Eat This Now: Coconut Malasadas at Paderia Bakehouse

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 18, 2017
I mean no disrespect to The Loop and everyone willing to stand in line for its churros when I say that I’d rather go to Paderia Bakehouse for its malasadas. Here’s why: Churros are everywhere—Disneyland, the Del Taco drive-thru, friggin’ Costco!...
The full article can be read on the OC Weekly website.

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