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How to eat crab FOUR different ways... Korean style. Ondal 2, Los Angeles.
Korean-style Knife-Cut Noodles. A delicious take on a dish everyone loves: chicken soup noodles.
Ever eaten hawaiian poke for breakfast? It's a mix of raw fish, soy sauce, scallions, chili pepper, kukui nut and sesame oil. Served over rice, it might possibly be one of the best breakfasts I've eaten.
Black Garlic Ramen in Los Angeles. Would you turn down fried garlic in your soup noodles?
Agedashi tofu, a tasty dish that consists of potato-starch battered tofu cubes in dashi stock. A favorite amongst the Japanese
Can you handle Portland's Pinestate Biscuit? A painful/pleasant meal that includes biscuits, sausage gravy, fried chicken, cheese and egg in the palm of your hands.
Abelskver – a danish ball-shaped pancake. Fresh from a Scandinavian brunch spot in humble little Portland.
Do you love churros? Have you had them fresh out of a pool of hot oil in East Los Angeles?
Mother's Day Dinner. Manila Clams with Spanish Chorizo & Leeks.
Craft Steak, Las Vegas. Where we ate for our wedding.
Vietnamese Rice Crepes filled with pork, shallots and wood ear mushrooms. DIY!
Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup. 3 hours and only $10 to make.
Braised Oxtail with a Chef that cooks and spins music!
Koreatown's Honey Pig serves up some of the tastiest pork belly, along with kim chi, bean sprouts and rice all one HUGE shieldlike grill.
Los Angeles/Orange County's Boiling Crab packs some of the most garlicky shrimp, crab & crawfish. The sauce is so good... that I had to take it back home and do it again.
Wontons for breakfast? Only in Los Angeles' Chinatown.
Wurstkuche, the new "adult candy' store. over 31 beers and 20 sausages. go. now.
Taco stands standing tall in Los Angeles: a look at the Los Angeles taco scene sans trucks.
A school cafeteria themed dinner for an Anti-Valentine's Day dinner.
Vietnamese Banhmi Sandwich + Panini Machine = Banhmi-ni! A new way to enjoy an already tasty sandwich.
Succulent oysters from Carlsbad, California. Available at the Santa Monica and Hollywood Farmer's Markets.
Lamb Skewers at Los Angeles' Father's Office II
Chinese 'fajita'. Awesome.
Handmade/knife-cut Korean noodles.
Dill & Turmeric fish noodles - a popular Hanoi dish. Mmm.
My love for Maggi Sauce...
Delicious butter in Mexico City!
Some of the tastiest peppers i've had... with chili salt!
Can you guess what kind of sauce this is?
Vietnamese Iced Coffee with Soy Milk
Korean beef bone soup: the King of All Hangover Remedies.
Fresh Organic Soy Milk made in Silver Lake, Los Angeles.
Los Angeles' $18 Million Dollar Japanese restaurant.
Tapas in SF!