Rolled ice cream tacos are making their way to OC Weekly's Viva Los Tacos event at the end of the month. So of course I wanted to speak to the team behind this dazzling dessert. Fountain Valley's Rollin' Creamery is where they hail from, and the Lackey's took the time to answer my questions. I read there are a few ways people consume the rolled ice cream (picking up an entire roll, waiting for it to melt, etc.). What do you recommend as the best method?
Let's be honest with ourselves: If we wanted to turn over a new leaf, it would've happened long before January 1. We aren't gonna judge if you partake in Habana Irvine's brunch, or Sweetbird's grand opening. It's all in the name of good food, right? And if your conscience starts to nag, then donate a few cans to Sgt Pepp's before continuing. Studio Cooking Classes - Laguna Beach Beginning this Saturday, Chef Strong will be a teaching a diverse series of cooking classes from his Studio kitchen.
As OC Weekly's Viva Los Tacos event draws closer, I wanted to take this opportunity to get to know a few of the people participating. This week, I go vegan with Loreta Ruiz and her creative tamales. Best culinary tip for the home cook:I think that cooking at home when vegan can be a difficult and isolating experience, and one that often results in wasted or unused perishables such as fresh produce.
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