Hype-backlash aside, this is a very welcome sign.
Ferry Plaza: French prunes, Costata Romanesca squash, and Tongue of Fire shelling beans abound at the Ferry Building farmers market. [7x7] Oakland: Sobo Ramen, which uses locally-sourced ingredients from farmers such LLano Seco’s organic pork and Mary’s Free Range Chicken,...
Plus: Prepackaged foods to invade the produce section of a supermarket near you; and no matter how much states cut back on food stamps, you still can't eat a truck, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Miami gets a food truck for pets; and deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak refuses to eat solid food, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Sherry gains some recognition; and McDonald's sales soar, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus pizza chains step up competition as Americans demand for cheap food grows, and a dude in Connecticut tired to use his iPhone to rob a restaurant, all in our morning news roundup.
A celeb chef ran over 26 miles in under four hours while Jewish Groups try to lure better grocers to under-served L.A.
Hollywood gets a farmers market with the city's best views.
A major investigation is launched into illegal produce practices.
California grows about 50% of the nation's produce, but its output is severely threatened by a worsening drought.
Culver City debuts the rebirth of its biggest mall, while farmer's are concerned new legislation will sap their profits.
A salmonella scare has a Moorpark farm calling for its parsley back, while Pomona College joins a trend to go tray-less while eating.
Gary Menes and Andre Guerrero team up to deliver menus that change at least every week.
Rustic Canyon debuts a menu in honor of September's harvest.
Jeremy Piven throws a fit over Kattan's sushi barbs while UCLA offers L.A. high school teachers a look at international food cultures.
Huff Post gives L.A. restaurants the slip on local food.
Just when we broke out the Patrón to wish the Mexican and, excuse us, "Oriental" fruit fly a joyous goodbye, the guava fruit fly shows up to the party [The Packer]...
Two hundred produce carts are already hopping with customers.
A kosher fruit market adds to the neighborhood green quotient.
The reopened Gristedes in Brooklyn Heights is hoping to take on Peas & Pickles with healthier products.