Food News Roundup: Farewell to Yujean Kang's Gourmet Chinese, Swiss Take Over Olympic Dining + Recipes for Cherry Desserts
Purslane from Flora Bella Farms at the Hollywood market
L.A. Eater: A sad farewell to Yujean Kang's Gourmet Chinese in Pasadena.
Food GPS: Following up with the progress of Pipe Dream Brewery.
Zester Daily: The House of Switzerland venue to cook the Olympics.
Grub Street: The opening of Dogtown Coffee in Santa Monica brings us back to the days of "skating swimming pools and drinking out of neighbors' hoses."
Eatocracy: How to use purslane in pasta dishes, yogurt and vegetable soup.
Good Food: Adding the jazzy number "Seventh Son" by Mose Allison to your cooking playlist.
L.A. Foodie: Ben and Drew's final favorites from Dine L.A. restaurant week.
Bon Appetit: A sample 10,000-calorie menu for long-distance athletes.
Caroline on Crack: An article and photo gallery exploring various cocktails at 1886 Bar at the Raymond.
MSNBC Bites: The $2,300 hot dog at 230 Fifth, and why it costs so much.
Food 52: Recipes for a cherry snow cone, a cherry almond torta and other recipes that accentuate the tangy sweet flavor of summer cherries.
Finer Things L.A.: An announcement for the second annual L.A. Brew at the Zoo.
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