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Monday, 07 January 2013



you were in my hood! Carmela catered our wedding and I am a big fan of the House of b!


What a small world Clayfu! We just happened to park on Washington- had never been there before- and both places looked good (as did that Armenian Bakery one block West) and were really great finds. I bet you're happy that Pasadena is back to 'normal' and the tourists are gone and things cleaned up. [Congratulations on the marriage!]

Ed (from Yuma)

Always love the Rose Parade posts. And this one ends with some good looking food.


Hey, congrats Clayfu! That's really a neat coincidence.


I love your parade float recaps. We woke up late on NYD so this post is the next best thing! Cool to know about 'basturma' and that ice cream place. Must put in my Garmin for future visits.


Thanks, ed. Both places had really great food. Now that we know they are right up the street from the Pasadena Farmers Market, we'll be stopping and trying more from each menu.
You woke up past 8 a.m. on New Year Day, cc!?!! You obviously don't have dogs. This was another part of Pasadena we hadn't explored and the neighborhood looks so interesting.


By coincidence, I'm also an ex-Kama`aina living in SD, though I went to school in Pasadena and return there often. Anyway, when I saw the photo of "SHISH", I immediately thought, "I really hope they stopped next door at Carmela's!" I was very happy when I scrolled down. Glad you enjoyed it!


Welcome to the commenting side of our blog, CS. House of Basturma as well as Carmela were wonderful to run across and a great way to start the New Year. Since they are right up the street from Pasadena High and the Saturday Farmer's Market, we'll be going back.

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