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Ruth Reichl shares stories from her new memoir, “Save Me the Plums,” and Alana Newhouse talks about what made the cut for her new book, “The   100 Most Jewish Foods.

Stories from ‘Save Me the Plums’ and ‘The 100 Most Jewish Foods’

Ruth Reichl shares stories from her new memoir, “Save Me the Plums,” and Alana Newhouse talks about what made the cut for her new book, “The 100 Most Jewish Foods.

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The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is nearly upon us and there is still time to grab tickets to your favorite food based events.

Food talks at the LA Times Festival of Books

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is nearly upon us and there is still time to grab tickets to your favorite food based events.

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We pay tribute to rapper Nipsey Hussle through a visit to Mr. Fries Man, a mom-and-pop restaurant he patronized in Gardena.

Mr. Fries Man, Behind the pastry case at République, ‘Indian-ish’

We pay tribute to rapper Nipsey Hussle through a visit to Mr. Fries Man, a mom-and-pop restaurant he patronized in Gardena.

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