A look at Baja's seminal culinary talent and the dishes he's currently cooking for West Hollywood.
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Ensenada's celebrated seafood street vendor kicked off the restaurant's Baja chef series on Sunday.
Legends and rising stars like Benito Molina, Tacos Kokopelli, and La Guerrerense will each cook for three nights on Melrose.
The chefs will cook this Wednesday at Diego Hernandez's Valle de Guadalupe restaurant.
Mariscos a Guerrerense won the judge's top prize for its sea snail tostadas, while Mariscos El Mazateno took an honorable mention.
The event finds chefs from Baja added to the solid lineup of over 100 vendors.
Prominent chefs from Yucatan and Tabasco praise the state as a gastronomic backbone of Mexico.
The inaugural event will find five days of cooking, learning, and even hunting in five different Baja cities.
Tijuana empire owner Javier Palscencia is coming to L.A. while Matthew Dickson plans Taqueria Pelonchas Fresca.
Is there any justice in the world of L.A. Mexican food?
Sam Hazen, former executive chef of Tao, does Mexican.