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ALL TIME GREAT Southern California Recipes and FOODS!

Chiles Rellenos, FISH TACOS, FISH BURRITTOS, Salsas, GUACAMOLE FRESCO!!!, and so on....


What is the most wonderful food (HOKU FUSSO!!!!) from Southern California you know of - and how do you make it?

I've missed it a lot.

(I used to live there)
 
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What you need is a care package from that joint in La Mesa you were talking about.
 
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I've a copy of the Landmarks Club Cookbook of Southwest Quisine published Charles F. Lummis.
 
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Isn't he the guy that walked out here from Ohio?
 
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Yes, he sure is & not many know that.
He was also the 1st City Editor of the L.A. Times, Poet, Writer/Author/Publisher, Editor of South West Magazine, the 1st Photo Journalist, Apachee Campaign War Corespondent, Archeologist, Founded the South West Museum, L.A. City Librarian, Knighted by King Carlos of Spain for the Restoration work on the Adobie Churches, 1st successfull Indian Rights Activist, Adisor to Pres. Teddy Roosvelt, promoted the South West as the Most Heathfull place to live & its Quisine the most Healthfull to eat & Built by Hand from Aroyo Rock his home El Alisal, which is now in the care of the Southern California Historical Society.

We could all get together & make a day of it for the tour of El Alisal one weekend. Call in advance so we have it all to ourselves & let the News Papers know that all these Classic Trucks are having a Meeting @ El Alisal.
 

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That's the home up in the Arroyo Seco, off to the east of the Pasa Fwy, right? I never have been through that one.
 
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Yes it is & it's Absolutely Marvelous!
 
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That's a good idea, and a bit more central of a location for our members in The Valley and Simi.Let's see about this one for the next event following the Rincon Cutoff which we will set up at our coffee meeting of 3 Feb.
 
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You guys are making me jealous! One thing I miss about California is exploring the back country.



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What you need is a care package from that joint in La Mesa you were talking about.
Nah - I need to find the best memphis area hispanic owned taco stand, even if it's in a shady part of town.
 
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I need to find the best memphis area hispanic owned taco stand, even if it's in a shady part of town.
Look...if you have trouble ordering because the guys dont speak english very well, you know the food is going to be damn good. Rule of thumb
 
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I have found that to be true, for the most part.
 
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Casa Sanchez has a few good joints around - a couple in Long Beach and one in Whittier that I know of.
 
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Originally Posted by SteveBricks
Casa Sanchez has a few good joints around - a couple in Long Beach and one in Whittier that I know of.
Casa Sanchez, Pepe's, Petes Patio, El Taco, Albertos...oh man, when do we eat?
 
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PePe's? on telegraph rd? I grew up about 5 blocks from there - been going there since they opened in '75
 
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Originally Posted by SteveBricks
PePe's? on telegraph rd? I grew up about 5 blocks from there - been going there since they opened in '75
Yes sir, wait no...i think its on Slauson and Lakewood. Either way, you know the one. The guacamole is killer! I went to high school in Anaheim and they opened a Pepe's right by our apartment back in the 90's. Thats where i first tasted Pepe's.

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