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Newsletter: How to burn cheesecake

The top food stories from this week at the Los Angeles Times:

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Freshly baked Basque cheesecake made by chef Dave Beran of Dialogue restaurant in Santa Monica.
(Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)

BURNT CHEESECAKE

Genevieve Ko explores the joy of burnt Basque cheesecake with Dialogue chef Dave Beran, and yes, there’s a recipe.

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The classic hummus at Hasiba, a hummusiya and pita restaurant in Los Angeles’ Pico-Robertson neighborhood.
(Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

A PICO HUMMUSIYA

Patricia Escárcega reviews Hasiba, the hummusiya (great word, that) on Pico from the Lodge Bread Co. folks.

LOS ANGELES, CA-March 14, 2019: Kale, avocado & grapefruit salad from Alta Adams on Thursday, March
Kale, avocado and grapefruit salad from Alta Adams.
(Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

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CALIFORNIA SOUL FOOD

Bill Addison pulls up a chair at Alta Adams, chef Keith Corbin’s West Adams soul food restaurant.

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Sara Lezama operates her organic bakery Rye Goods out of a converted garage.
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A GARAGE FULL OF RYE

Amy Scattergood heads to Orange County to find an artisanal bakery in a converted Tustin garage.

COMPTON, CA - MARCH 17, 2019 ? A fresh bowl of menudo is ready to be eaten at the Mr. Menudo pop-up
A bowl of menudo at Mr. Menudo.
(Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)

IN PRAISE OF MENUDO

Hadley Tomicki checks out Mr. Menudo Oficial, a pop-up menudo stand in Compton.

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