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You are on the westside. The traffic is a bitch. The air is not as hot as the valley that you escaped from. It’s overcast and you don’t surf anyways. There is no parking by the beach. It’s a mess. The Dude of Food knows the best thing you can do is go get some food at Georges Burgers on Lincoln Blvd and head back home. Georges Burgers is located at 3101 Lincoln Blvd in Santa Monica, CA 90405
You can call in your request ahead at 310-452-0445
They serve breakfast all day too!
Thank you George’s Burgers.
Off of Highway 100 in Nashville is a place called the Loveless Cafe. You may not be close enough to walk in but you can go to their web page and check out the stuff they make.
The Plain Ol’ Hot Sauce is one of the secret ingredients the Dude of Food adds to his homemade micheleada recipe. It adds the perfect amount of spice. Truth be told, the Dude of Food also likes Red Rooster from Louisiana hot sauce. They both go great in my micheladas and on my grits, greens, smothered chicken, gravy, stuffing and waffles.
There was a long time that the Dude of Food would not ruin a beer with tomato juice. Then I grew up and learned something. After a trip to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico a few September’s ago my mind was forever changed. It was the time of the annual Revolution Fiesta and San Miguel is where it began.
The place goes nuts.
To make a long story short I love a homemade michelada and it appears that many others do as well since the big brand brewers are beginning to see the light. These 2 were chosen because they were both brewed in Mexico and imported to the US.
The Dude of Food decided to compare the Tecate Michelada DIABLO to the Modelo CHELADA. I have had a few of these Modelo CHELADA’s and they are OK. When compared to the Tecate DIABLO though, a world of difference unveils itself.
The DIABLO is softer with a more subtle tomatoey and mildly spicy finish. Compared to the Modelo CHELADA which hits the tongue a bit cleaner and crisper, albeit less tomatoey and the finish falls of quickly.
After tasting separately, what the Dude of Food ended up doing was to mix the 2 equally and drink them that way. The crisp beginning and the tomatoey spice finish were a great combination.
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The Dude of Food welcomes you to ‘Michelada Mondays’.
This idea was born on Monday November 3, 2014 and shall be remembered through eternity as a Mexican/American tradition enjoyed all day every monday in celebration of our cultures. Restaurants in North & Central America should embrace this tradition every monday and do their part to promote cross cultural understanding.
Pura Vida y Salud!
The origin date is 11.3.14 Add 1+1+3 and you get 5. Add 1+4 and you get 5. Add 5+5 and you get 10.
This drink is a 10!
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The first photo shows how they serve Micheladas in the streets of San Miguel de Allende.
A liter styrofoam cup filled with all the fixings of a great refreshing drink for 50 pesos.
They have this stick in them that has some red picante stuff stuck to it that you use to mix your drink.
The second photo shows the ingredients.
For best results use fresh limes and skip the bottled lime juice.
I use Red Rooster or Pete’s hot sauce and not put too much ice.
If you don’t know about this spot then you probably shouldn’t, but I have to tell you that after my last trip to Mexico I have become a big fan of the michelada.
It just so happens that they make a good one here. Pricey but good.
The 50 year anniversary party was awesome.
The Dude of Food believes if you live in Los Angeles and are looking for a good food truck to cater your party then you may want to call this phone number. I believe he said his name is Noel and he said this number rings to his house. Speak slowly as his english is not perfect. I tried the tacos and menudo and was pleasantly surprised with both. The quality is good and the prices are reasonable. Win/Win situation here.
The Dude of Food is not connected to this vendor and gains nothing from this endorsement.