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Sampler Platter: Pez, caviar, tortas and Tijuana cuisine

Eggs stuffed with caviar. Credit: Robert Lachman / Los Angeles TimesCan you catch mad cow from fish? Where can you eat in Tijuana if you're not a drunk weekender? Can mannequins commit indecency? These questions and more answered in today's roundup of food news.

--Elina Shatkin

Photo: Deviled eggs topped with caviar. Credit: Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times

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Thanks for mentioning the Tijuana Cuisine blog article! Too often, just bad news gets mentioned, so it's great that someone is talking about how you can still go to the main visitors areas of Tijuana and enjoy great food without problems...

The Tijuana Tourism Committee (COTUCO) is working with some of the people mentioned in the blog article to host a visit to some great restaurants in Tijuana later this month -- anyone interested in more information can visit either the COTUCO main website (www.TijuanaOnline.org), or a visitor-focused site (www.120ThingsToDoInTijuana.org) for more information or to contact COTUCO.

Thanks again for mentioning it!


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