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Spicy Foods

Eating Spicy Foods in Asheville (Part I)

Dear friends, today I’m going to share with you one of the spiciest meals I had tried in West Asheville’s Haywood Rd, a street that is funky, eclectic, with great food, salsa dance nights and a culinary scene that keeps on getting hotter and hotter!

Thai Pearl is located on 747 Haywood Rd, and the meal I’m going to show is TOM YUM SEAFOOD spicy fire Thai level #5!


Hot Chicken Sandwich And Community

Asheville has great restaurants no doubt, and with all the variety of international flavors and cuisines available in this town, it is impressive to see a place like Tastee Diner holding its ground, while building a strong and supportive community.

When I visited, I had breakfast because Tastee at this time is only open for breakfast and lunch, however this is about to change very soon, in fact, this should happen by the end of April.


My Favorite Seafood In Asheville!

Hell yeah Asheville! I’m super excited to show you what Mariscos Seafood Shack is about, because this place I believe is destined to be a big hit in the West side. 

You see, I’m from Veracruz, México and that makes me a PATA SALADA, and therefore I love seafood very much.

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Cuban Food in Asheville?

Hell yeah, Cuban food finally hits Asheville! If you love to eat out and you have paid attention to this blog, you know I started talking about Guajiro food truck back in June. Yep,they were expecting to be open by August, but hey shit happens and by the time you are reading this THEY ARE FINALLY OPEN!

Guajiro Cuban Comfort Food is probably the most awaited food truck in Asheville in years. You see, ever since I started posting about them, people wanted to know more, they shared my posts, they sent me messages and they wanted to know everything about the opening date and menu.

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Cochinita Pibil, The best of Mayan Cuisine in Asheville

What up my peeps!? Many people in town are curious and intrigued by Mayan culture in Asheville, but did you know there is a beautiful and delicious meal named COCHINITA PIBIL with Mayan roots and guess what?! I had it a few, and sporadic times in Asheville, until I FOUND IT in the regular menu at LA RUMBA RESTAURANT LATINO YO!

Traditionally cooked for hours underground, and marinated for at least 24 hours, when you have this in the Peninsula of Yucatan it is an incredible experience.

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Sabora Food Truck in Asheville makes the most AMERICAN meal MEXICANIZED and the result is BOMBASTIC!

What up y’all!? Today, you are going to love what Chef Macario from Sabora Food Truck is cooking. You see, this guy is from Puebla, México. This makes him a Poblano, yes, like the chili pepper he grew up eating, and you love as chiles rellenos.

Well, how about a POBLANO BURGER? Hell yeah! If you feel adventurous I am also going to suggest you try the Sombrero with a JALAPEÑO POPPER HAT!