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For Episode 373, Brendan and Jon went to Kaya, the beautiful Filipino restaurant in the former Dandelion Communitea Cafe space in Mills 50 to celebrate their being named as a finalist in this year’s James Beard Awards. Official show lawyer Moses DeWitt comes along too to try pancit for the first time.

This week’s episode was sponsored by Enzian TheaterCredo Conduit, and

This week’s topics include the suspension of Regina Hill from City Council, onePulse Foundation refusing to provide financial records to Orange County, an oil spill in Lake Ivanhoe, and a new food truck bar opening in Curry Ford West.

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Lumpiang Shanghai – Pork, shrimp, and chicken spring rolls
Dinuguan Sliders – pork belly, dugo gravy, and puto cake
Garlic Rice
Pork Belly
Pancit Sotanghon – mung ben noodels, mushroom jus, farm vegetables and a poached egg

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