Topic: Travel

Taco huts are a perminent fixture in the Southern California landscape and Hugo's Tacos is one of the more famous huts.

Hugo's

They also happen to offer a vegan version of everything they make (plus a vegan deep fryer if you're into that sort of thing). After several vegans (and non-vegans) told us we haven't lived until we've sampled the soy chorizo taco, well... curiosity was sparked. BUT despite my outdoorsy hobbies, I'm a total princess ...

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Before we left Boston for LA, Scott & I gorged ourself on Asian dishes at Grasshopper and Vegan pizza at T.J. Scallywaggles. I thought if I ate enough, I'd never want to eat it again or I wouldn't miss it. I was wrong. Thus, while in NY, we decided to take a day trip to Boston (a short 4hr train ride away) to see our friends and eat at our two favorite restaurants, which coincidentally happen to be ...
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I just had to know what the fuss was all about. It wasn't until I moved to LA that I learned of Babycakes NYC's existance*. You see, LA vegans have been anxiously anticipating Babycakes LA location to open up (it's grand opening has been delayed far more times than one could count) and its the kind of thing you always hear a buzz about. I figured while back home I'd haul all my cookies to lower ...
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NYers are kind of obsessed with cheesecake, bagels and pizza. At the very least these foods resonate deep in our souls and we are certainly particular if not snobby, when it comes it eating these foods. When I was a vegetarian, before I did anything else, I went straight to Ray's Pizza. Usually with suitcase in tow. I simply couldn't wait one more minute. Hell, I once carried an entire pizza home on the bus (to many fellow ...
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