Following the USDA food recommendations can be daunting and frustrating at times. As we all know, what’s considered healthy today may not be so healthy [more…]
Jim Barkley’s culinary aha moment happened because of a simple wish: he was looking for something low-carb, cheesy and crunchy to put in his salad. [more…]
There are certain foods that make you feel right at home. For some people, this may be fried chicken or meatloaf. For me, it’s hummus. [more…]
Larchmont Buzz reader and photographer Keith Johnson snapped some shots of poem goddess Jacqueline Suskin writing and selling her wordy wares at the Hollywood Farmers [more…]
California Certified Farmers Market unveiled a new market location this week – along the Miracle Mile at Wilshire Courtyard. The opening day crowds were strong all day long, making the market look like a sure winner.
The Larchmont Village Farmers’ Market will be closed on Sunday due to the annual Larchmont Family Fair. The Farmers’ Market will be back to its regular schedule on Sunday, November 4th. [Read more…]
The Original Farmers Market at 3rd and Fairfax is hosting their Fourth Annual Taste of Farmers Market on Tuesday for unlimited sampling of food and drink from all the vendors in the market…[Read more.]
For those of us who adore food that is sour, pickled and often spicy, a new addition to the Larchmont Farmer’s Market has come in [more…]
The old world charm of the Farmer’s Market at 3rd and Fairfax delivers fun for parents and their children…[Read more.]
Strolling through the Larchmont Farmer’s Market on Sunday morning a couple of weeks ago, I was offered a smidgeon of black truffle salt from Hepp’s Salt Bar…[Read more.]
Short Cake, the bakery associated with Nancy Silverton and the late Amy Pressman’s new burger joint – Short Order- is opening this weekend. Just in time for the holidays! [Read more…]
The growth of neighborhood farmers’ markets throughout Los Angeles is one sign that healthy eating and local food sourcing are really catching on in our [more…]
The Hancock Park and Mid-Wilshire area is a great place to live and this LA Times video “My Fairfax, My Wilshire, Myself” celebrates some of the area’s unique institutions and characters.
The LA City Council has an ordinance in process that will allow urban, backyard farmers to sell their produce, right down the block.
The “locavore” local food movement is alive and well in the neighborhood with organic produce delivered weekly on Wednesdays for pickup outside the Ebell [more…]