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  • A BARGAIN LUNCH IN MONTEREY PARK

    Can’t read Chinese? It doesn’t matter. You can still get one of the best lunch bargains around at My Way Deli in Monterey Park. The blackboard (at top) lists four dishes. Reading from the top down, they are beef, pork, chicken and fish, which come with soup, a couple of vegetable dishes, rice and tea, […]...

  • Best Indian Summer Snacks From Tim’s Cascade

    There are potato chips (most of which are addictively fun to eat) and there are “potato chips.”  Tim’s Cascade Snacks are “potato chips.”  Why? They are just thin enough to retain their strong have more of a snap; they are more flavorful, available in more varieties and more interesting varietie...

  • UPSCALE DOWNHOME OLD- AMERICAN HELP FOR COOKS

    If you sneer at cooking with canned soups and packaged seasoning mixes, “Upscale Downhome” is not for you.  This regional American But if you’re a busy mom carting kids around, juggling schedules, maybe working too, you will love this book. And so will anyone forced to get food on the table fast, figure what t...

  • Sofitel Hotel Los Angeles Hosts “French Wine Days” 2016

    Sofitel Hotel Wine Days at the Sofitel Los Angeles are in progress while it is wine harvesting season in France, with special events running through the month of October directed by the Los Angeles Wine Association. Signature sampling flights of wine at Riviera 31 lounge bar, with platters of French cheese and crackers. and ...

  • “Migrant Kitchen” LA Food Series Airs on KCET

    Chase Valencia (above) is the Co-Owner and General Manager of LASA, a popup restaurant project housed inside Unit 120 in Chinatown of Los Angeles.  His and other migrant stories will be aired on the doc-series,  The Migrant Kitchen, a series in co-production with KCETLink, a national independent public media organization. Pr...

  • UPDATED INDIAN FOOD AT ANARBAGH

    When I heard that Anarbagh in Beverly Hills is part of a chain, I thought, oh no, more of the same old stuff–how much chicken tikka masala can anyone eat? With such a location, flavors would probably be mellowed for people used to five-star dining but not to Indian food. Well, you can slap me […]...

  • Celestino Pasadena Upholds Royal Family Pedigree

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Pasta is the star of the Drago family restaurants.  And there are as many of them as brothers, even more these days, serving classic Sicilian and other Italian regional dishes with a sure hand. The legendary oldest brother Celestino (pictured above at a charity event honoring him), inspired the Pasadena r...

  • MAKING PRETZELS WITH AN EXPERT

    I was thrilled to get an invitation to make pretzels with Hans Rockenwagner. Rockenwagner (above) is a superb teacher as well as a great baker, and he patiently coached the small group that gathered at his bakery cafe in Culver City. Following Rockenwagner’s example, we stretched already-prepared yeast dough into long, thi...

  • Authentic Crowdpleaser “Taste of Mexico 2016” in LA

    Taste of Mexico 2016,LA’s premier Mexican Food Culinary Festival, returned to the iconic LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes on Saturday, October 15th, 2016 to celebrate its 6th Annual Edition. Continuing to make history as the city’s staple event during Hispanic Heritage Month, Taste of Mexico treats guests to a curated selection ...

  • ROKU Adds Teppanyaki Pizazz to the Sunset Strip

    (Darien Morea and Gerry Furth-Sides)image above and below by Ralph Gentile Architects) ROKU, the newest member of the Sushi Roku family, is “a step higher than the others and blows you away as soon as you walk inside – it is so beautiful!” in the words of Darien Morea.     The Asian resort feeling comes [&he...

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