Where to eat, buy and learn about dates in Southern California

All about eating dates: recipes, shopping, restaurant dishes and their origins in the Coachella Valley.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 9, 2021
This week Christian Reynoso delves deep into the farming and culinary culture around dates in Southern California. He visits the Bautista Family Organic Date Ranch in Mecca, Calif. (and makes a persuasive argument for traveling to the Coachella...
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