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With L.A. in the yellow tier of COVID-19 reopening, restaurants are booming. Check out these outdoor dining options for sushi, ramen, tacos and more.

At Guelaguetza, the flavors of Oaxaca are essential elements of Los Angeles cuisine.

You can buy a plethora of earthquake kits online, but which ones are the best for the price? Here’s a look at four off-the-shelf options.

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Meals to make from canned food and a little seasoning ingenuity. These will make your earthquake emergency rations more palatable.

Hibiscus tea, fresh ginger and orange blossom water add fragrance to this bubbly drink, inspired by a traditional Senegalese beverage.

Black-eyed peas, rice and cabbage — cooked with bacon and country ham — combine in chef Ray Anthony Barrett adaptation of his mom’s recipe.

Dawn Perry brings simplicity and flavor to her new recipes for our weeknight meal series.

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