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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.
- 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
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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
- Kali Dining Site for the underground restaurant in the L.A. area by Chef Kevin Meehan
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Tag Archives: red velvet
Down On The Corner
The Corner Door Culver City, California The Corner Door in Culver City, California boasts a simple, austere exterior befitting of a quiet neighborhood watering hole happy to fly beneath the radar. The young bistro is certain to get shaken, not … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged agnolotti, Beau Du Bois, broccolini, burger, burrata, CA, California, cheese, chef, chocolate, corn, crudo, Culver City, elote, flatiron, grilled cheese, Hotel Cartagena, jicama, Kyle Schutte, Little Torch, mixologist.bartender, mussels, old-fashioned, paloma, Paso Prime, pastrami spice, Pecorino, powdered olive oil, red velvet, salmon, sockeye, steak, taco, tequila, Texas toast, Thai, The Corner Door, tortilla, Twinkie, Washington Boulevard Comments Off on Down On The Corner
A Fair Fare Affair
The 2012 Orange County Fair Costa Mesa, California The Orange County Fair has firmly entrenched itself into Southern California culture as the bellwether of the often lunatic cuisine represented at the other area county fairs. In recent years they have … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged bacon.chicken-fried bacon, Biggie's Meat Market, CA, California, Caveman Turkey Leg, chicken, Chicken Charlie's, coffee, Costa Mesa, Dominic Palmyra, fair, Funnel Cakes, gelato, gouda, Hussong's, La Super Costilla, maple bacon doughnut, Maui, Meat-on-Meat Dog, mushroom, OC, Orange County, pineapple, pork, Porkabello, potato chips, red velvet, shrimp, SPAM, Tasti Chips, Texas Donuts, Texas Tenderloin, The Big Rib, Toucan Comments Off on A Fair Fare Affair
Dollars To Donuts
The Trippy Food Doughnut Extravaganza The ubiquitous doughnut is the staple of office meetings across the country, Homer Simpson’s superfood, and makes all the cops in the doughnut shops go, “Way-o, way-o”; it seems as though the lowly ring of … Continue reading
Posted in USA Tagged baked, Bakery, Beach City Baked Donuts, Bellflower Bagels, Big Donut, Blue Star Donuts, CA, cake, California, Cat Daddy, chef, Chicken Charlie's, Dale's, DD's, donut, doughnut, Dunkies, Dunkin' Donuts, fauxnut, fōnuts, Glendora, green tea, Hanson Gregory, Hot Now, Inglewood, Japan, Japanese, Jim Nakano, Kane's, Kindle's, Krispy Kreme, L.A., LA, La Puente, Los Angeles, Luther Burger, maple bacon, Maple Bacon Bar, Massachuesttss, Micah Camden, Monica May, mung bean, Nancy Truman, National Doughnut Day, NE, Nebraska, Nickel Diner, Omaha, Open Kettle, Oregon, peach, Pelton, Pogson, Portland, potato, Quincy, raised, Randy's, red velvet, Round Rock, Salt Lake City, Salvation Army, Saugus, Spudnut, steamed, strawberry, Swirls, Texas, Texas Donuts, The Donut Hole, The Donut man, Tim Horton's, Tres Shannon, TX, uji-kin, UT, Utah, Vernon Rudolph, Voodoo Doll, Voodoo Doughnuts, Waylynn Lucas, Weintraub, William Rosenburg 6 Comments
Taco Tuesdays at The Abbey West Hollywood, California Who wouldn’t want to see Tuesdays wiped off the map, that useless pretender of a weekday nestled between the punishing, seventh level of hell day of reckoning we call Monday and the … Continue reading
Posted in Mexico, Southern California Tagged ahi, Bakery, CA, California, carnitas, cheese, chicken, chile, Christina Aguilera, cilantro, coffee, Daniel Emaleh, David Cooley, ding dongs, executive chef, feta, fish, Food and Bar, Jidori, L.A., LA, Los Angeles, Mangalitssa, Margarita, olive oil, pigs, poblano, pork, red velvet, rosemary, steak, Sweet Lady Jane, Taco Tuesdays, tacos, The Abbey, thyme, West Hollywood Comments Off on Dear Abbey
Clam, Bam, Thank You, Ma’am
Summer clambake at Rush Street Culver City, California You can take the boy out of New England, but you can never take New England out of the boy. When I received an invitation to join a small group of food … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna), USA Tagged Andouille, CA, cake, calamari, California, carrot cake, chocolate, Clambake, clams, Culver City, egg rolls, lobster, mussels, orange ginger martini, prime rib, ravioli, red velvet, Rush Street, salmon, sausage, shrimp, sourdough, torte 3 Comments