Food in a pandemic

Restaurants, cooking and eating during the coronavirus outbreak.
Launching a new business seems illogical if not downright insane in the time of coronavirus — but these restaurants are doing just that.
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In an East L.A. neighborhood dense with mini-marts, the flamingo pink Sara’s Market is hard to miss even as you zoom down the busy stretch of road on which it has sat for 60 years.
The Irvine-based Second Harvest Food Bank has dramatically retooled operations, hiring out-of-work employees to help distribute nonperishable food.
California’s 420,000 farmworkers are working through the crisis. But language barriers and a lack of communication on the coronavirus put many at risk.
Jessica Koslow’s popular all-day spot Sqirl will temporarily become a relief center for restaurant workers