Newsletter: Here's why we stopped italicizing 'foreign' foods

Critic Patricia Escárcega discusses the decision to drop italics from Food stories.
Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • January 4, 2020
Happy New Year, everyone. Whether you spent the winter holidays making tamales, slow-roasting pernil or learning the fine art of opening Champagne with a sword, I hope you ate well, surrounded by the people you love. My resolution this year is to...
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