This Week In Food: New Forker, Taco Bell Fake-Beef Allegations and Hungry Monkeys Go Wild!
The big story in the OC food world was the $5 million class-action lawsuit against Taco Bell alleging the chain sells fake beef, but other, better things happened this week. After the jump!
Daveput up two gabacho flour-tortilla brands
against each other,confessed his love
for Chronic Tacos' potato tacos, and offered replacements forfive superfluous kitchen tools
Edwin had news on the disappearing Shore House Cafes; a closed Dippin' Dots in Huntington Beach (where you can still find a vendor of the weird sweet at the Golden West Swap Meet); and developments on the newest Beachwood BBQ, this one in Seal Beach.
Shuji penned an elegy for the late, great Captain Cream's strip club (yes, there's food involved in his reasoning) and offered a pruno recipe for our disgraced, felonious, adulterous ex-Sheriff, Mike Carona.
And we welcomed our newest blogger, Anne Marie Panoringan, better known to her legions as Brekkie Fan; she summarily paid us back with news that Girl Scouts cookies are also suffering during this Great Recession. The horror, the horror . . .
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