Molcajete (whatever that is?) Edition
Ok, New York’s alright, if you like saxophones. But seriously, you can’t get good Mexican food there. It’s just not possible. Living in California has it’s advantages, and Mexican eats are one of them. Of course regionally, if you’re from L.A., you will most likely tell someone from San Francisco that you can’t get good Mexican food there. The person from San Diego would tell you that you can’t get good Mexican food in L.A. and the person from Tijuana would say all of us. Burrito? What’s a burrito? You just made that up guys! That person would be right by the way. Anyway, if you live in Indiana or Ohio, then come visit and see what the fuss is about!
Anyway, Hanabi went to a little local joint in Salinas Ca., home of John Steinbeck and lots and lots of agriculture. He dined on an awesome specialty, the Molcajete Michoacano, which is a hot stone vessel full sizzling meats and veggies. He also got down on a Filete Relleno, which is a bacon wrapped fish filet stuffed with shrimp and herbs. Wash these all down with a nice Negra Modelo and sop them up with a handmade tortilla and it is bliss! Basically, he ate things they don’t make at Taco Bell. Enjoy!
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