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Happy International Bacon Day! Celebrate with 18 recipes

Bacon lover? If you’re like me, you probably don’t need an excuse to enjoy bacon. Still, even this most amazing of foods gets its own holiday, to be celebrated the Saturday before Labor Day. That would be today. So Happy International Bacon Day!

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Rustic Canyon, Huckleberry Cafe, more add 3% employee benefit surcharge

Rustic Canyon, Huckleberry Cafe, Milo and Olive and Sweet Rose Creamery are the latest Los Angeles restaurants to add a surcharge to supplement their employees’ healthcare costs. The four businesses, all part of owner Josh Loeb and Zoe Nathan’s Rustic Canyon family, made the announcement in a…

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‘Brew Dogs’ hits its finale with a Southern California special

The season finale of Esquire Network’s Brew Dogs craft beer show aired Wednesday night and featured the eponymous Scots teaming with some of our local home brewers in a competition to brew the quintessential L.A. beer, and it highlighted some of the best places to find craft beer in town.

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Ludo Lefebvre’s Petit Trois to expand hours and lunchtime menu

Petit Trois, the newly opened French cafe next to Trois Mec by Ludo Lefebvre, Vinny Dotolo and Jon Shook, is expanding its hours and lunch menu.

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Cheers! To more Mexican beers

Mexican beer has come a long way since that first crisp beer you ordered from the imported side of the menu in 1981, when beers like Corona were first made available in the U.S., both in the cerveza artesanal world and the macro-brewed mainstream Mexican beer world.

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Cheers! To more Mexican beers

Mexican beer has come a long way since that first crisp beer you ordered from the imported side of the menu in 1981, when beers like Corona were first made available in the U.S., both in the cerveza artesanal world and the macro-brewed mainstream Mexican beer world.

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John Sedlar, Julian Cox and more mix it up at the Taste’s ‘Dinner with a Twist’

If the city’s hottest chefs and mixologists are your idea of great dinner dates, be sure to check out this year’s “Dinner with a Twist” event during Los Angeles Times’ the Taste on Saturday. It’s an evening full of cooking and mixology demonstrations with plenty of cocktails and small bites.

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Six restaurants in Pasadena to try right now

Pasadena may best be known as that little town with the Rose Parade and the big college bowl game. And isn’t it where the little old lady in that Beach Boys’ song is from? However, as far as dining is concerned, it’s always been on the conservative side. But with a recent…

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Six restaurants in Pasadena to try right now

Pasadena may best be known as that little town with the Rose Parade and the big college bowl game. And isn’t it where the little old lady in that Beach Boys’ song is from? However, as far as dining is concerned, it’s always been on the conservative side. But with a recent…

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Winemaker Steve Matthiasson one of many sorting through quake wreckage

The bumper sticker on Napa vintner and viticulturist Steve Matthiasson’s truck reads, “Mother nature always bats last.” That she did this morning at 3:20 a.m. when a 6.0 earthquake hit the famed valley.

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