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[LA Weekly] 10 Best Moles in Los Angeles
Let’s count the reasons we love mole. It’s rich and intense. Warm and comforting. Spicy, yet sweet and often savory. A seamless blend of 20 to 40 (or more) ingredients that have been toasted, roasted, ground, blended and cooked. Radiant and colorful. A mix of Old World spices with New World chiles and chocolate. Mole, more than a mere sauce for chicken or enchiladas, is considered Mexico’s national dish — and it has traveled to L.A. restaurants with traditional recipes largely intact. Keep reading to learn more, and see 10 of our favorite mole spots in L.A.
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[LA Weekly] Feria de los Moles This Weekend: Puebla vs. Oaxaca
Last year’s Feria de los Moles (or Mole Fair) at L.A.’s Olvera Street drew 30,000 people — and with good reason. The annual event, now in its fifth year and happening Sunday, Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., celebrates this classic Mexican dish with food, music, dance, workshops, and even a friendly competition. Admission is free. Continue reading