Sweet Ride USA, Ep. 2: Angels Flight and Vegan Double-Fudge Brownies | KCET
Sweet Ride USA, Ep. 2: Angels Flight and Vegan Double-Fudge Brownies
Chocolate is what Steve Isaacs and his Sweet Rides crew are after in episode 2. The calorie-burning ride takes them to Doomie’s Home Cookin’ in Hollywood to try an outrageous vegan double-fudge brownie, followed by a quick stop at Atwater Village’s Proof Bakery for a salted chocolate chip cookie that’s considered one of the best in L.A. Also featured are tips for winning the annual Wolfpack Hustle, a daring race that makes use of streets blocked off for the L.A. Marathon and an interview with its founder Don “Roadblock” Ward. The episode is rounded out by a brief history of Angels Flight and salted caramel.
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