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Carissa Wodehouse

Carissa Wodehouse

Carissa is a writer and content strategist who divides her time between LA and Mexico City, where she obtained a diploma in pre-hispanic gastronomy from the Escuela de Gastronomía Mexicana. She enjoys traveling as often as possible while asking, “What is that, and can I try it?” She is American and Chilean. Her website is www.carissawodehouse.com.

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Helados Pops ice cream | Courtesy of Helados Pops
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The Migrant Kitchen

This Rare Fruit Ice Cream Shop Bridges Generations

Lucuma, soursop and mamey-flavored ice cream are just some of the many rare flavors offered by Helados Pops, a family-owned ice cream shop in San Fernando.
Drinking chocolate and pan dulce at Guelaguetza | Courtesy of Guelaguetza
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The Migrant Kitchen

Drinking Chocolate: How this Indigenous Beverage Became a Widespread Obsession

Judging by the sheer quantities and varieties of use, drinking chocolate might be the most significant beverage of mission-era California and the beverage continues to have a presence at various L.A. restaurants. 
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