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  • Local Espelette powder comes to L.A. farmers markets

    Local Espelette powder comes to L.A. farmers markets
    Espelette powder, produced for centuries in the Basque country of southwestern France, is the aristocrat of the chile world. It’s only moderately hot, but has a touch of sweetness, a rich aroma of roasted tomatoes and peppers, and a complex,...
  • Want to go to a holiday food market? Here are two

    The last MPK Night Market of the year is coming, just in time for the holiday. Which means that you can start eating even earlier than you thought, specifically on Friday at Barnes Park in Monterey Park. This Holiday Night Market will feature not only the...
  • Reese's comes out with spreadable peanut butter cups. Worth the wait?

    Reese's comes out with spreadable peanut butter cups. Worth the wait?
    Reese's peanut butter cup fans may have jumped for joy when Hershey's decided to make the beloved chocolate candy cups as a spread, in a jar.  "Reese's spreads? I bet when you open the jar angels sing and butterflies fly out 'Ahhhhhhh'," wrote Jax...
  • POP Produce brings traveling grocery store to downtown L.A., Highland Park

    For the last few years, there have been many terrific pop-up restaurants, bakeries, ice cream shops, even coffee stalls and taquerias around town. But what about markets? Yes, there are farmers markets, but these are hardly small or mobile. That's why...
  • Tips on how to save more on gas cards at Publix

    Tips on how to save more on gas cards at Publix
    Get free gas at Publix starting Thursday. Save $10 on $50 gas cards with a $50 grocery purchase starting Thursday. The offer is good through Sunday. The coupon for the popular offer is on the cover of this week's circular, inserted into Wednesday's...
  • A quick study in heartfelt international relations

    She had me at privyet. I had just delivered a talk in Romania on Jewish-Mormon relations (a niche topic, to be sure) at a church in Bucharest, and standing before me was Florina, a raven-haired beauty who greeted me in Russian after learning we had both...
  • 2014 New York Auto Show: 2015 Subaru Outback

    2014 New York Auto Show: 2015 Subaru Outback
    Subaru is unveiling a refreshed version of its popular Outback -- the most fuel efficient and roomiest version in the model's 20-year history. The 2015 is the fifth-generation Outback, an all-wheel-drive series that has helped the Japanese company...
  • As automakers ramp up sales incentives, TrueCar lists five top deals

    Car companies are reacting to tepid auto sales so far this year by ratcheting up the discounts.  The industry is spending about $2,773 per vehicle this month in special sales incentives and discounts, according to car shopping information company...
  • Porsche's success looms over Maserati sales push

    Porsche's success looms over Maserati sales push
    MILAN (Reuters) - As Fiat Chrysler moves to reinvent its small Maserati brand as a serious rival to the world's luxury car makers, the pressure to succeed is all the greater for the startling success of Germany's Porsche. The German sportscar maker has...
  • Green beans, the ultimate role player, 12 ways

    Green beans, the ultimate role player, 12 ways
    Have you ever thought about how hard it must be to be a green bean? Just think of it – there you are, a simple string, surrounded by all those voluptuous colorful fruits of summer: tomatoes, peaches, melons. What’s a bean to do? The...
  • Tesla's fight with Chris Christie could shutter New Jersey stores

    Tesla's fight with Chris Christie could shutter New Jersey stores
    The strategy of Tesla Motors to sell its electric Model S sports sedan through company-owned stores took a hit this week when New Jersey required that autos sold in the state have to move through a middleman, namely a dealer. At the urging of auto...