Jan 10: Flatbread “Quesadilla” with Cider Braised Pork Shoulder; Little Dom’s


We found some of the flatbread we used to be able to get in our freezer, so we tried making a quesadilla in the panini press. Along with the refried black beans and cheddar we added some of the cider braised pork shoulder and pickled onion to the quesadilla. It worked really well.

  • The flatbreads add 50c per serve
  • Half a can of refried beans, shared across two halves: 26c
  • A serve of pulled pork is $5.46 but we used half, or $1.37 per serve
  • 2 oz of cheddar split between two is 50c per serve.

Lunch today was a good quesadilla for $2.63 per serve.


We were meeting with a friend to socialize and decided to go to Little Dom’s for dinner. Little Dom’s seems to dominate the restaurant trade in the local area. Wednesday night, Little Dom’s had a 45 minute wait for a table, while the other restaurants in the area had only one or two tables occupied mid evening!

We had a mix of pastas and hanger steak, all of which were good. The meal averaged at around $28.00 per person, without wine but including the HealthyLA surcharge (4%), tax and tip.

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