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Tag Archives: skewers
Dollar Hits Filipinotown (Los Angeles), California Apparently, no one went over the food truck rule book with Filipino upstarts Dollar Hits. For starters, the mobile kitchen isn’t – you can always find them on the middle of a block on … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged Adidas, arozcaldo, Balut, Betamax, bizarre food, chicken, chicken feet, Dollar Hits, Elvie Chan, Filipino, Filipinotown, grill, intestine, Isaw ng baboy, Isaw ng manok, Kamikaze Kitchen, kwek-kwek, Los Angeles, Philippines, pig ear, Pinoy, pork, pork blood, porridge, quail eggs, skewers, street food, Trippy Food, Valentino Herrera Comments Off on Pinoy Noir
The Meat On The Skewer Goes Round And Round
Status Kuo Mar Vista (Los Angeles), California Describing the recently opened Status Kuo as status quo for its busy corner of Los Angeles’ Mar Vista neighborhood would be a gross misrepresentation – the name is a play on words for … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged BBQ, CA, California, chanterelle, chicken, David Kuo, Donald Watson, jackfruit, kabocha, L.A., LA, lamb, Los Angeles, Mar Vista, meat, pasta, pies, pork, rotisserie, skewers, squash, Status Kuo, sunchoke, Taiwanese Sunday Gravy, tri-tip Comments Off on The Meat On The Skewer Goes Round And Round
Wicked Pissa Pizza
Pizza in Boston In the great American pizza wars, there are generally two superpowers still standing when the smoke clears – on the eastern front, we have New York City with its legendary fold-and-funnel slices, replete with oozing cheese and … Continue reading
Posted in New England Tagged Alan Richman, Boston, Boston Magazine, cheese, Chicago, garlic, Greek, House of Pizza, ice cream, Italian, lamb, MA, Massachusetts, New York City, Nick's, Picco, pie, pissa, pizza, Polcari's, Regina Pizzeria, Rick Katz, Santarpio, Santarpio's, sausage, sausages, skewers, steak tips, Uno, Wicked Comments Off on Wicked Pissa Pizza
Big in Japan
Chaya Downtown’s Japanese Beer Garden Los Angeles CA Summer is here, and in Southern California that means long hours of daylight, the perfect conditions for al fresco dining (and drinking). For the second year in a row, the Tsunoda family … Continue reading
Posted in Asia, Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna) Tagged beef, beer, CA, California, Chaya, chef, corn, dates, Downtown, elote, flatbread, garden, Hibiki, Hokkaido, Japan, Japanese, Kazuya Matsuoka, kimchi, Kobe, kushiyaki, L.A., LA, Los Angeles, Medjool, miso, oysters, ponzu, sake, scallop, Shigefumi Tachibe, shishito peppers, shitake, short rib, skewers, spicy tuna, tempura, tongue, Tsunoda, whiskey, whisky, yakitori, Yamazaki, yuzu Comments Off on Big in Japan