fin, Yucatan Comments Off on Chef Aquiles Chavez Rocks Houston
Martha Lou’s Kitchen/Bertha’s Kitchen Charleston, South Carolina Ask the epicurean aristocracy for the quintessential Charleston dining destination and the names will roll off the tongue with head held high; you’ll undoubtedly be directed to fine establishments such as McCrady’s, Husk, … Continue reading
Posted in U.S. South Tagged Albertha Grant, Bertha's, bread pudding, Charleston, cornbread, Debra Gadson, fig, fish, fried chicken, ham hocks, hamburger steak, Hominy Grill, Husk, Kitchen, lima beans, mac and cheese, macaroni and cheese, Martha Lou Gadson, Martha Lou's, McCrady's, North Charleston, okra soup, SC, South Carolina, Two Boroughs Larder Comments Off on Southern Comfort
Let The Paiché Bite Cha
Paiché Peruvian Izakaya Marina del Rey, California The fish approaches slowly, methodically – at three feet in length, the torpedo-like paiché (more commonly known as arapaima) is yet a juvenile, but his hinged jaw is capable of wreaking havoc on … Continue reading
Posted in Peru, Southern California Tagged aji, albacore, amaebi, Amazon, anticucho, arapaima, Asian, CA, California, chef, fish, huacatay, Japanese, Lima on Fire, Marina Del Rey, miso, pacu, paiche, Paiche Peruvian Izakaya, Peru, piranha, ponzu, potato, quinoa, rib, Ricardo Zarate, shrimp, tuna tartare, yucca 2 Comments
Cafe Noir Is The New Black
Cafe Noir Santa Monica, California Santa Monica’s Cafe Noir stealthily hides in the open, a converted ninja bistro dressed in black and only slightly hinting at its former life as Madame Chou Chou on artsy and hipster Main Street. One … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged beet salad, Bistro, black, blue, bone marrow, bouillabaisse, CA, Cafe Noir, California, chanterelle, cheese, chef, chocolate, crudo, duxelle, fish, French, hamachi, lamb shank, lobster, Madame Chou Chou, Main Street, Manila clams, mushrooms, mussels, paella, pork belly, Portobello, saffron, santa monica, shitake, shrimp, soufflé, squid, St. Agur, trout, Vincent Carneau Comments Off on Cafe Noir Is The New Black
Some Assembly Required
Scandinavian food at IKEA If the first thing you think of at the mention of the name “IKEA” is throwing a half-assembled particle-board desk down a flight of stairs with bruised knuckles and cut fingers, you’re not alone; for decades … Continue reading
Posted in Scandinavia Tagged Abba, Bistro, cheese, coffee, crawfish, crisp bread, elder flower, fish, flatbread, glögg, herring, IKEA, julbord, knäckebröd, lingonberry, Matjes, meatballs, Prästost, Restaurant, roe, salted licorice, Scandinavian, smorgasbord, Sweden, Swedish Food Market, UTZ Comments Off on Some Assembly Required