A Latin American Feast in LA

Aguas frescas, or fruit drinks, at Tamales Lilianas in East LA. See this Recipe
A cook at Tamales Lilianas.
A burrito and cemita (sandwich) truck in East LA.
Beef enchiladas at El Tepayac.
Cooks at El Tepayac.
A patron at El Tepeyac Cafe, a 55-year-old restaurant in Boyle Heights.
Grilling tortillas in East LA.
Cocido de res (beef and vegetable soup) at Ciros in Boyle Heights.
A man playing the guitar in Boyle Heights.
El 7 Mares La Playita, a popular taco joint in Silver Lake.
A mural in downtown LA.
A street vendor preparing carne asada in MacArthur Park.
A clayuda, a Oaxacan, tostada-like snack, at Guelaguetza, which has locations around the city.
Moles at Guelaguetza.
A shrine in East LA.
Carnitas at Downtown's Grand Central Market.
Chiles at Grand Central Market.
Cemita de barbacoa de borrego con quesillo (spicy lamb and cheese sandwich) at Pal Cabron, a sandwich shop in Huntington Park.
Bricia Lopez, co-owner of Pal Cabron.
A Downtown mural.
Fish tacos from El 7 Mares La Playita. See this Recipe
A street vendor in Downtown.
Fried jalapeños at La Abeja, a breakfast spot in Highland Park.
A patron at La Abeja.
A chile relleno at Rivera, a restaurant in Downtown.
Lamb chops at Rivera.

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