S. Post Oak @ Willow
This blog has been pretty dormant for a while, eh? As I mentioned before, I have been getting back into cooking again after several years of avoiding the kitchen as much as possible. There have also been so many new grocery stores in Houston to explore (I miss Fiesta Market Place in Sugar Land, too bad that didn't catch on).
And after many years, several decades in fact, of living in Houston the sprawl and traffic has gotten to me. Time and again when I've thought about going out to try some place that involves driving half-way across town, even before I get dressed I'm thinking I'll just rummage through the pantry, the fridge and the freezer and see what I can cook up at home and save that trip to that hyped new place until I have some other reason or two or three to be in that neighborhood.
But sometimes I get a craving for something I can't find a good version of in my part of town or can't prepare as well as a few favorites I've found over the years such as the Pollo Asado from the La Silla units on the southeast side or the El Norteno units mainly in the Spring Branch area.
I balked at making the trip just for a lunch and kept putting it off but eventually I caved to the craving and I set out, thinking I would let the flow of traffic on the major thoroughfare that runs by my neighborhood determine my direction. There was no traffic in either direction - this doesn't happen often - so what to do now? I avoided the difficult decision and the long drive to either Long Point or Telephone and ran over by the La Bala unit on South Post Oak, thinking I remembered they had pollo asado on the menu that I'd never tried.
My earlier report on Pollos Y Tacos La Bala
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Pollos Y Tacos La Bala - revisited
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