Bricia Lopez

co-proprietor of Guelaguetza, author of the cookbook “Oaxaca: Home Cooking from the Heart of Mexico”

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Bricia Lopez on KCRW

With less than 24 hours from Thanksgiving Day, maybe you’re scrambling to come up with a last-minute dish to serve, or something outside the norm to bring to a Friendsgiving.

Recipes for an unconventional Thanksgiving

With less than 24 hours from Thanksgiving Day, maybe you’re scrambling to come up with a last-minute dish to serve, or something outside the norm to bring to a Friendsgiving.

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One of the best known Oaxacan restaurants is Guelaguetza in Koreatown. Fernando Lopez opened it in 1994.

Guelaguetza co-owner on Oaxaca’s family-focused traditions and making mole

One of the best known Oaxacan restaurants is Guelaguetza in Koreatown. Fernando Lopez opened it in 1994.

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