With the dawning of a new year comes a slew of new food trends, especially here in Los Angeles’ fast-growing dining scene. But Jonathan Gold says many of these trends are for the better. The LA Times food critic says among them are better tortillas, more women leading kitchens, a proliferation of Asian desserts, and a greater variety of high-end dining options. Read his full list of predictions for Southern California’s culinary scene.
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