This Week In Food: Google Ingredients, Adult Lunchables, and Hey! Nice Restaurant, Bro!

Hi guys, let's take a look at what happened this week in food…

Edwin went to Tabu Burgers & Bites for his print review. He told us that Yushoken Ramen is now open across the street from UCI, he gave us February's Restaurant Roll Call, and he announced that Pascal Olhats is staging his culinary comeback.


Charles found out that we can use Google to compare ingredients. He shared an excerpt for a USDA research chemist's book that's all about cheese, and he showed us Oscar Mayer's new, Lunchables for adults. The latter is just as gross as you'd imagine.

Anne Marie told us to eat the turkey meatloaf sandwich from Lucca Cafe. She promoted the beer and wine tastings you can find this weekend at Surf and Sand Resort, and she spoke with Thomas Trevethan of VUE Restaurant for her On The Line column.

Gustavo took us to Nice Food Restaurant in Anaheim for his weekly Hole in the Wall, and yeah, someone actually named their restaurant that. Sarah went to LBJ's Southern Style Fine Food for her Long Beach Lunch. Kristine named five Asian desserts for us to try, and Cleo wrote that this Saturday we can get drunk in a museum!

Until next time, have a good one, from all of us at Stick a Fork In It!

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