Los Angeles County is home to approximately 32,000 Caribbean natives*. All things being relative, it’s not an impressive number. L.A. county’s foreign born population of 3.5 million is nearly two and a half times the next largest county’s – the notorious cultural mosaic of Miami-Dade County Florida. Yet in terms of sheer volume, 23 U.S. … Continue reading Is L.A.’s Caribbean food where it’s supposed to be?
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