Kuya Lord’s Filipino feast is food of power, finesse and delight

Lord Maynard Llera serves some of L.A.'s best Filipino food from his La Cañada Flintridge pop-up
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 3, 2021
Like most of the dishes Lord Maynard Llera prepares for Kuya Lord, the pop-up he operates out of his home in La Cañada Flintridge, he packs his version of kare-kare into an aluminum tray lined with banana leaf. The stew, a staple of Filipino...
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