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One of the nicest things about shopping at The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley is being outdoors, especially in springtime. I hate to admit I'm this old, but strolling along the sidewalk and ducking in and out of the stores reminds me of shopping in...
Scholars of the taqueria arts are well-acquainted with the taco arabe, the signature taco of the Puebla region, which is basically the Mexican version of shwarma: grilled meat shaved from the outside of a skewered cone of sliced, stacked, marinated meat,...
While on vacation, the food you enjoy is almost as important as the attractions you visit. Coming from out of town may make it difficult to find the best local eateries. Instead of fretting over where to eat, check out some of the highest-rated...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Cheese, Fishing, Seafood, Pizzas
Virginia and St. John’s meet in the second round of the NIT on Sunday, 10 years after their most recent encounter in the tournament. Safe to say, Florida Gulf Coast coach Andy Enfield will never forgot that 2003 Cavaliers-Red Storm game. Enfield...
Ah, Hollywood Beach, my favorite local beach, I love your everyman vibe, the sounds of musicians at your inexpensive bars, and the crisp ocean breeze as I cruise down your Broadwalk on my bike. But your restaurants? Let's just say I'd like to see more...
Tags: Mushrooms, Steaks, Cilantro, Tacos, Dining and Drinking
The coincidence was positively delicious. Shortly after Swedish furniture seller Ikea found itself, shall we say, saddle-deep in a saucy mess that featured rac-ier red meat in its Swedish meatballs than you'd normally get from the average European cow,...
There is no shortage of decent Mexican restaurants in the western suburbs, but far too many of them play down to their audiences, falling back on the standard Mexican and even Tex-Mex dishes that everybody prepares. Today we look at two west suburban...
Tags: Lobbying, Steaks, Credit and Debt, Politics, Onions
As any student of the antojito can assure you, a burrito is not a taco; not even close. A perfect taco will be made and eaten in one fluid motion, before the toasty flavor from the grill subsides into grease and salt. A burrito is basically last night&...
Tags: Cheese, Foods and Beverages, Tortillas, Tacos, Walnuts
The coincidence was positively delicious. Shortly after Swedish furniture seller Ikea found itself, shall we say, saddle-deep in a saucy mess that featured racier red meat in its Swedish meatballs than you’d normally get from the average...
The Hartford CourantNew Haven has a reputation for its food trucks. Sitting in the shadow of I-95, Long Wharf Drive is one of the bastions of good, cheap meals on wheels. The Nexcalli truck is a standout, not only for its good eats but because it's the only black truck on...
FloriDUHErik Aaron Brown, 36, od Port St. Lucie, was busted for throwing a Taco Bell burrito "with force' at his 16-year-old brother-in-law, reports Will Greenlee in his Off the Beat blog for TCPalm.com in Stuart. The teen had had asked his mom to bring him the...
Re "Creator of 5-pound burrito," Obituary, Feb. 14 I am saddened by the death of Manuel Rojas, operator of a "joint" that exemplified the best of Los Angeles. Multi-generational families, gang types, dating couples and cops mixed easily when charmed...
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