An around-the-world tour with 6 great rice salads in L.A.

If you are like most readers of The Times' Food pages, you probably read Russ Parsons’ article on rice salad last weekend.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • May 27, 2014
If you are like most readers of The Times’ Food pages, you probably read Russ Parsons’ article on rice salad last weekend. You may have even saved that great-sounding recipe for cucumber-yogurt rice salad to your Evernote. But did you also wonder...
The full article can be read on the Los Angeles Times website.

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