What to eat now: Can a tinned fish board be better than a charcuterie?

Jenn Harris' favorite dishes of the week, including a tamal with caviar, tinned fish boards and more.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • April 26, 2022
As a food columnist, I’m out almost every night, trying new restaurants, stands and trucks. So people often want to know: What are you eating? Well, thanks for asking. Here are some of the best things I ate this week. These are not reviews, but...
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