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#WTFtacos at Who Song & Larry’s in Orange, CA

Who Song & Larry’s 1535 W Katella Ave, Orange, CA 92867 www.whosongandlarrys.com WTF! Weekly Taco Feature that is. Who Song & Larry’s in Orange, California, has created a weekly taco menu with the most interesting flavors ever seen in taco form. It’s not your typical taco Tuesday – mostly because it’s only available on Wednesdays,… Continue reading →

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A Whole Lot of Love: The Pie Hole in DTLA Arts District

The Romans conceived the first known pie recipe, and it was a rye-crusted goat cheese and honey pie. Then pies began to appear in the early 12th century, but mostly meat pies. Fruit and sweet pies are thought to be first made in the 1500’s. In fact, the English claim to have served the first… Continue reading →

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Somewhere That’s Green: Upstate New York Bites

With the heat at record temperatures, what does a city gal have to do aside from fleeing the scorching NYC streets to the relaxed mountains of Upstate New York?  Surprisingly, so many artisanal options are springing up in even the town of Catskill that it didn’t feel like I was too far from the foodie… Continue reading →

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Del Mercado Menu at Bajo Sexto Taco Lounge in Nashville

Bajo Sexto Taco 5303 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37209 www.bajosextotacolounge.com/ When Bajo Sexto and Chef Kaelin Ulrich Trilling announced the Del Mercado menu, I was anxiously awaiting my visit. Del Mercado (meaning “from the market”) is an ingredient-driven series of special menus and dishes available during the late summer produce. This menu happened to highlight corn,… Continue reading →

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Jillian’s Tangy Summer Kale Salad

This oh so good summery salad is awesome for many reasons. Here’s a quick rundown: It’s easy to make, light but filling at the same time, full of tangy goodness, all plant-based, AND the star of the show is a leafy green packed with antioxidants and fiber. Kale yeah! I live so close to the… Continue reading →

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Summer’s Roasted Figs

Figs. They are everywhere. A Delicious little tear dropped fruits that are only available a few weeks out of the year. Just like Nordstrom’s half yearly sale or Victorias Secret semi-annual sale. No, I don’t have a shopping problem, I just like sales. I’ve strayed… I love me some figs. I’m not sure where my… Continue reading →

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Eastsiders, Grab Your Forks! The EastSide Food Fest is Here!

I have always been a proud LA Eastsider and a foodie. That’s why I am so excited to be able to attend an event that allows me to celebrate both! The 3rd Annual EastSide Food Festival will be taking place on Sunday, October 2nd in Silver Lake at Mack Sennett Studios (1215 Bates Ave, LA, CA) from 5… Continue reading →

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The Top Tomato: Market City Caffe in Burbank

I love tomatoes. On top of being delicious, they are packed with antioxidants. Any food that tastes just as yummy as it is healthy is a winner in my book, and Market City Caffe agrees. They have a new, seasonal menu starring this tasty treat. I was lucky enough to sample a few items off… Continue reading →

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Queen of the Kitchen: A Visit to Chef Roxanne Spruance’s, Kingsley in NYC

As I walk down Avenue B in Alphabet City on the Eastside of Manhattan, I’ve noticed tons of cute little restaurants. Some fancy, some not so much. And of course, I want to add them all to my famous “list” of Big Apple dining destinations (I’m known for this roster). But recently, on one New… Continue reading →

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Made With Love: City Kitchen Comes to Sacramento

City Kitchen Sacramento citykitchensacramento@gmail.com www.facebook.com/CityKitchenSacramento IG: @citykitchensacramento When Rebecca Lujan Loveless was just a young girl, her father used to let her stir the pot of chili simmering on the stove. Little did he know he’d spark a passion for food that would become her bread and butter! As the owner of City Kitchen Sacramento,… Continue reading →

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Shanlli at the Sweetery in Toronto

What’s cooler than an ice cream cone on a summer’s day? A ton of sweets, treats AND ice cream! Welcome to the Sweetery Toronto, Toronto’s one and only solely confectionary festival. This festival is their second time around and with the help from the City of Toronto, they hosted a FREE festival out on David Pecaut… Continue reading →

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PinKU Japanese Street Food in Minneapolis

PinKU Japanese Street Food 20 University Avenue NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413 https://pinkujapanese.com/ After moving to Tokyo in the second grade, I became obsessed with all things Japanese food: big bowls of noodle heaven (slurping encouraged), gyoza after gyoza, and – of course – sushi. Once we moved back to the states, my love of Japanese food… Continue reading →