Tired of doing the dishes? Order food from a home cook

Home cooks are selling their food. Is it legal? The state says yes. L.A. says no.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • May 14, 2020
Masked and gloved, Mehri Azadi stands over the stovetop in her Glendale kitchen on a recent afternoon, her silver hair just visible under a bright orange cap. In front of her, a ruddy stew called fesenjoon bubbles away in a large pot; next to it,...
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