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My name is Erika. I'm in love with making art, collecting old things & chasing after my two kiddos. This blog is a peek into my happy accidents & plots of total world domination.

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Let's Celebrate! LA VICTORIA'S 100 Years of Flavor


Attention Portland!

LA VICTORIA is coming to town to celebrate their 100th year anniversary. Wahoo! LA VICTORIA is one of the very first jarred salsas made in the United States starting in 1917. They are known for their sauces and salsas that are made with simple ingredients. Each and every tomato is from California. My confession is that LA VICTORIA is my ultimate favorite taco salsa. In college, it was a staple as I could always find it in any major grocery store.

LA VICTORIA is throwing a huge party right here in the heart of Portland at Pioneer Courthouse Square this Thursday evening. Yay! And, guess what else? They are inviting 100 fans and VIPs to have a night of delicious food and culture. Renowned Portland chef Noe Garnica of Verde Cocina will be serving a multiple course menu and Sabroso will be playing live music.

To support the local art community, LA VICTORIA held an art contest; five Portland art finalists will be competing for a prize of $7,500 cash and showing original art based on the theme, "Modern, West Coast Lifestyle."

LA VICTORIA has been around for 100 years now, so it's really great that they are celebrating with art, food and music. What more could you want? Seriously!

Click here To Reserve Your Spot at dinner. There are only 100 spots, so be quick!

This was a paid sponsored post but all the opinions are my own!

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