On Getting a Food Dish Named After Gustavo

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 20, 2010
This post says its author is Edwin, but it's really me, Gustavo. He asked me to step in, even after writing an elaborate post, because he wants to get my reaction to news that the Lime Truck (which I thoroughly enjoyed but also found a bit...
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