Molcajete at Cabrera’s (Pasadena, CA)

Maybe it's because I'm noticing it more, but the Mexican entrée known as molcajete has been appearing on more menus. Aside from being a stone kitchen tool for grinding food products, it is also the name of a kind of preparation typically served in the bowl itself. I've said before, the best one I ever had... Continue Reading →

Tacos at El Maestro del Taco

I've driven past the corner of NE 8th and 156th Ave NE many times in the last year or so and couldn't help but notice a new taco truck parked behind the 76 Station. The reviewers on Yelp, though small in number, were almost unanimous in their praise, a few of them even going so... Continue Reading →

Eating Solo in Ballard on Pooch Duty

While my daughter has gone out-of-town to celebrate her grandfather's birthday, I volunteered to do the dog-sitting at her (and the dog's) home. Though I like to cook, I don't always do it for myself, less so when I'm away from home. As I've written before, my daughter lives in Ballard (a neighborhood of Seattle),... Continue Reading →

Roque’s Carnitas (Santa Fe, NM)

One of the cult foods in Santa Fe is the beef carnitas from Roque's wagon, parked at the edge of Santa Fe Plaza. A whole half pound of sliced marinated beef top round is grilled with onions and green chiles (I'm presuming Hatch), picking up a smoky flavor, then piled into a large flour tortilla,... Continue Reading →

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