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  1. Loco For Locavores
    Tickets Now On Sale For Harry’s Berries’ Annual Farm DinnerThis year, the favored fruit supplier will hold two days of its sell-out food event.
  2. Loco For Locavores
    A Tip Of The Derby Goes To L.A.’s Own Cobb SaladBob Cobb’s invention is credited as a “great microcosm of L.A. history”
  3. Openings
    James Republic Soft-Opening In Long BeachChef-owner Dean James Max is making modern coastal California with an abundance of local product.
  4. Closings
    Zack Walters and Chris Phelps Shutter Storefront Deli In Los FelizOne of the two Salt’s Cure chefs regrets that, “It’s really too bad that our vision could not be executed within the confines of the current business arrangement.”
  5. Loco For Locavores
    North Philly’s Common Market Launching Philly Good Food LabThe organization hopes to attract multiple food-focused start-ups.
  6. Leftovers
    Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley Serving At Rock & Brews Tomorrow; Adam TihanyThe KISS stars will wait on wounded warriors and veterans in Torrance.
  7. Video Feed
    PA Preferred Puts Dad’s Hat Whiskey Makers in FocusThe clip highlights the distilling concern’s dedications to producing quality spirits using mostly Pennsylvania-sourced ingredients.
  8. The Other Critics
    Wings at Dienner’s BBQ Chicken ‘Were Very Impressive’; WhereRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews.
  9. Loco For Locavores
    How Does Daily Dose’s Garden Grow?The edible arrangement of vegetables and herbs was planted by one of the cafe’s own customers.
  10. Loco For Locavores
    A KFC Undergoes Farm-to-Table-ization in Wyeth CountryPerhaps the coolest thing to come to Chadds Ford since the Wyeth clan put down its roots.
  11. Loco For Locavores
    Nathan Volz Ramps Up Spring at 10 ArtsAs sure as snow falls on the second day of spring, ramps are going on the menu tonight.
  12. Openings
    El Encanto Opens New Dining Room and Terrace on Friday, Has Its Own Dairy CowEllie isn’t hitting the plate, just producing milk for the in-house cheese program.
  13. Loco For Locavores
    The Southland Scrambles to Make Room For Your Backyard ChickensSeveral cities are overturning bans on domesticated poultry.
  14. Openings
    Jason Tuley Opens Anchor WoodFire Kitchen in Santa BarbaraThe former Churchill chef’s dream project hinges on a wood-burning oven, handmade pastas and salumi, and closely held sources for local uni, abalone, and organic meats.
  15. Openings
    What to Eat at Muddy Leek, Now Open in Culver CityThe supoer-seasonal restaurants stems from chef Whitney Flood’s Bon Melange Catering.
  16. Coming Soon
    Urban Radish Market Now Under Construction in Arts DistrictFarm-raised produce and hand-crafted products for Downtowners who seethe green with Whole Foods envy.
  17. Video Feed
    Watch Ian Knauer Make Sustainable Sausage With Lindy & GrundyHollywood’s whole animal butcher shop helps kick off the new Tastemakers web-series.
  18. Loco for Locavores
    Localicious Returns To Santa Monica This SundayThe event pairs Southern California farms with some of L.A.’s best market-driven chefs.
  19. Openings
    Check Out Last Night’s Menu at Cortez, Now Open in Echo ParkThe snug restaurant goes heavy on meat-free dishes and adheres to sustainable practices.
  20. Grub Guide
    Eight L.A. Restaurants That Grow Their OwnFrom Niki Nakayama’s organic Japanese garden to John Sedlar’s rooftop of aeroponic towers, these chefs deserve appluase for their extra efforts in bringing freshly plucked produce to our plates.
  21. Openings
    Ammo Opens At The Hammer MuseumAmy Sweeney’s esteemed farm-to-fork restaurant is now available to art lovers and office drones in Westwood.
  22. Loco For Locavores
    Garces Brings His Farm to the Table at JG DomesticA farm cart and special dinner will showcase what’s coming up at the Iron Chef’s Bucks County farm.
  23. Loco for Locavores
    Jeremy Fox Coming to Mar Vista Farmers Market This SundayThe chef will offer samples and a soup using heirloom melons grown from Baker Creek’s seeds.
  24. Loco For Locavores
    Patina Provides Summer Farmers Market Menus For LessChef de cuisine Charles Olalia is making Downtown’s famous “last bastion of fine-dining” more accessible while highlighting the season and the region.
  25. Loco for Locavores
    Eva Gets Heavily Into WeedsThe West Hollywood chefs say they are suffering from “Noma withdrawal.”
  26. Loco for Locavores
    The Santa Monica Farmers Market Blooms at Handsome Coffee RoastersEvery Wednesday evening, the Produce Project is bringing the coveted wares of SaMo vendors to Downtown residents.
  27. Loco For Locavores
    Steven Cook to Cook at Dickinson Square Farmers MarketThe chef and restaurateur will show market-goers how to cook their fresh goods.
  28. Loco for Locavores
    Redondo Beach Legalizes Urban Bee-KeepingBut still short on hipster foodists.
  29. Loco for Locavores
    From Jail Cells to Jerusalem ArtichokesThe Lincoln Heights Jail once housed Al Capone, soon it may house a massive urban garden.
  30. Loco For Locavores
    Backyard Chickens and Farming Blamed for Sickening Hundreds With SalmonellaThe CDC has identified mail-order hatcheries as a major source for the bacterial illness.
  31. Loco for Locavores
    Two New Farmers Markets And a Shutter To ComeAltadena and The Sunset Strip have two new dynamic offerings, while Bell Gardens’ “student-powered revolution” faces closure.
  32. Quote of the Day
    Joel Stein Is Not a Fan of LocavoresThe Time scribe went to Whole Foods to assemble a list of globalized groceries.
  33. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Kenny Seliger Pops-Up With Trap Door DiningThe Wirtshaus chef will first prepare a “head to tail fin” menu of sustainable seafood.
  34. Loco For Locavores
    Is Martha Stewart to Blame for the Scarcity of Ramps?Conservationists used to think foraging would die off with the old-timers, but Stewart had to go and make the movement all mainstream.
  35. Loco For Locavores
    New Farmers Market Blooming in Griffith ParkThe Autry National Center is bringing in sixteen vendors every Saturday.
  36. Loco for Locavores
    It’s Farmers Market Season at Yamashiro Again, Starting ThursdayThe market has the best views of any of our local locavores.
  37. Mediavore
    Beerathon Refunding Money to 4,000 Participants; Whole Foods to Green Up FishThe even has come under fire from the Department of Alcohol Beverage Control.
  38. Mediavore
    LAUSD Launching Free Breakfast Program; Vegans Mad at Strawberry FrappucinosThe meatless go crazy when they learn Starbucks has spiked their shakes with coloring from a beetle.
  39. Loco for Locavores
    Playa Plans to Grow Its OwnChef John Sedlar is installing a rooftop garden at The Beverly Blvd. restaurant.
  40. Mediavore
    Breitbart’s Last Political Discussion Held at The Brentwood; SoCal ResidentsThe political pundit may have talked shop with a man he’d just met only 50 minutes before he was declared dead.
  41. Mediavore
    Thomas Keller Breaks Eggs For Final Food Section; L.A. Workers Join CapitalThe chef takes the cover of the paper’s final food issue before it gets folded into a “Saturday” section.
  42. Loco for Locavores
    The Market on Holly Brings Pasadena Its First CSASilver Lake Farms will provide the produce, while the Market will add a few products.
  43. Loco For Locavores
    Joe Miller Shows You What the Hell to Do With Your CSAThe chef will take one box of produce and demonstrate how to make a meal of it.
  44. Freebies
    Clean Plates Launches L.A. AppWhere Animal meets Cafe Gratitude.
  45. Mediavore
    L.A. Cracks Down on Illegal Markets; The Rise and Fall of CriscoElsewhere, Michael Bloomberg is hoping to control portion sizes in the New York diet.
  46. Openings
    What to Eat at Post & Beam, Grand-Opening TuesdayThe dominant theme here is homegrown, with a locally raised chef, on-site garden, and Cali-centric drafts.
  47. Loco for Locavores
    Salute Collaborates with Weiser and Maggie’s Farm for Seaweed Beignets andAri Taymor, the wine bar’s new chef, is delighting in these SoCal farmer’s market favorites.
  48. Mediavore
    Infant Diets Predict Future Taste for Salt; North Korean Food Aid DelayedKim Jong Il’s death might have derailed the resumption of U.S. donations.
  49. Loco for Locavores
    Piper Goldstein Opens Atwater Village FarmAnd somehow manages to make macrobiotics look to cool.
  50. Mediavore
    Ye Olde King’s Head Owner Sounds Off on Stagnant Bank Loans; Pete Wells NamedSuddenly, those heart-warming commercials featuring Pink’s owners ring hollow.
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