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  • Issue Archive for
  • Nov 18-24, 2004
  • Vol. 26, No. 52

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  • Burbank/Glendale/Eagle Rock

    Carousel Restaurant. There are two Carousels, and the Glendale branch may well be the best, most interesting Lebanese-Armenian restaurant in Los Angeles. The big, brash room, bedecked with scimitars and other Middle Eastern antiques, accommodates large parties and dating couples alike — but there’s also a more intimate patio. The...
  • Ask Mr. Gold

    QUESTION: A most esteemed and lately protein-minded associate of Turkish-Philly extraction recently made a Proustian stumble on sojouk, the spicy sausage and a childhood staple, in the rough-and-ready deli case at Jons market. With all respect to that vital establishment, can she do better, and where? —Sylvia, Hollywood   ANSWER:...
  • The World According to Ku

    Photo by Anne Fishbein ON A STRETCH OF TEMPLE CITY Boulevard crowded with fancy cake parlors and Chinese bridal boutiques, the busiest corner at lunchtime belongs to the Chinese noodle shop Dai Ho, its sidewalk thronged with people waiting for one of the few tables to open up, its parking...

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