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Review: 10 more great Orange County dishes still available during the coronavirus pandemic

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • April 3, 2020

, Orange County Register/SCNG) Reuben sandwich at A Market You still order hot sandwiches at A Market, including the best Reuben in Newport Beach, and they also sell all sorts of market items: fresh eggs, breads, pastries, cookies, packaged salads, etc

. Takeout: Yes. Delivery: No. 3400 W. Coast Highway, 949-650-6515, amarketnb.com Reuben sandwich from A Market in Newport Beach (Photo by Brad A. Johnson, Orange County Register/SCNG) Tri-tip gyros at Kebab Republic You won’t find better Turkish and Greek

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At a Kosher Market in Encino, a Chef Is Putting a ‘Sexy’ Spin on Comfort Food

Josh Lurie • Los Angeles Magazine • July 13, 2021

up the talk with bold flavors. Tel Aviv Authentic Chef Kitchen replaced shawarma specialist TzaBar just beyond the entrance to Super Sal Market, a 20-year-old Kosher grocery store across the street from an epic Karate Kid mural. (The movie and the

The best holiday tamales from around the world in Los Angeles

Bill Addison, Stephanie Breijo, Betty Hallock, Jenn Harris, Lucas Kwan Peterson • Los Angeles Times • December 12, 2022

, typically flavored with tomato and containing some type of meat. The chuchito variation you’ll find at Guatemalteca Bakery and Restaurant, a market and Guatemaltessen on Beverly Boulevard, features chicken and balances the moist, near-crumbly masa with a

Greenblatt’s Deli, One of L.A.’s Oldest Businesses, Closes Up Shop

Chris Nichols • Los Angeles Magazine • August 12, 2021

there.” The original Greenblatt’s was a market and delicatessen at 48th and Vermont in South Central Los Angeles that opened in 1920. During the Great Depression the business relocated to what is now the Sunset Car Wash, and then to the corner of Sunset

Review: Korean American deli Yangban Society is going to be big

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 17, 2022

like a spacecraft command center, a market area in the far corner delineated by its striking shade of cobalt-blue paint — but the most important decisions start at the deli counter, where two rounds of ppang have been strategically placed. The loaves

A New Wine Window in Silver Lake Is Highlighting Black Vintners and Brewers

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • October 16, 2020

wanted, except maybe for optics, or as a market for Muscat,” she wrote. Photo: Courtesy of Gingergrass Gaiter added that, in spite of her status as one of the most widely-read wine writers in the world, “at large wine trade tastings, I still have to elbow

The 10 best restaurants in San Diego, according to our critic

Bill AddisonRestaurant Critic • Los Angeles Times • July 15, 2022

even better cold brew. A latte sweetened with condensed milk and nutmeg is about as crazy as the concoctions get, which I respect. It sits in the back of a small market that also houses a gift store and a barber shop. There is limited seating that is

5 new pantry essentials for easy meals

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 30, 2022

published by Global Industry Analysts Inc., a market research company. That’s a lot of hot sauce and ketchup. In Los Angeles, condiments played a dual role: The purchase of products made by local restaurants helped support your favorite struggling businesses

What a gas stove ban means for Korean and Chinese cooks in L.A.

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • June 2, 2022

reselling them on a secondary market full of other business owners making the transition to electric. “It may be prohibitive for many restaurants,” wrote Ng. “And would discriminate against restaurants owned by POC.” But the city appears poised to move

New Restaurants Have Continued to Open During the Pandemic—Some with Surprising Success

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • May 19, 2020

special cauliflower rice for his sushi, Ei Hiroyoshi, former chef at Sasabune Beverly Hills, proceeded with the launch of his low-carb sushi ghost-kitchen concept, Skinny Fish, in mid-April. His brand strategy partner Anna Drabik says they see a market in

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