May 8, 2014 8:57 AM

Pozole rojo is always in season

You won’t find slow-simmered pozole rojo at the chain Mexican restaurants owned by corporations run by suits who likely wouldn’t know a molé from a guacamole. But you will find the traditional homemade soup at family-run Mexican restaurants such as El Amigo in East Sacramento and La Placita in South Sacramento.


Dishing the news about the Sacramento area food scene

Related content

Suggested for you




About This Blog

Appetizers brings you the latest restaurant happenings, interesting tidbits on good food and events, and - of course - great specials and deals.

Regular contributors

Carla Meyer
Twitter: @CarlaMeyerSB

Allen Pierleoni
Counter Culture
Twitter: @apierleonisacbe

Debbie Arrington
Food and cooking
Twitter: @debarrington

Blair Anthony Robertson
Food and beer
Twitter: @blarob

Key links

Dining reviews
Restaurant guide
Mike Dunne's wine picks
Beer Run
Restaurant inspections

Entertainment Videos