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    A guide to our Advertisers

    Abilene Rose 10830 Warner Ave., Fountain Valley, (714) 963-1700 If you have a taste for authentic Texas barbecue, look no further. The menu at Abilene offers mouth-watering barbecued brisket--cooked for eight to 12 hours in a pit oven--and superb...

    on June 29, 2000
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    Where famous people eat!

    Photo by Jack GouldJim Righeimer Teacher-bashin', labor-bustin' OC politico, real-estate guy, and Lord of Darkness. Righeimer was afraid we were going to use this as an opportunity to make fun of him. We wouldn't do that --we think Riggy's a swell...

    on June 29, 2000
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    Jenny Lane

    Professional wrestler. Lane was plucked out of a crowd at one of Rick Bassman's wrestling shows. "He said, 'Look at the girl! She's going nuts! We have to get her in the show.'" Lane joined Bassman's Ultimate Pro Wrestling in September; by November,...

    on June 29, 2000
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    Jeremy Popoff

    Photo by Jeanne riceLit guitarist, late riser and International Superstar. Breakfast: "I'm usually not up in time for breakfast, but Allen [Shellenberger, drums] and Kevin [Baldes, bass] both say the Original Pancake House on Lincoln is really good....

    on June 29, 2000
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    Joe Foster

    Photo by Jeanne RiceGuitarist, the Killing Flame; graphic designer. BREAKFAST: "'Brunch' is a more accurate word when I think of eating in the morning. There is really only one option: Mel's Diner--best omelets in the world. Fresh avocado and tons o...

    on June 29, 2000
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    Joey Racano

    Photo by Mark SavageGuitar-playing environmental activist. Lives in his trailer in Huntington Beach. Plays music at local bars and at the pier, but his favorite activity is shouting at corrupt officials every two weeks at City Council meetings. Brea...

    on June 29, 2000
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    Jason Weeks

    Photo by Jeanne RiceGuitarist, the Orangemen. BREAKFAST: "On Sundays, the Tiki Bar in Costa Mesa has a 99-cent special that comes with everything. They have to be losing money on this deal. Definitely a cure for the hung-over." LUNCH: "Burrell's BBQ...

    on June 29, 2000
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    Yahoo for Wahoos - Theres no better fish taco. Period.

    Photo by Keith MayWhile it's not exactly as unethical as the journalistic blowjob the Los Angeles Times Magazine famously gave the Staples Center, a Weekly food review of Wahoo's Fish Taco presents a combo-plate's worth of conflicts of interest. Ful...

    by Matt Coker on June 22, 2000
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    Barbecouscous - Tulsa meats tabouli in Orange

    Photo by Jack GouldThere are as many styles of barbecue as there are places to throw meat over coals. Santa Fe barbecue (mesquite wood) is as different from Santa Maria barbecue (oak) as Texas barbecue (cow chips?) is from Korean (charcoal). Even wi...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on June 15, 2000
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    Transmigration of Sol - The food comes from all over the planet but ends up pleasantly in your belly

    Photo by Debra DiPaoloDining with our photographer is always an adventure. She's good company, never at a loss for something to say. And she's equipped with a catalog of specific ideas about how food should be prepared, all of them based on the fres...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on June 8, 2000
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    Where Is Nozolle? - St Capriccio Italiano

    Photo by Jack GouldWhen Capriccio Italiano Ristorante opened in 1986, Ronald Reagan was making a worldwide ass out of Americans, and Capriccio was a humble place next door to a 31 Flavors and a few doors down from an auto-parts store. Inside, it was...

    by WILL SWAIM on June 1, 2000
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    Not Like Mom Used to Make - Phillips chicken pies really fly

    Photo by Joy BastEnvironmental writer Jennifer Price's mind-bending book Flight Maps: Adventures With Nature in Modern America(Basic Books) chronicles the shocking truth about the extinction of the passenger pigeon: too many found their way into pie...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on May 25, 2000
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    Kashk-e-bademjan! - Darya is really something

    Photo by Joy BastThat, uhhh, probably goes real good on, uhhh, something," cracks my old high school buddy Rod, proving he's still a master of the prickly art of giving blunt voice to what everybody else is thinking--at the exact instant everybody e...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on May 18, 2000
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    Jazz and Italian - A Mulberry Street that makes its own improvisations

    Photo by Joy BastOur infrequent visits to New York and its jazz clubs always include a pilgrimage to Little Italy's Mulberry Street. The narrow, restaurant-lined lane has fueled several trips over three decades with reasonably priced meals of sausag...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on May 11, 2000
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    No Possum Here - Johnny Rebs aint the Waffle House

    Photo by Keith MayWhen I spotted the new Johnny Rebs' Southern Roadhouse in Orange, I laid rubber to get inside and glory in the exquisite Southern food. Fans of the Roadhouse will delight in the fact that they no longer have to drive to Long Beach ...

    by KELLY VON HEMERT on May 4, 2000
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    Holy Cats! - Favoris fabulous catfish doesnt taste like chicken

    Photo by Jeanne RiceI wasted plenty of my youth tempting catfish out of the muck of Midwestern rivers. The bait was spoiled chicken organs or, when we could get them, dead chicks marinated in booze or anise oil and then wrapped on a treble hook and ...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on April 27, 2000
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    Edible Mall Food - I see Tu Tu Tango in your future

    Photo by Joy BastTu Tu Tango's spaghetti-squash-colored walls are splashed floor to ceiling with the most fabulous garage-sale art depicting baseball players and pretty blossoms. Despite its cavernous size--dinner for 400? Right this way!--the fusio...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on April 13, 2000
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    Sustained! - Juror No. 11 makes a case for Civic Center eats

    Photo by Joy BastI recently spent two long weeks doing time in the jury box of Department 32 in Santa Ana's Central Court. After taking enough notes to develop a writer's bump the size of Saddleback and maintaining a deadpan expression during courtr...

    by KELLY VON HEMERT on April 6, 2000
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    Wavy Vegetarian Gravy - Rutabegorz is still groovy

    Located in the historic Tustin Company Building since 1978, Rutabegorz has the groovy feel of a restaurant on Berkeley's Solano Street. Some of the loyal staff predate it; they started even earlier at the Fullerton location. Veteran server/ manager ...

    by KELLY VON HEMERT on March 30, 2000
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    Wavy Vegetarian Gravy - Rutabegorz is still groovy

    Photo by Jeanne RiceLocated in the historic Tustin Company Building since 1978, Rutabegorz has the groovy feel of a restaurant on Berkeley's Solano Street. Some of the loyal staff predate it; they started even earlier at the Fullerton location. Vete...

    by KELLY VON HEMERT on March 30, 2000
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