Laura Avery

Santa Monica Farmers' Market

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Market supervisor for the Santa Monica Farmers' Market

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Laura Avery is the Market Manager at the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmers’ Market. This week she talks to Margarita Smith from Mud Creek Ranch.

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Laura Avery is the Market Manager at the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmers’ Market. This week she talks to Margarita Smith from Mud Creek Ranch.

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Laura Avery talks to CJ Jacobson, executive chef at  Girasol  in Studio City.

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Laura Avery talks to CJ Jacobson, executive chef at Girasol in Studio City.

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Laura Avery talks to Julian Cox of the new bar  Brilliantshine  in Santa Monica about what ingredients he’s using in his cocktails.

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Laura Avery talks to Julian Cox of the new bar Brilliantshine in Santa Monica about what ingredients he’s using in his cocktails.

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