Jenn Garbee

food writer

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Writer covering artisan food for several publications, including the Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly and Los Angeles magazine

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There’s a Do It Yourself food trend in California, hobbyists with real jobs who supplement their income by making jams, pies and other good stuff in their home kitchens and selling it…

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