Javier Cabral | KCET
Javier Cabral is a food culture and punk rock reporter born and raised in East Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley. He is an official Restaurant Scout for Jonathan Gold at LA Times and a Producer at KPFK's Pocho Hour of Power. He's been writing professionally since he was 16 years old.
In 2011, Javier published his first cover issue celebrating Mexican (Zacatecas) cooking for Saveur Magazine. It featured over a dozen of his family recipes.
He is the co-founder of Mexico Feeds Me, an ethnographic food tour service.
Post date: 2014-11-10T04:47:39-08:00
Latino millennials residing in East and Southeast Los Angeles communities like Boyle Heights, East L.A., Montebello, Pico Rivera, Downey, Whittier and beyond are some of the most active craft beer enthusiasts in the city.
Post date: 2014-04-08T08:57:11-07:00
A taco expert lays out all the elements that go into a gold medal-caliber taco.
Post date: 2014-03-14T05:58:50-07:00
Long before the U.S. government dreamed up the idea of Meatless Mondays, Catholics around the world were forgoing animal protein (except fish, of course) every Friday during Lent.
Post date: 2014-01-30T06:30:00-08:00
The trio of young Mexican American DJs Metralleta de Oro specialize in Sonidero, an extremely rhythmic sub-genre of the Mexican, Central and South American cumbia genre notable for its thumping repetitive bass lines.
Post date: 2014-01-22T05:37:47-08:00
A Highland Park corner store, and the meat market within it, are creating a new kind of grocery store for a quickly changing neighborhood.
Post date: 2014-01-15T05:19:01-08:00
Bringing your own food containers to stores and restaurants is nothing new in L.A. In some neighborhoods, it's the only way to get your weekend feast.