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Baja Style Fish Tacos: Marcela Valladolid

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Serious Eats: There’s a different type of bracket this March you should be paying attention to: Round One of Taco Madness is underway in Los Angeles.

Eater: Tired of Googling your kitchen questions? Chef Ferran Adrià speaks of plans for a culinary Wikipedia-style resource.

Food Republic: Why is an investment company selling coffee out of a truck?  They’re hoping to teach you something with a 28-cent cup of joe.

Mashable: App alert! Go beyond the obvious landmarks and tourist traps: Roamz lets you find a city’s hidden gems.

Huffington Post: Starbucks opens their first Evolution Fresh juice bar.  The chain may not reach your city for a while, but you can find the drinks at a variety of retailers.

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