This Week in Food
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Edwin announces the arrival of a new farmers' market in Tustin, introduces a new $625 cookbook, grabs a drink a Sagami, munches on some soft-baked Oreo cookies, reminds us that Blackmarket Bakery will be hosting a slew of local food trucks and measures the new Five Guys burger joint up to our beloved In-N-Out.
Gustavo recounts this week's "Taco Bell Crime of the Week," uncovers a Tennessee restaurant blatantly ripping off the Ruby's girl, answers why our coverage of South County cuisine may seem a little scant, digs up an old-school El Torito ad and heralds Memphis at the Santora's new build your own burger night.
Dave answers the question of whether a secret In-N-Out exists in NYC, asks readers to pitch who they want to be interviewed, gets a hold of Ronnie Arnold of K'ya Street Fare for a two-part interview, muses over the existence of the hand-held espresso maker and continues the countdown of our top 100 favorite dishes.
Finally, Jessica sips on a menagetini at K'ya Street Fare, Vickie introduces another Frankenstein creation of the fast-food industry and Willy shows us how to make a simple tomato sauce for the warm summer season.