7 months ago | Cookbooks
For 20 years, the roaming Tomatomania plant sale has supplied Californians with hundreds of varieties of unique and classic seedling varieties. A new cookbook by the man behind Tomatomania, Scott Daigre (and co-author former L.A. Weekly ...
8 months ago | Best of L.A.
Three things go into making a great sausage: proper cooking, lots of flavor and a decent amount of fat. It has to absolutely pop. The bun should also have some substance and not be sweet or overpowering in any way; and with endless amounts of topp...
9 months ago | Jewish Cuisine
In the Jewish faith, food is not just for sustenance, it's a ritualized part of a holistic, compassionate approach to life. To be considered edible, ingredients must meet kashrut rules, meaning it is fit or proper to be eaten. At the Kosher Palate...
9 months ago | Neighborhoods
In case you aren't familiar with the neighborhood known as View Park-Windsor Hills, allow us to introduce you to this active-yet-hidden part of town. It's the place you end up if you drive south from Culver City or trek to the other side of the Ba...
10 months ago | Holidays
Attention holiday shoppers: we're sorry to report, but your time is up. If you need a gift in hand, your current options pretty much include a dash through CVS or a gift card from the grocery store check out line. Or not. There's one other solutio...
10 months ago | Candy
Since candy canes are the holiday season's favorite edible striped crooks, we started out looking for locally made ones and were amazed to find there is no local source. Sure, you can go to Logan's in Ontario to watch the candy made right before y...