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A Little Taste of Home

A Little Taste of Home

Eddie Feves, Student Contributor

February 9, 2018

For most, finding a decent, authentic Mediterranean restaurant with good food means driving a few hours out to the Valley or the Inland Empire. At least, it did for my family. See, we never wanted to risk getting the “Americanized” version of classic dishes. So instead, we’d rarely make the trek to ...

Humble Potato: Comfort Food Takes a Japanese Twist

Humble Potato: Comfort Food Takes a Japanese Twist

Sonny Jennings, Student Contributor

February 9, 2018

Angus patty, caramelized onion, smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato, avocado, cheddar, sunny side egg, garlic jam, shichimi togarashi and HP spicy sauce...stacked high atop a sesame seed bun. That’s what goes into the Battle Royale, a signature burger on the Humble Potato menu. Burrowed between the T...

A Perfect Symphony Wrapped in Naan

A Perfect Symphony Wrapped in Naan

Erica Bentley, DVC News Editor

February 9, 2018

You may know the little center Glen Court on Rosecrans Boulevard. It contains your main food places: Carl’s Jr., Blaze Pizza, Honey Boba, and Royal Kabob, the last of which is a tiny place that is barely visible to the naked eye. There is a tranquil environment when you step through the door a...

Golden Bowl

Golden Bowl

Lionel Quintanilla, Student Contributor

February 9, 2018

Low-key Japanese fare on the outskirts of South LA It must have been 5:00 p.m. on a blustery cold day, cruising along with my father down Alondra Boulevard. Having last eaten at eight in the morning before real estate workshop, I looked desperately for some place to shed my suit jacket and find s...

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