1 month ago | Best of L.A.
Falafel is tasty, vegan, inexpensive, filling and — if you live in L.A. — probably nearby. How close, you ask? We were able to identify a falafel stand in almost every neighborhood, from Hawthorne to Ladera Heights, Reseda to West Covina. One thin...
9 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 ...
9 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...
10 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...
11 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...
11 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...