First Look Into The New Rocio's Moles de Los Dioses, Opening Today in Tarzana
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Rocio's Moles del Dioses in Tarzana

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Rocio's Moles del Dioses

Photo: Javier Cabral

Open at 11:00 A.M. today in Tarzana.

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Main Dining Room

Photo: Javier Cabral
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To Frida Kahlo.

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Shrimp Estimulante

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Served with a mini clayuda to start. No chips and salsa here.

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Arroz de leche de Mango

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Ceviche Verde

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With shrimp and fish, something we hardily recommend.

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Collected from Camacho's travels through Mexico.

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Mixed Lamb Taco

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On a cactus tortilla.

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Empanada de Camaron

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With emulsified salsa brava of burnt chile de arbol.

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Crepas de Pollo

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In mole poblano.

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Frijoles de Olla

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One of Camacho's missions is to reappropriate the role of beans in Mexican American food. No more refried mess!

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In pistachio mole.

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Passionfruit Mole

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With tender chicken.

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Second Dining Room

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Project Youth Green

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A Pacoima-based community garden is supplying all the produce here.

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Oaxacan Warrior

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Original Art

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Hangs on the walls.

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More Artesanias

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Crafts from Mexico.

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Rocio Camacho

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The high priestess of mole in L.A.

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