The proprietor of Sea Fever Seafood, one of the most popular booths at the Sunday Hollywood Farmers' Market for years, was arrested Sunday by game wardens from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife in Santa Barbara Harbor following a two-month-long investigation.
By 1893, California's citrus industry was so successful that growers formed a cooperative (today, we know it as Sunkist Growers) to promote and sell their fruit. Marketing, of course, was critical, and fruit crate labels contributed.
Carla Hall, of "Top Chef" and "The Chew," will take to the stage at the LA Times Festival of Books to cook from her cookbook, Carla's Comfort Foods. We got our hands on the recipe, in case you want to replicate it!
As these photos of old-school eateries reveal, L.A. has long been a great place to get good ol' American classics like burgers and sandwiches, but its roots are deep in cuisine imported from the rest of the world as well.
California's agricultural roots run deep, especially when it comes to citrus. Spanish missionaries settling the state in the 1700s cultivated oranges and lemons, and their popularity boomed during the Gold Rush, during which time they were coveted for their scurvy-preventing properties.
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