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  • The finest food in Los Angeles for even the thinnest wallets

    The finest food in Los Angeles for even the thinnest wallets

    Is it possible to spend more than $400 per person at some of the restaurants on this year's list of the best 101? Of course. Cuisine costs. But great cooking takes many different forms in Los Angeles, and some of the most exquisite flavors belong to us all. Attari Sandwich Shop Attari is a slice...

  • Kimchi like your North Korean grandma makes

    Kimchi like your North Korean grandma makes

    Not all of us are lucky enough to have a Korean mom or halmuhni (grandma) to make us giant jars of kimchi to stuff into our refrigerators. Some of us have to buy kimchi from sterilized jars from mass Korean grocers or get them at Costco. If you’re looking for a little more homemade flavor, though,...

  • Oaxacan restaurant Guelaguetza celebrates 20th anniversary

    Oaxacan restaurant Guelaguetza celebrates 20th anniversary

    Fernando Lopez Mateos opened the original Guelaguetza restaurant on 8th Street in Koreatown in August 1994, a restaurant that would become a Los Angeles institution serving the moles, tlayudas and banana-leaf-wrapped tamales of Oaxaca. When Lopez Mateos first moved to Los Angeles from Mexico, he...

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  • Eat and learn: Two tastings and dinners focused on mezcal, tequila

    Eat and learn: Two tastings and dinners focused on mezcal, tequila

    Want to learn more about mezcal and tequila? There are two events coming up that will help you get started. On April 23, Bricia Lopez is hosting a special tasting seminar called “El Lenguaje del Mezcal” at Guelaguetza in Los Angeles. Erick Rodriguez, an expert on mezcal history and production,...

  • Defense calls LAPD officers' perjury sentence 'just and proper'

    Defense calls LAPD officers' perjury sentence 'just and proper'

    Attorneys for two former Los Angeles Police partners convicted of perjury and conspiracy to obstruct justice said Tuesday that a judge was right to sentence their clients to community labor instead of jail. The lawyers applauded the judge for rejecting calls by the prosecutor on the case to incarcerate...

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