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: 2013-12-02T05:03:16-08:00
While the procedure on game day is festive and seemingly easy, with a number of random inebriated USC students taking turns spinning the loaded spit and cheering anti-UCLA ballads for the duration of the cooking time, the actual preparation is long and...
Post date: 2013-11-11T07:35:35-08:00
Pasadena is no longer the franchise food wasteland it is so commonly reputed to be. In fact, it has grown to be an unofficial capital for Indian food.
Post date: 2013-10-24T05:35:22-07:00
For the uninitiated, a michelada is a Mexican spicy beer cocktail typically made with Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, Maggi sauce, lime juice; the glass is rimmed with salt and chile powder.
Post date: 2013-10-22T06:56:12-07:00
Mexico has banned GMO corn. Corn is a staple in that country and in Los Angeles, so we found some tortilla companies that are already GMO-free.
Post date: 2013-10-12T10:02:42-07:00
Hundreds of Angelenos turned out Saturday for the local chapter of a worldwide "March Against Monsanto" event.
Post date: 2013-10-10T05:21:25-07:00
Juicing is so hot right now in L.A. But in Mexico it's always been part of the standard national diet. And there are some really excellent Mexican-style juice shops in Highland Park.