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Chelsee Lowe

  • Food
    Who needs the junky calories found in a trick-or-treat bag? We'd rather splurge on these homemade pumpkin goodies.
  • Food
    Local foodies, prepare to get your glut on. The summer food festival circuit is about to kick into high gear, and one of the more popular (and more affordable) events, the LA Street Food Fest, goes down June 29th at the Rose Bowl.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Here are some shots of today's "Arrested Development" gathering in Culver City, complete with pirate hooks and banana costumes.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Ten ways to celebrate Mother Earth this weekend—though we hope you're looking out for her everyday.
  • Food
    Tuesday, April 16th marks the grand opening of Milk Jar Cookies, a new, shabby chic bakery in Mid-City specializing in fresh-out-of-the-oven cookies. The duo behind the counter is Courtney and Adam Cowan, and together they've concocted about fourteen personal (and pleasing) cookie recipes, including sugar cinnamon, rocky road, and banana split.
  • Food
    In the ongoing battle of East Coast eats versus West Coast eats, the Atlantic side has long chalked up points for being home toRita's, an Italian ice and custard chain that began in greater Philadelphia in 1984. California's first Rita's outpost opens its doors Monday, April 8 Redondo Beach, and owners Jake Cosme and Josh Pascua hope you'll stop in to check out their news digs and slurp an Italian Ice on the house.
  • Food
    We love the Easter bunny, marshmallow Peeps, and dyeing Easter eggs as much as the next crew, but what we really love is brunching. Easter is just about the prefect occasion for the meal.
  • Food
    You've surely spotted these beauties at your local farmers' market: large and leafy leeks that look a lot like green onions on steroids but with a much milder taste. Leeks do belong to the onion family and they're a rather easy crop to grow. California's temperate weather keeps them available year-round, but to taste them at their best buy them fall through spring.
  • Food
    There are enough Irish bars in L.A. to fill the hats of a chorus of leprechauns, and even more non-Irish establishments that like to join the party, so we've done some of the work for you and picked these seven lucky spots for your 2013 St. Paddy's Day celebration.
  • Food
    Perhaps you've underestimated the kumquat. They're incredibly small, have a ridiculous name, and aren't called for in many of mom's standby recipes. We took one for the team and ventured to try them out anyway.

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