Where to find cachapas, Venezuelan corn pancakes, and Korean gamjatang pork stew.

This week's recommendations include Venezuelan pancakes stuffed with cheese in Pasadena and a Korean pork bone stew in the San Gabriel.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • November 7, 2022
This week’s column is devoted to comfort food in the form of Venezuelan pancakes and hot pots of Korean pork bone stew. Cachapas at Amara Cafe The classic American pancake breakfast does nothing for me. It never has. Turns out, I was just eating...
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