One of Mexico’s favorite sandwiches is the torta. Served hot or cold, grilled or toasted the torta is usually named according to its main ingredient.
These five local Los Angeles haunts are a great place to start when on the hunt for nachos.
From the standard recipes to wontons with raw ahi to Irish nachos topped with bacon, here are some of the best places in the county to get your nacho fix.
Grab a sombrero, a margarita or Corona and check out these authentic tacos hot spots for a real Cinco de Mayo celebration in Los Angeles.
Rich in Mexican culture, Los Angeles is home to some of the best Guacamole you’ll find anywhere in the world.
Don’t wait until Cinco de Mayo to meet amigos for chips and guacamole. These five Los Angeles restaurants are ideal for happy hour, gourmet dining, take-away or a quick bite to eat.
You need not wait for a special occasion to enjoy delicious tamales from around Orange County.
Jerry Baker, the co-owner of Tinga, a newly opened Modern taqueria in the heart of Santa Monica, visited the KCAL9 studios Tuesday.
Ralph Rubio visited the KCAL9 studios Thursday to talk about new menu items and to show viewers how to make his famous fish tacos.
Regardless of what football team you root for, you are sure to be a fan of this amazing recipe. Easy and fun to make, these are a true treat for the mouth and will have all your football buddies saying, “please pass the peppers!”
There’s more to Mexican cuisine than burritos, enchiladas and tacos. Check out tortas, a type of Mexican sandwich, that will delight all appetites from these LA-area restaurants.
In Orange County, a burrito is true comfort food. Here is a list of where to get Orange County’s biggest and best burritos.
Fajitas have made their way into almost every Mexican restaurant this side of the border. If you suddenly find yourself in the mood for this sizzling dish, here are Los Angeles five restaurants worth a visit for these sizzling dishes.
If there’s one thing Los Angelenos love, it’s a bowl of really good guac. Check out these restaurants for some of the best guacamole this side of the border.
Few people know that the first restaurant-style burrito appeared on the menu at El Cholo Spanish Cafe in Los Angeles back in 1930. But it wasn’t until 1934 when it made another groundbreaking debut in […]