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Some interesting O.C. trivia!
Q: Any advice on how to stand out in O.C.’s saturated food-truck market? A: The gourmet food truck craze gets several things right: clean trucks, friendly service, changing menus, and quality ingredients. Stick to those. But fusion and freak-show cuisine has been done to death. (Who thought Asian tacos would so quickly go from novelty to cliche?) Surprise everyone by making well-executed versions of foods everyone loves. For instance, if you’re going to make pizza, don’t make a tofu faux-pork-belly pizza with Assyrian woodchuck cheese, seaweed, and kumquat sauce on a wheatless crust. Just make the best possible version of the traditional kind.
Tableware expert Miss Lisa of Orange’s A&P Collectables has a theory. As our local cost of living skyrockets, and wages and benefits continue to...
Oranges were exotic curiosities to most Americans, who were lucky to get one a year in their Christmas stocking.
That circle with three oranges in the foreground? It’s a mystery. The earliest known appearance is on a 1948 book of county ordinances.
Some would argue that the Army Corps of Engineers’ willful ruination of the Killer Dana surf break in 1966 was the worst, though that...
Q: Grandma is certain she saw white swallows at Mission San Juan. White swallows?
As a traditionalist, I’d like to point to classics such as Cordelia Knott’s boysenberry pie. But these days, perhaps nothing reflects us as well as Dos Chinos.
Black Star Canyon has a reputation for being haunted and plays host to some spectacular hikes but how did it get its name?