Posts Tagged ‘examiner’

Elotes are a very popular street food served all over Mexico. It’s roasted corn on the cob, slathered in butter, mayo, cheese, and chili. The type of cheese used is cotija cheese, which is a dry, grainy cheese from Mexico. It’s fairly salty and is used in many traditional Mexican dishes. The thought of eating […]

Taco Tuesdays are a staple at many restaurants and taquerias, but Andalu tapas restaurant in the Mission takes the $1 taco one step further. While most restaurants will opt to serve the standard fare of carne asada, carnitas, chicken, and the usual assortment of meants typically found in tacos, Andalu serves up a creative twist. […]

As of this week, I am the newest writer to join the SF Examiner, where I will be covering San Francisco Cheap Eats. I’m really excited to be able to contribute something I am obviously very passionate about – cheap eats! Now don’t worry, I will still be regularly running Hoodscope as usual, but with […]