Los Angeles cheese counters could soon be a lot less aromatic, with several popular cheeses falling victim to a more zealous U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Roquefort — France’s top-selling blue — is in the agency’s cross hairs along with raw-milk versions of Morbier, St. Nectaire and Tomme de Savoie.
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L.A.’s oldest open air market, the iconic Grand Central market downtown has been undergoing a revamp over the past 12 months. Four of the newer restaurants joined us with some of their specialties. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on April 7, 2014.
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Here are some notable examples of food and drink whose monikers you can’t throw around lightly. See the list on globalpost.com.
“But what if dairy fat isn’t the dietary demon we’ve been led to believe it is? New research suggests we may want to look anew.”
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DTLA Cheese, the stall in downtown L.A.’s Grand Central Market (317 Broadway) that is spun off from Claremont’s Cheese Cave shop, opened Dec. 23 and appears to be a hit.
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