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L.A. Weekly Flickr Pool Reader Photo of the Day: Flan de Elote From Playa

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Thu, Aug 2, 2012 at 10:37 AM

click to enlarge Flan de elote from Playa - FLICKR | DARIN DINES
Today's L.A. Weekly Flickr pool photo of the day is the flan de elote from the brunch menu of Playa. This gorgeous photo of the flan with flores de calabaza and quinoa, wrapped in a corn husk and paired with arugula, is brought to you courtesy of Darin Dines' Flickr. And a reminder that if you have any terrific food photography, consider sharing your photos with us via the L.A. Weekly flickr pool. Never know where they might show up.

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