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When the Cost of Meat is a Pound of Flesh

Local restaurants are facing higher meat prices By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Three barbecue days mark the beginning, the middle and the end of summer....

Greed… It’s What’s for Dinner

By Leslie Belt, Contributing Columnist According to a Gallup poll released this past January, nearly one quarter of adults in the United States...

My Father’s BBQ Reopens Following Food Drive

By Joseph Baroud, Reporter The owner and head chef at My Father’s BBQ teamed up with Carson councilmembers to distribute more than 300 meals outside...

Here’s to Life During Quarantine: Happy Hour on Wheels

By Gretchen Williams, Food Writer Joy in small things is one of the lessons of this season of confinement. The beauty of spring is joined...

Cuisine To Go: Meals On Heels

By Gretchen Williams,  Food Writer Life in San Pedro is changing, as we watch the fruit trees bloom and the jacaranda trees getting ready for...

Takeout Cuisine in San Pedro

By Gretchen Williams, Dining and Cuisine Writer Life as we know it can change in an instant. Strategy for daily living has changed for everyone,...

A Fresh Breeze at Shore Grill

By Gretchen Williams, Dining and Cuisine Writer A sea breeze comes up every afternoon in South Shores, often in sharp contrast to heat or pollution...

Restaurant Updates — Buono’s; Compagnon; Choriman & Colossus

By Gretchen Williams, Dining and Cuisine Writer Buono’s New San Pedro Location Sunday afternoon in San Pedro always meant dinner at Grandmother's house, and if you...

A New Dining Gem on Western Avenue

By Gretchen Williams, Dining and Cuisine Writer The Northern Cafe is an undiscovered treasure on Western Avenue. Nestled in the shopping mall on the harbor...

Wasting Food: There’s No Excuse Anymore

By Joshua Samuel, Editorial Intern We love to say we hate waste: we hate to waste time; we hate to waste energy; we really hate...

Oktoberfest at Alpine Village: The Home of Much Needed Tradition, Comradery and Beer

By Adam R. Thomas, Reporter While not to the same degree as following Barbara Streisand, it must have been tough to host Alpine Village’s annual...

When Date Night Doesn’t Work

Chef Chris Sison has Lunch Date Picks By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor I don’t consider myself a foodie-snob, but I like to haunt the Instagram accounts...

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