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Where can I find Heavenly Hash ice cream

Heavenly Hash has both chocolate and vanilla ice creams, marshmallow swirls almonds and dark chocolate chunks.

Rocky Road is chocolate ice cream with mini marshmallows, pecans and sometimes chocolate chips

Can't find a certain Ben and Jerry's flavor! Help?

Following new releases from Ben & Jerry's some of their existing lineup will be sent to the Flavor Graveyard to help make room. 5 total flavors didn't make the cut: Late Night Snack, Chocolate Nougat Crunch, Imagine Whirled Peace, Willie Nelson's Country Peach Cobbler, Peanut Brittle.

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Los Angeles Lenten Fish Fry

Unfortunately the Man who ran the Fabulous Fish fry at Holy Spirit Catholic Church On Pico and Dunsmuir is very ill and there was no one to step up to take the reigns. Holy Spirit has a sister church which is St Mary Magdalen which does have a fish fry Fridays from 4-8. It's located at Olympic and S Corning which is 1 block west of La Cienega.

We have noticed that the Church of the Transfiguration on MLK near Leimert BL has a big sign promoting their fish fry. Fridays 4-8

We've been told there is a good one at the Knights of Columbus #3744 in Playa del Rey http://www.kofc3744.org/storage/publ-....

If you try any of these, please report back.

L.A. Dish of the Month, March 2015 -- Voting

SEAFOOD SANDWICHES

If you're not Catholic and in SoCal trying to find something worthwhile hearing others talk about what they have to give up during Lent

In SoCal the FoF is $1.79

Feb 22, 2015
Mattapoisett in LA in Chains
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L.A. Dish of the Month, February 2015 -- BURGERS

Went to Chicken and Monkey Cafe on Palms at National for lunch. They have a breakfast burger and they serve Breakfast all day. It's called ENJOY GUYS! Its a Prime Angus Beef Burger with Applewood Smoked Bacon, Hash Browns, a Fried Egg, Provolone, Red onion, Avocado and Dijon Aioli on a Brioche Bun. it was 7.95. The meat was char grilled and done Medium Rare without asking.

It was a bit messy and very tasty.

L.A. Dish of the Month, March 2015 -- Nominations

Since it's lent
FILET-O-FISH LIKE SANDWICHES

How are my choices?

I'm glad to hear that Cod is now a choice since the Swai was not to my or Dommy's Taste. I may have to try them again.

Mr Taster is leaving Los Angeles!

Remember you can take the Amtrak Cascades, a mostly higher speed train, from PDX to Vancouver BC to get your fix of Chinese food. [don't confuse it with Vancouver, WA. also on the route] Dommy and I did it for our Honeymoon and the scenery was fabulous. Plus I would love to hear you comparison of SVG vs VBC Chinese food.

Zam Zam market closing in Culver City

Kruang Tedd is a Thai Place on Hollywood BL there isn't Biryiani on the menu. Or did you mean someplace else?

Zam Zam market closing in Culver City

From Their Facebook Feed:
Zam Zam Market
7 hrs ยท

Hello Folks, Sorry If we have not been able to get back to your messages. We are now working on a new location. Details will be released soon. Please stay posted. We hope to restart our business very soon and See you all. Thank you all and I hope you have a great rest of your night! Cheers

Zankou

And more that 3x as good as Costco. Hopefully they will move into the newly expanded space next door soon.

L.A. Dish of the Month, January 2015 -- Voting

I come from the south shore of Mass and while I agree with you about the temp here, my wife, who is an native Angelina, thinks it's freezing. There are all types here.

ISO Friday Night Fish Fry

I'd agree with staring at Mel's. Alex Fish Market is closed for the time being, there was a fire. It's expected to open at some point. Near by is a place Dommy really likes which is Kings Louisiana Seafood at Denker and MLK across from the police station.

L.A. Dish of the Month, January 2015 -- Voting

CHILI

L.A. Dish of the Month, January 2015 -- Nominations

CHILI

Red Boat sightings?

According to the Red Boat Website Whole foods does carry it but it doesn't list the one in Pasadena (or El Segundo) for some reason. The closest place they have to you is in Los Feliz.

Broome Street General Store
2912 Rowena Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90039
(323) 570-0405
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Broome-...

L.A. Dish of the Month, December 2014 -- TAMALES

So this is a tamale is from a Belizean place called Tracey's on Western near Exposition Boulevard. There are a bunch of Belizean restaurants in the area. A good way of describing this tamale for tasting & texture is it's sort of like a shepherd's pie with masa instead of mashed potatoes and chicken instead of beef. The masa is tremendously soft and fluffy and they put a whole chicken leg in the tamale including its bones. My one nit pick with this tamale is is that it should be wrapped in banana leaf but Tracey's wrap it in aluminum foil. It makes it kind of hard to eat since it is so soft and the aluminum foil gets all wrinkled.

Tracey's Belizean Restaurant
3810 S Western Ave,
Los Angeles, CA 90062

D.C. Hound in Culver City: Best eats for two days?

Since you are at the Double tree, you're in the vast wasteland part of Culver City. The only way to get out is Bus or Taxi/Uber/Lyft Etc.

For the Bus options, Culver City # 6 is the best option. It runs north and south from Westwood to LAX via Sepulveda. South of you is not worth mentioning North has a few interesting spots. At Culver And Washington since last time I checked the Ramen craze hasn't come there yet Try Yamada-ya. It is not my favorite but it is pretty darn good and worth the bus from the Doubletree.

If you want to get to Downtown Culver via Bus, take the #6 North to Washington and change to the #1 east

if you continue a few miles more north on the # 6 to Olympic. Get off there, head 2 blocks west to Sawtelle. You'll find yourself in the neighborhood of Little Osaka. There are many interesting places to eat here like Tsujita (all three Variants), Seoul Sausage, Plan Check. and many many others

You could continue all that way to Westwood Village on the # 6 where there are quite a few interesting places, but I don't think it would be worth it on the bus.

If you want a blow out meal, Take the #3 from Mesmer ave (a block from the double tree and take it all the way to the end in Century City where you will find Craft. It is run as a part of Tom Colicchio's Empire and is really good.

Remember if you are taking the bus, the last runs are like 10pm for the Culver city bus so double check and plan accordingly.

If you want to Taxi etc to somewhere close by, there are a few options. for lunch only, Big Mango is in the Playa Vista complex in the building behind the LA Clippers building. Its Walkable, but a bit far from the DoubleTree.

For Lunch and dinner Del Ray Kitchen just of of Culver @ the 90 fwy Japanese Fusion Very good.

or you could head to Tripel a true Gastropub put together by Brooke Williamson of Top Chef Fame.

Let us know how it goes.

L.A. Dish of the Month, December 2014 -- TAMALES

So Dommy! and I were at Pacific Bakery a Salvadoran bakery on Washington at Crenshaw, to pick up Bolios for a party today. Outside of the bakery are usually a couple of tamale vendors today I got two tamales offered by the ladies both pork. The masa was strained and soft but not as soft as you would find in a Yucatecan tamale. The feeling was all meet. The one I had cartilage and bone in it as well. Both were incredibly flavorful and a little bit greasy. Nothing like most tamales you might've ever had. It's worth it to check them out.

Is there a single good Thai place in Santa Monica or Venice?

Siam Chan's Mar Vista location is located near the corner of Venice and Centinela.

Is there a single good Thai place in Santa Monica or Venice?

I would note that Natalie's Venice location is on Venice but not In Venice it's next to the Smart and Final, east of Motor.

Is there a single good Thai place in Santa Monica or Venice?

I'd start with Ekkamai Thai Restaurant http://www.ekkamairestaurant.com then I would check out A La Carte Thai Bistro http://www.alacartethaibistro.com

L.A. Dish of the Month, December 2014 -- Nominations

That's not a dish of the month. That is a cuisine of the month and that's a different thread.

L.A. Dish of the Month, December 2014 -- Voting

TAMALES

L.A. Dish of the Month, December 2014 -- Nominations

TAMALES

Tacos Baja Ensenada, Lawndale, South Bay

Pescado, camarones y chile blanco.

Live Lobster Prices - Old topic, but a new year.

Is the New H-Mart Open? I went by 3 weeks ago and it was nowhere near done.

Thanksgiving smoked turkeys

DIY?

A Brief Pictorial Review: Portsmouth

$10