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  • Community garden's unusual harvest

     
    A 10-year-old community gardener in Oak Park has a plan. Daniel Cashdan is trying to grow a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The blackberries have been picked and made into the jelly, and the wheat seedlings have been started at......
  • Frank Ocean's 'nostalgia, ULTRA' re-release will be 'lite,' singer hoping to clear samples

     
    When the re-release of Frank Ocean’s mixtape "nostalgia, ULTRA" hits retail stores this summer, it will likely be missing a few tracks. Ocean recently chatted with MTV News about the re-packaged disc, which will be called “Nostalgia, LITE.&#...
  • Battle of the Burgers: Red, white and blueberry burger from Brooks Walker of Folsom, Calif.

     
    We received nearly 90 entries in our first-ever Battle of the Burgers. Readers voted for their favorites, and we took the top 20 vote-getters and went to work in the L.A. Times Test Kitchen. We're printing our five favorites in......
  • Tamasin Day-Lewis on jewels and radishes

     
    Tamasin Day-Lewis -- English chef, food writer and sister of "There Will Be Blood" star Daniel Day-Lewis -- and the publishing house of Hemmerle have collaborated to conceive "Delicious Jewels," a book that simultaneously explores the tastes, textures,...
  • Public School 612 opens Tuesday [Updated]

     
    Downtown Los Angeles is getting serious about beer. There's Spring Street Bar with its more than two dozen beers on tap; the lengthy Old World list offered at Wurstkuche; Angel City Brewery's new beer garden; and now a craft-beer-centric bar......
  • A punk rock drummer turned jam maker

     
    Here's an early look at what's coming in this week's Food section: For Laura Ann Masura, making jams under her Laura Ann's Jams label has been as much about self-preservation as it has been about putting up seasonal fruit in......
  • Canning it: How to make the sweetness last

     
    For capturing fruit flavors at the height of the season, there is nothing more satisfying for the home preservationist than making sweet preserves. In the most basic terms, a sweet preserve is jam, jelly and marmalade or fruit butter. Whatever......
  • M.B. Post to open next week; bring on the beach-y cocktails (plus, more openings)

     
    M.B. Post, the restaurant from former Water Grill chef David LeFevre, is expected to open Monday in Manhattan Beach. It's just steps away from the water, so where better to enjoy a summer cocktail (ok, it's still spring, but there's......
  • 5 Questions for Roxana Jullapat

     
    Roxana Jullapat is the pastry chef at Ammo restaurant in Los Angeles, where she's currently making spring-y desserts such as cream biscuit with creme fraiche and Gaviota strawberries; warm bunuelos with ricotta, strawberry-rhubarb jam and strawberry ice...
  • Now open: Red Medicine in Beverly Hills, Bar Toscana in Brentwood, l'Epicerie Market in Culver City

     
    On Brentwood's Italian-restaurant row, Toscana has opened a next-door lounge, inspired by Negroni-pouring Milano (even though Milan's in Lombardy, not Tuscany, but whatever). Bar Toscana has Italian-inspired cocktails and market-driven stuzzichini, or...
  • What did you buy -- and eat -- at Artisanal L.A.? [Updated]

     
    I walked out of Artisanal L.A. weighed down with three shopping bags filled with jellies, sauces, coconut snowballs from Cake Monkey, thick-sliced pepper bacon from Cast Iron Gourmet, stone ground lime-and-sea salt chocolates from Chocovivo, the Meyer...