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Hashbrowns are a delicious addition to any breakfast or brunch spread, but they're also high in carbs. If you're on a low-carb or keto diet, try swapping the potatoes for cauliflower. You can make almost anything from tortillas to pizza crust with cauliflower. The results for these hashbrowns are surprisingly tasty, with a similar look and texture to the starchy version.
Granola is a perfect breakfast food, packed with heart-healthy whole grains, nutritious and filling nuts and seeds, and naturally sweet dried fruit. You can eat it with yogurt, milk, or by the handful as a snack. It also happens to be extremely easy to make at home, allowing you to customize the flavors as you see fit.
These steamed dumplings are often served with a garlicky yogurt sauce, but chef Naseema Kashefi, of the L.A.-based New Arrivals Supper Club, adds a swirl of tomato sauce to the mantu for a colorful, flavorful counterpoint. Source: EatingWell Magazine, January/February 2020
On a sunny afternoon in Los Angeles, people spilled from the sidewalk of a hip neighborhood to the backyard of a local real estate rental agency. Long tables were set with flickering candles and red and green chutneys. The guests were there for New Arrival Supper Club, a gathering put on by Miry's List, a nonprofit that helps newly arrived refugees with temporary housing arrangements, organized play dates, career mentorship, advice on navigating the U.S. banking system and more.
Fat bombs are the key to enjoying the keto diet. These sweet bites are packed with good fat and are the ideal snack to keep you going during busy days. Made with nuts, nut butter, and a drizzle of chocolate, they also happen to taste like peanut butter cookies but without the guilt.
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Our list of the best things to eat and drink in L.A. this year includes a perfectly executed everything bagel, a pop-up turned permanent space that takes ceviche to the next level, and a sake tasting bar that caters to experts and newbies alike.
In a concrete jungle like Los Angeles, guerrilla gardening is a way of adapting. Activists like Ron Finley believe that green spaces and healthy produce should be accessible to all Angelenos, and that’s what guerrilla gardening is all about. It’s using unconventional tactics and classic gardening practices to turn little pockets of land and unused or under-utilized space into oases for city dwellers. Even if you’re lacking in space and resources, you can still join the movement. Here’s how.