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Updated: July 25, 2014 2:06:21 PM PDT
For those who have never been in the Little India section of Artesia, it's important to understand that like many of the ethnic neighborhoods of Southern California, this is not exactly like a journey to the homeland. This is not Mumbai (formerly Bombay) or Kolkata (formerly Calcutta). This is a Southland bedroom community ...   Read More...
 
(SGVN/Photo by Walt Mancini)
California's wine country may be to the north of Los Angeles, but there are plenty for local wine lovers to celebrate. According to Wine Spectator, there are dozens of restaurants in the area - from downtown L.A. to Pasadena and the South Bay - offering deliciously diverse wines.   Read More...
 
Los Angeles will be highlighting its diverse fare with dineLA's summer edition, where some of the city's best restaurants will be offering specially priced lunch and dinner menus of multi-course meals for as little as $15.   Read More...
 
(Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz/Pasadena Star-News)
East of the Atlantic station of the Metro Gold Line are a plethora of eateries. But one is aiming to stand out by offering rock 'n' roll cuisine.   Read More...
 
. Photo copyright Jenny Peters.
There's been a lot going on this week in L.A., starting with exemplary cooking classes at the Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Pasadena. All week, famed Thai chef Nooror Somany Steppe of Blue Elephant Restaurant fame brings her incredible talents a series of hands-on Thai cooking workshop there. We tried it on Monday, June 16, and ended up making (and tasting!) some of the most elegant and flavorful Thai cuisine we've ever tasted.   Read More...
 
 
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