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Javier Plascencia

  1. Slideshow
    A Look Back at La Grand Parillada, Starring Javier Plascencia, Aquiles Chavez, ASome of Mexico’s biggest culinary talents were in town this weekend to get L.A. pumped for the Hola Mexico film festival.
  2. Foodievents
    What’s New For The Fourth Annual L.A. Street Food Fest, Returning June 29 To TheNew additions include Badmaash, Corazon y Miel, and the return of live music.
  3. Foodievents
    Javier Plascencia and Aquiles Chavez Adding Carne Asada Feast to ‘Hola México’Five chefs in total will create steak dishes to compliment the eight day film series.
  4. Baja Chef Series
    Javier Plascencia Cooking Tuesday and Wednesday at PlayaThe Mision 19 chef plans yellow fin tuna with beef marrow.
  5. Foodievents
    What to Expect at The L.A. Street Food Fest, July 21 at The Rose BowlThe event finds chefs from Baja added to the solid lineup of over 100 vendors.
  6. Foodievents
    Javier Plascencia to Appear at SF Street Food FestThe acclaimed Tijuana chef will be making his first SF appearance.
  7. Mediavore
    Glendale Man Catches Bear Raiding His Fridge; Javier Plascencia Coming to TownThe bear’s face was reportedly dripping with food, which makes the scary discovery kinda cute.
  8. Slideshow
    What You Missed at The Baja Culinary FestTijuana’s best was on display, from Javier Plascencia’s paella to the birthplace of the Caesar salad.
  9. Foodievents
    Introducing The Baja California Culinary Fest, October 5th-9thThe inaugural event will find five days of cooking, learning, and even hunting in five different Baja cities.
  10. Stay Classy San Diego
    Brian Malarkey Cleans Up in San Diego’s Best Restaurants IssueAddison and Truluck’s get their deserved nods, while the Top Chef vet’s restaurant Seersucker racks up some important votes of its own.
  11. The Other Critics
    Virbila Indulges in Italian at Obika and Amarone; Gold Tries Tijuana’s BestObika does well with L.A. Times, but has a bread situation it can’t seem to solve, while Javier Plascencia’s appearance on Pico gets a hero’s welcome from L.A. Weekly.