Baroo, Chengdu Impression dinner celebrates L.A. diversity

Food Bowl will host a dinner to celebrate the diversity of food in Los Angeles with chefs from Shiku and Baroo, Chengdu Impression, Valerie Confections, Slab BBQ and Broken Spanish.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • September 28, 2021
Many of us believe that Los Angeles is the best food city in America. National recognition started to trickle in about a decade ago, but chefs and gourmands —and everyone in between — have celebrated its pluralism and appreciated its greatness for...
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