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The gluten-free diet: Is it for you?

November 8, 2013

Filed under food, nutrition

Carol Berg Sloan, RD Columnist I am now a preceptor for the Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway (ISPP) at Cal State San Bernardino. In working with dietetics students, I encourage them to translate science into practical news for consumers. Judy Dantoc, dietetics student at California State University San B...

Gourmet food-truck fest returning to LB to raise money for local teachers

July 8, 2011

Filed under Culture, food

Gourmet food trucks are returning to Long Beach by popular demand. Read More »...

Cooking competition among local chefs to benefit Miller Children’s Hospital

June 3, 2011

Filed under Community, food

The “Profiles of Courage" Gala has put a new twist on a 25-year-old recipe. The fundraising event that benefits the Jonathan Jaques Children's Cancer Center (JJCCC) at Miller Children's Hospital Long Beach is in its secon...

Wine and Dine

November 12, 2010

Filed under Business, food

California Heights residents Jerry Schuman and Caryn Baumgartner (left) were on hand for cocktails and food at last Friday evening's opening of Roxanne's Lounge/Bar/Grill at 1115 E. Wardlow Rd. Read More »...

Garden of Earthy Delights

October 8, 2010

Filed under animals, food

Animal lovers, vegetarians, vegans and “foodies" in general celebrated International Vegetarian Day at the 5th annual Compassionate Cuisine last Friday at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden at Cal State Long Beach. Read...

Vegan event in its fifth year of raising funds for animal sanctuary

September 10, 2010

Filed under animals, Community, food

The community is invited to celebrate International Vegetarian Day at the 5th annual Compassionate Cuisine, Friday, Oct. 1, from 7pm to 11pm at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden at Cal State Long Beach, 1250 Bellflower ...

With her new SH business, local chef savors opportunity to teach cooking classes her own way

August 13, 2010

Filed under food, News

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern After 22 years of teaching for Long Beach Unified School District's (LBUSD) culinary arts Regional Occupational Program (ROP), chef Monica Morgan six weeks ago opened her own cooking ...

Wine-tasting event to honor new poetry book

August 13, 2010

Filed under Arts, food

The Wine Country, 2301 Redondo Ave., will host a wine-tasting and poetry-reading event from 4:30pm to 6:30pm on Wednesday, Aug. 18. Read More »...

Goodbye, Limone. We’ll miss you!

August 6, 2010

Filed under food, News, Vicki's View

Trattoria Limone closed last weekend. I shed a tear for this one. Couldn't help it. I'll just come out and say it— I loved the place. Read More »...

Mobile eateries banding together for LB’s first Street Food Festival

July 16, 2010

Filed under food, Leisure

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern In the last few years, food trucks have seen a vast increase in popularity among teens and adults alike. Capitalizing on the recent boom, several food trucks are coming together for Lon...

Traveling Korean food truck attracts locals, visitors alike

May 21, 2010

Filed under food, News

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern Though most of Signal Hill had their dinner before 9:30pm on Saturday, May 1, several citizens and visitors gathered at Quality Inn's parking lot to line up at the Kogi food truck ...

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