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January 12, 2018 | LA mag

Unicorn Dim Sum Is a Thing Now, Because of Course It Is

This might shock you, but unicorns aren’t real. Don’t tell the food industry, though, which regularly summons the mythical creatures’ magical rainbow spirit as often as possible because #DoItForTheGram.

 
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December 03, 2017 | EYE ON L.A.

Best places in SoCal to up your Instagram foodie game

These days, it seems everyone loves to take pictures of their food, especially if that food is beautiful and unique! So, Eye on L.A.'s Tina Malave went in search of L.A.'s most Instagrammable food and drinks.

 
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NOV 29, 2017 | Forbes

Top 10 Food and Restaurant Trends of 2017

Say what you will about 2017, but it's been a great year for food. And once again we've compiled 10 the year's best food and restaurant trends—and places to experience them—into our annual list.

 
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SEPTEMBER 1, 2017 | LA WEEKLY

Here's Where You Can Find Tempura-Battered, Nori Tacos Stuffed With Sushi

There certainly isn’t a shortage of food mashups in Southern California, and the concept of a sushi taco isn't exactly new. However, the culinary creation that Michelle Tran of Norigami Tacos has dreamed up and made into a reality — a deep-fried, tempura-battered seaweed taco shell that’s stuffed with everything you’d find in a sushi roll — is a fusion dish that stands out in a sea of Instagrammable foods.

 
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Aug 24, 2017 | YouTube

FOOD AT AMERICA'S BIGGEST NIGHT MARKET - Fung Bros Food

We try the top foods at the original and largest night market in the U.S., the massive 626 Night Market (80K–100K people per weekend)! Find these and more at OC Night Market August 25–27 and at the final event of the year September 1–3! 

 
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JUL 20, 2017 | LAIST

Unicorn Buns To Honeycomb Slushes: What You Need To Eat At 626 Night Market This Weekend

The second of four 626 Night Markets of the year will be returning to the Santa Anita Park July 21 to 23 for another anticipated record-breaking event. The three-day night market has well surpassed 100,000 attendees this year. To put that in perspective, that means each 626 Night Market easily has more attendees than the Super Bowl attendee record set at Super Bowl XIV.

 
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JUL 06, 2017 | la TIMES

From wonton nachos to boba tea in IV-drip bags, 626 Night Market continues to evolve in its sixth year

Lured by “sushi donuts” and other outlandish food items in his social media feeds, Jobel Hernandez drove to the 626 Night Market and waited 45 minutes for “wonton nachos” — Chinese wonton chips topped with carne asada, pork and sauces.

 
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March 27, 2017 | Hornet

California Is Trying to Make the ‘Sushi Donut’ Happen

California, much like New York, is a state where even food itself is expected to be on-trend. We most likely have these two states alone to thank for kale, açai bowls and poke appearing just about everywhere, not to mention wacky creations like cronuts, sushi burritos and the ramen burger. But it’s now official: The latest food trend to emerge from the Golden State is the sushi donut.