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Coffee History

Go Get Em Tiger Spotlights 13 Keys to Coffee History on Collectible Cards

Coffee subscription services are becoming more prevalent. To stand out, and to reward loyal customers, coffee companies are starting to include special bonuses that go beyond the beans and basic add-ons like brewing instructions....

Farm Ventura County

Apricot Lane Farms Takes Regenerative Approach to Growth in Moorpark

Some farms are simply more inspiring. Apricot Lane Farms in Moorpark is one such place. To explain why, proprietors John Chester and wife Molly recently hosted a group tour in advance of “The Biggest...

Food Charity Los Angeles

Food Forward Produce Pit Stop Increases Fight Against Hunger and Waste

When I last checked in on Food Forward, the organization was collecting 165,000 pounds of produce per week and feeding 1 million people per year. The non-profit started by organizing backyard fruit picks and...

Beer Festival Los Angeles

L.A. Beer Week 11 Recap, El Grito + Smog City at the Hollywood Farmers Market

Another Los Angeles Beer Week has come and now gone. This is the 11th year of the celebration of all things beer across my sprawling metropolis, the City of Angels. It would take a...

Beer Festival California

THE Invitational, Two Woods + L.A. Beer Week 11

Smiles. You usually don’t see smiles on people’s faces waiting in line. Especially if what they are waiting for doesn’t start for close to two hours, but Brew & Youeach year I walk by...

Chef Los Angeles

Interview: chef Mei Lin (Nightshade)

I first became aware of Mei Lin when she joined the 2014 Eater Young Guns class. At the Culver City tasting event to celebrate that year’s winners, she served a knockout congee that was...