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It was at Mo' Better Meaty Meat Burgers here in Los Angeles. Great crunchy char on the burger with a nice hit of black pepper. I think those owners opened a different restaurant recently. I want to try it.
I'm Chinese Mexican Irish. The most heritage-y thing was my Great Grandma Martinez made amazing flour tortillas by hand/from scratch. I did recently photograph lots of recipe cards from my Grandma Smith, but most of these are very 50's/60's recipes with many brand name convenience foods listed as ingrdients. My mom purchased a lot of Swanson's frozen food and Chef Boy-R-Dee for me.
A reunion potluck with the "family" of the cast and crew of a play I was in.
A gourmet ice cream cart would work for me.
Tax Refund Night Out At A Fancy Restaurant
Corned beef and cabbage at some diner off a highway in the middle of Illinois. Maybe a little too soupy, but definitely comforting.
Cheetos, the crunchy kind
I've only been to Dallas/Ft. Worth. I liked it.
The tasting menu at SAAM inside The Baazar at SLS Hotel. Wow. A multitude of courses.
A romantic meal appears out of nowhere, is delicious, and has no clean up.
"Back in the day" made me think of the pre-packaged Creme Anglaise I could buy in grocery stores in Paris. I used it on so many different things. Delicious...and I will not answer if I ever drank it straight from the carton.
The big extended family backyard barbeque gatherings back in Galesburg, IL. I don't know as many people with backyards in L.A.
It's not fancy or anything, but I kinda love Lee's Sandwiches.
Here's the commercial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qq9hNTUbtiE
With my mouth.
Straight from the hot frying pan (once it cools enough to put in my mouth).
One made with a Pat LaFrieda patty.
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