Pandemic-paused chef is now slinging sandwiches in a medical building

What to eat this week: Sandwiches from a medical office in Yorba Linda, an over-the-top Hawaiian burger with gravy and Korean bakery treats.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • June 27, 2022
Sandwiches at Perking House Coffee I’ve found some delicious food in unusual places: Pork buns in a sporting goods store parking lot in Arcadia, crab fried rice in a Thai Buddhist temple parking lot, and now, excellent sandwiches made by one of...
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