Founded by Chef Pascal Dropsy in 1994, Corn Maiden serves and sells nearly 30 varieties of lard-free, handmade tamales with no preservatives at farmers markets across L.A. County—from Pacific Palisades to Pasadena. Traditional ingredients combine with the more exotic, such as smoked Gouda, wild mushrooms, spaghetti squash, and red port wine. Dessert tamales include one with Belgian chocolate, raspberries and caramelized walnuts. Tamales wrapped in cornhusks are available in two sizes, run $19 to $28.50 a dozen, and can be kept for six months in the freezer.
For a list of products and farmers market locations, visit cornmaidenfoods.com. Call Alex at 310-560-0949 to order tamales for pick up at your local market.
From New York pizza to authentic ramen noodles and a popular taco truck, there are numerous multicultural options besides the classic greasy spoon. Read on to find out the tasty spots around L.A. open until at least 2 a.m. to buffer a night of imbibing with a hearty nightcap.
Each Saturday between Sept. 10 and Oct. 1, Huy Fong Foods is hosting their 3rd annual Chili Grinding Open House Event & Experience including free snacks, T-shirt, 9-ounce bottle, and lion dance performances.
The versatile California Avocado – mmm, we love it in everything. During 2017 Summer dineL.A., some of L.A.’s greatest chefs will create special dishes using this fantastic local fruit. Enjoy!
Read on for some of the recipes for you to try at home.