Less is more, usually, and that's especially true this week. Let's take a look at what the Fork had to offer...
Edwin went to Bistrot Massilia in Yorba Linda. What?! Yorba Linda had food?! Apparently one, and it is delicious. Then he told us about NASA's plan to make food from a 3-D printer. Uh-hu, because space food isn't weird enough already. Edwin continued on this strange path and also told us that Domino's in Brazil has found a way to make your DVD discs look like pizza. Why, world, why?
Gustavo visited the brand spanking' new Little Sparrow in Santa Ana for his Hole in the Wall piece, and then he told us that Cortina's Italian Market in Anaheim has sadly suffered some fire damage.
Michelle explored why the Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles in Anaheim might be taking so damn long to open. Then she told us that Front Porch Pops will be opening a brick and mortar location in Orange. Last, she gave us a Reddit list of what bartenders believe your drinks says about you. Spoiler alert: people don't know much about cocktails.
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Dave named the Fifth Stage at 320 Main the Drink of the Week and then he parceled out his own story about the colored rubbing alcohol fiasco in New Jersey. Everything wrapped up with Sarah's Long Beach Lunch at the Sliced & Diced Eatery.
Until next time, have a good one, from all of us at Stick a Fork In It!