Posts tagged food
Posts tagged food
Bacon wrapped hot dogs at the supermarket, como en la calle! #food #losangeles (at Smart & Final Extra)
Somewhere along the way, Lebanese kibbeh became Mexican food. #food #mexico #lebanon #losangeles
And then there was the guy who opened an Israeli restaurant in Chinatown… #food #travel #sanfrancisco #theresajokeinthis (at San Francisco Chinatown Dragon Gate)
Fuddruckers is the ideal kind of restaurant to take your foreign relatives to. An #omg #america kind of place.
Important LA news: A new restaurant just opened on the Downtown-Echo Park border that serves nothing but NYC streetcart style halal chicken and rice. And, being LA and stuff, they started making chicken-and-white-sauce pizza. This is a gamechanger people. (via Chicken and Rice Goes Brick and Mortar Near Dodger Stadium | Midtown Lunch: Los Angeles)
Spotted at the Newark Airport wine bar: Potato chips covered in bechamel sauce, bleu cheese, bacon bits. French nacho time? #food
Money quote: “People like to be alone together,” Robson says. “Communal tables can build a community, but not through verbal interaction.”
Any time a cultural snob tells you American cuisine has produced nothing of value, just point to these ribs and say the four magic words: “Get in my tummy.” (via Archibald’s Bar-B-Q - Northport, AL)
In a paper with the awesome title “Tacos al Pastor y Flautas de Cochinita Pibil ¿Sabes qué es lo que comes?” (“Do You Know What You’re Eating?”) in the latest issue of Saberes Compartidos del Consejo de Ciencia y Tecnología del Estado de Puebla (Shared Findings of the State of Puebla’s Council of Science and Technology), researchers put tacos and flautas through a rigorous chemical analysis to determine what exactly constitutes their nutritional makeup, picking the regional favorites tacos al pastor and flautas de cochinita pibil as case studies. (via Chemists: 3 Tacos or 4 Flautas Per Order Make a Healthy Diet in Greatest Scientific Study Ever)
Best Israeli-American-Turkish breakfast ever: bacon and egg boreka from Moishe’s. #food #turkey #israel (at The Original Farmers Market)
There’s a restaurant in Los Angeles called the House of Pies. Guess what I ordered?
Swung by the Los Angeles Farmer’s Market yesterday. Simply amazing. $15 got me the following:
1. 3 slices of Picanha steak, black bean stew w/ Kielbasa and roast pork, and pao de queijo from the Brazilian stand.
2. A cheburek (fried turnover w/ spicy beef) pastry from the Russian bakery
3. A lemongrass and coconut milk ice cream bar from the fancy French boutique.