How the pandemic changed L.A. food culture

The Food team revisits a devastating year and looks ahead.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 20, 2021
For this weekend’s Food section, the Food team marked the anniversary of the pandemic-related shutdowns and its rippling effects on Los Angeles’ dining and cooking culture. Jenn Harris profiles four longtime hospitality workers to find out how...
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