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Tag Archives: octopus
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
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
Then Came The Last Days Of June
Lazy Ox Canteen Los Angeles, California As the thunderous sound from the webbed feet of the Waterfowl of the Apocalypse rises above the horizon to herald California’s ban on foie gras (Senate Bill 1520 is slated to become law on … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged ban, beef, CA, California, carpaccio, Catalan, chef, El Bulli, Estrella Damm, Ferran Adria, flan, foie, foie gras, Forget Foie, ham, Ibérico de Bellota, Intelligencia coffee, L.A., Lazy Ox, Lazy Ox Canteen, liver, loin, lomo, longanisa, longaniza, Los Angeles, Michelada, monkfish, noodles, Nutella, octopus, pappardelle, peach, Perfecto Rocher, plum, pork, rabbit, ravioli, salad, sangria, Senate Bill 1520, shoulder, Spain, stone fruit, tagliatelle, Thomas Keller, torrija a la plancha, Valencia, waterfowl, yam 4 Comments
The Art Of Grilla Warfare
BizarreBQ Anywhere To be honest, I thought I had coined the term, but as it turns out the bizarreBQ is becoming as synonymous with summer outdoor dining as a picnic in Central Park (if the main course happens to be … Continue reading
Paul Is Dead
Live octopus Korea Octopus Paul has been eerily accurate in predicting the World Cup winners; his cousins in fish tanks throughout Korea would do well to develop enhanced psychic abilities or they could end up segmented and writhing on a … Continue reading
Posted in Asia, Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna) Tagged Beverly Living Fish Center, bonito, California, eel, Korean, Koreatown, live fish, Los Angeles, octopus, Octopus Paul, sannakji hoe 2 Comments