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Espresso should be sipped after a meal and not its creamy counterpart.
Wine writer Jay Miller resigns after news leaks that he accepted money for appearances.
The Dodger star helps grill hot dogs and prepare Thanksgiving turkeys for those in need.
Inmates stand behind a hunger strike that started on Friday at Pelican Bay over inhumane conditions.
Over 1.7 million Angelenos faced hunger issues in 2009, more than any other county in the country.
The point of growing your own isn't exactly to save money.
A former presidential front-runner labels the "Better Know Your Farmer" program elitist, while a Carlsbad Mexican chain is sold.
A recipe plagiarism suit is dismissed and a bankrupt chicken chain will only leave three SoCal stores.
Newly proposed license plates honor California's agriculture.
Tim Burton took a cue from a TV toque and a famous club is sued by a more famous club.
Chef Joseph Gilliard fires a shot in the local food movement's revolution.
A major investigation is launched into illegal produce practices.
The Naked Chef does some detective work and a mega-coffee chain seeks to get fit.
A Tokyo company releases new sushi-making robots and a sous vide machine is produced for the home kitchen.
People are signing up for cooking school again and Fox will run a new cartoon about a burger joint.
Jamie Oliver starts a dating site and police have targeted street food in Boyle Heights.
California farmers feel their dire needs aren't being addressed urgently enough.
California grows about 50% of the nation's produce, but its output is severely threatened by a worsening drought.
Fraiche loses its founding chef, and Gourmet's final issue is available today.