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Chilorio taco at Pico’s Mex-Mex Has any animal provided more gastronomic pleasure to the human race than the pig? Probably not. Chicken may be healthier, and cow may be held in higher regard, but the myriad of pork dishes from … Continue reading
Boudin Noir at Cafe Rabelais There’s something vaguely illicit about the dish known generically as blood sausage. The consumption of animal blood conjures images of sorcery and the occult. And the name itself is reminiscent of phrases like blood diamond, … Continue reading