Results related to “food”
by Julianne Hing on June 20 2014, 12:19PM
Detainees at multiple detention centers around the country have strikingly similar complaints.
by Julianne Hing on April 8 2014, 7:00AM
Food activist and author Bryant Terry shares the books that shaped him and his understanding of his place in the world.
by Jamilah King on November 18 2013, 7:00AM
The celebrity chef dishes on the new flavor of the country.
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Von Diaz on October 17 2013, 3:48PM
Food industry experts say tortillas and salsa have replaced potato chips and ketchup.
by Jamilah King on September 30 2013, 11:17AM
Here’s what you won’t see in the popular chef’s new biography ‘L.A. Son.’
by Julianne Hing on July 11 2013, 4:16PM
Six farmers markets serve all of South L.A., while West L.A.’s got 16.
by Jamilah King on June 20 2013, 7:49AM
Because racism is as American as Paula Deen’s Apple Pie.
by Jamilah King on June 19 2013, 9:40AM
Has she officially lost her mind? Nope. She’s just being honest.
by Julianne Hing on April 26 2013, 6:00AM
The U.S. will be “majority-minority” in a few decades, but in the City of Angels the future is now. In fact, you can literally taste it.
by Hatty Lee on September 7 2012, 10:00AM
A new generation of Asian American chefs are adding flare to traditional food.
by Julianne Hing on March 2 2012, 9:04AM
Why don’t more people have access to healthy food? In a new book, journalist Tracie McMillian looks beyond fast food restaurants to untangle a web that’s proven deadly for people living in poverty.
by Julianne Hing on January 26 2012, 9:00AM
The revolution begins at people’s kitchen tables.
by Rinku Sen on December 1 2011, 9:59AM
Noticing that all the bussers in your favorite restaurant are Latino and all the waiters white? And that black people are nowhere to be found—unless you’re grabbing fast food? It’s not a coincidence. And now there’s a guide for
by Jorge Rivas on November 28 2011, 1:25PM
Black children and teens see 80 percent to 90 percent more ads compared with white youth, according to researches at Yale.
by Joseph Jung on October 27 2011, 9:45AM
Efforts to get affordable healthy foods into deprived communities are finally spreading around the country. Unfortunately, legislators have focused on courting corporate supermarkets rather than supporting local alternatives that would be truly healthy.