This Week In Food: An Oreo Shotgun, the Sliders from Hell, and Fillin' Up Growlers
|Four Sea's breakfast|
First off, Edwin went to Four Sea, a Chinese restaurant in Irvine that serves a nice breakfast practically before the sun comes up. Then he showed us something you probably never thought you needed - an Oreo shotgun. Eat cookies, not war. He announced the opening of a smokehouse BBQ in Downtown Fullerton, and he told us a little bit about Anthony Bourdain's new show - Parts Unknown. Maybe he'll start getting really drunk again on this one.
Gustavo visited Usmania Halal Restaurant in Westminster for Hole in the Wall, and experienced what may be one of the only good Pakistani restaurants in OC. He shared the opening of a pizza joint in Santa Ana, and told us to try the Sliders from Hell at Slidebar in Fullerton. Last he begged all of the bad people out there to stop murdering people in front of Mexican food restaurants...and also to stop killing people in general.
Dave shared the excellent food found at Fuoco Pizzeria Napoletana in Fullerton and he announced the California ABC's decision to allow unmarked growlers to be filled up at any brewery. Hooray beer!
Anne Marie gave us a round up of food happenings in Huntington Beach, and she interviewed Ed Silkaitis of The Shore for On The Line. Bill told us about some incredible and unknown eco-lofts to rent in the Valle de Guadalupe (not a secret anymore!) for Tijuana Sí! Sarah went to Pasty Bakery for her Long Beach Lunch and Shuji told us about Sabatino's Sausage Company opening a second location in Lake Forest. Last, Niyaz Pirani shared the opening of a new Pho restaurant in Lake Forest.
Until next week, have a good one, from all of us at Stick a Fork In It!
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