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    Hailed as The Turducken of Cheese Balls – this menacing little holiday treat could possibly end the unsuspecting lactose intolerant party goer. Packed with seven...

  • Deep-Fried Twinkie Burger

    SpoonFed: Via ABC PYT restaurant in Philadelphia is well-versed in the belligerent burger category, having previously created a Korean Short Rib Burger, Mini Krispy Kreme...

  • Cyber Monday, Where’s My Deal?

    2013 will forever be the year that the discount fairy forgot. Seriously, since when is 30% off a ‘doorbuster” worthy discount? I recall the days...

  • Black Friday, Westside

    Love Black Friday but don’t love the idea of driving to Beverly Hills? Fear not, there are plenty of retailers offering great deals right here...

  • 10 Westside Restaurants Open For Thanksgiving Dinner

    There’s nothing like cooking the traditional Thanksgiving spread for family and friends but, for empty-nesters, travelers and singles not going home for the holidays, it’s...

  • Omelette Parlor Closing Doors After 37 Years

    The Omelette Parlor has been a longstanding Santa Monica locals favorite  but, after 37 years, they are closing the doors. December 18 will be their...

  • The Sriracha Saga Continues

    The Sriracha saga continues. A judge has declined to act immediately on requests to close the factory down and a representative form Huy Fong Foods...

  • Ancient Wine Bar? Giant Jugs Of Vino Unearthed In 3,700-Year-Old Cellar

    SpoonFed: Via NPR Archaeologists have discovered a personal wine cellar in a palace that dates back to 1700 B.C. It’s the oldest cellar known, and...

  • El Nosh? Hot Food Trends For 2014

    Consultants Baum+Whiteman say that concepts of luxury thread through top dining trends: tasting menus running $1,000 for two, haute chicken priced like steak, upscale food...

  • Can A Fish Farm Be Organic? That’s Up For Debate

    SpoonFed: Via NPR For more than 10 years, the issue has been on the agenda of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Organic Program. But...

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