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How Chef Alfonso "Poncho" Martinez Combines Food and Activism to Increase Awareness of L.A.'s Indigenous Communities

Chef Alfonso “Poncho” Martinez Jon Endow When the Covid-19 pandemic hit South Los Angeles, a scarcity of readily available elements from Oaxaca compelled Alfonso “Poncho” Martinez — acknowledged for his crunchy and savory tlayudas — to hastily pivot to tamales, built with masa from Los Angeles’ beloved Kernel of Real […]