Glatt Gulch is an affectionate nickname for a 15-block stretch of Pico Boulevard in L.A.'s Westside that serves as an introduction to the world of Israeli cuisine. The Glatt kosher foods featured in this gallery are from Haifa Restaurant. Here, clockwise from top left, small plates of freshly made baba ghanouj, pickles, egg salad, beet salad and coleslaw surround a plate of hummus.
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