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Food News Roundup: A Vegan's BBQ Solution, A $2 Cocktail in West Hollywood + Radioactive Tuna

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Tue, May 29, 2012 at 4:21 PM
click to enlarge bluefin tuna sushi - FLICKR/ PAUL KELLER

Eating L.A.: On the Altadena Farmers Market.

Gastronomy: A recipe for a whole wheat strawberry cake.

The Associated Press: Radioactive bluefin arrives in Southern California.

Consuming L.A.: The seven best Cuban pastries at Porto's Bakery and Cafe.

E*star L.A.: The best places to eat oysters in L.A.

Finer Things L.A.: A cocktail for under $2 in West Hollywood?

The Healthy Voyager: Beet and bean veggie burgers are the vegan's solution to BBQ season.

Feed the Monster: A review of Chicken Lady Cafe's homestyle food.

Bon Appetit: The best way to cut an avocado.

Eastside Food Bites: Fusion Burgers makes up for lack of originality with flavor.

Food GPS: An interview with chef Chris Cosentino.

L.A. Foodie: Recapping of the 2012 California Strawberry Festival.

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