Sherman Oaks’ Farm Boy: Fruit, vegetables, fro yo, sushi, Asian specialities and more

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BY CAROLE ROSNER Years ago, I lived in New York City and earned very little money in my first grown up job. I searched out cheap eats and often ended up buying food from the small, relatively inexpensive, fruit and vegetable markets that lined my … [Read more...]

The gastronomic pleasures of Studio City’s Artisan Cheese Gallery

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BY CAROLE ROSNER The holidays may be over, but as Martha Stewart and The Barefoot Contessa will tell you, it's always wise to keep some food staples on hand to be able to whip up that quick bite. The Artisan Cheese Gallery in Studio City can make … [Read more...]

Jeannie’s Homemade Candies: a must-eat, must-gift for the holidays and beyond

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BY CAROLE ROSNER “We’ve yet to have anyone taste this that hasn’t been wild about it!” That’s a pretty bold statement, but once I bit into a piece of Jeannie’s Homemade Candies, I see what co-owners Jeannie Alan and Sheri Adams are … [Read more...]

Domingo’s Italian Deli and Grocery still going strong in Encino at 56

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BY CAROLE ROSNER As a kid growing up in Encino in the 1970’s, my world revolved around Ventura Blvd.  I spent Saturdays at the Valley Ice Skating Center or Encino Bowl. I’d look for that special occasion dress at Stardusters and catch a movie … [Read more...]

Food conscious Wholesome2go home delivery meal service

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BY AMANDA TRAXLER When leaving for Europe to be a personal chef for a celebrity client’s movie shoot, James Barry knew that his established clientele was not pleased. Especially the woman who was finally losing her stubborn baby weight by eating … [Read more...]