Dino Ferraro's French/Italian/Spanish/Moroccan menu would be oddball anywhere but Beach Boulevard
[Hole In the Wall] Colombian Cuisine at Mitzi's Kountry Kitchen in Laguna Hills reintroduces the hearty South American cuisine to OC stomachs
Back in March, I wrote an essay for the Los Angeles Times about the lack of Zacatecas-style restaurants in Southern California despite the presence of hundreds of thousands of us. Accompanying my essay was a recipe for asado de boda jerezano, an impossibly rich type of mole pertaining to my paren ... More >>
Last week, I appeared on KCRW-FM 89.9's Good Food with Evan Kleiman to talk Tacos Jerez, one of the few restaurants in Southern California to specialize in food from my native Mexican state of Zacatecas. For some reason, they decided to publicize the tacos part of it more than the jerezano angle. ... More >>
[Hole In the Wall] Zacatecan specialties make their way onto the menu of this new Huntington Beach eatery
From frequent commentator Diamond Dog, the only person who seems to ask questions for this columna:Why do those little tiny Mexican Tacos exist?! Does anyone prefer getting 3 tiny tacos instead of 1 good sized one? I can't see anyone, Mexican or otherwise, ever ordering those little tacos if th ... More >>
Ah, the good old days. Fake cops, food trucks and In-N-Out price hikes, oh my!Get the scoop on what you missed this week in food after the jump.
And can you play some tamborazo, too???A couple of weeks ago, I wondered out loud why a tortas ahogadas place would open in SanTana given Anaheim has a huge population of Jalisco natives. The only logical explanation is that SanTana is basically Mexico, so why not?!This weekend emerged an even st ... More >>