Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Birds of South LA: Unknown

Check this one out. Feels right at home, even up close.






Friday, September 14, 2012

Birds of South LA: Pigeons

Some pigeons hanging out on the power lines.



Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Birds Of South LA: A Hummingbird

Here is something cool that I regularly see around the neighborhood.


Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Ran into this sign while shopping Downtown! LOL

posted on the parking structure stairway! "please dont pee on the stairs" LOL

Thursday, April 28, 2011

My new Alarm clock!!!!!

So my landlord decided to remodel his house, Why he decided for a rooster to supervise the project, Ill never know..........He sits here all day, he got here the same day as the construction workers!!!!!!!!!! LMAOOOO Only In L.A.!

Monday, April 25, 2011

Pollo, Pollo, Pollo

I generally dislike reading about food for a variety of reasons. As a matter of fact, I believe the closest I've come to doing so is perusing a handful of reviews on yelp.com or the like. It is not intended to offend anyone, but a big reason for my dislike is that most blogs and sites dedicated to the topic revolve around a bunch of trendy BS -- i.e. "OMG, this Korean BBQ taco truck is SO awesome!!" 


Meanwhile, there are a lot of great places in South LA/inner city, serving up some excellent food, yet (undeservedly) little fan fare surrounds them because they lack the trendiness factor. So I decided to put my energy to good use and will periodically highlight some of those great places for all of us to enjoy.


For the inaugural post on this topic, I bring you El Jalapeño Tacos
Chicken, rice, beans -- and a grilled jalapeño on the side.
Although the name implies it is a taco joint, they offer quite a bit more beyond that, including Mexican style flame broiled chicken, which is the reason why I go there.


This is some of the best chicken you'll find in L.A. Its got a nice smoky flavor, combined with whatever rub it is they put on it, and it literally falls off the bone because it is so juicy and tender -- even the breast meat.


An entire chicken will set you back $13 and some change, and comes with a side of beans, rice, tortillas and some killer hot sauce. It easily feeds four.


El Jalapeño Tacos is on the corner of Francis and Vermont Avenue, between 8th and 9th Street in L.A. Parking is very tight and meters tend to be broken, but well worth the hassle.


Address: 854 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles