Unlike most commercial honeys, these are unheated and unfiltered to preserve their natural flavor and enzymes (except in the case of the rich, dark, caramelized honey, Bill’s answer to molasses)
The third and fourth generations behind the San Gabriel Valley institution E. Waldo Ward & Son cook up some two dozen jams and preserves…
Uncle Oinker’s strawberry-flavored Gummy Bacon shares shelf space with Slap Stix caramel pops at Silver Lake’s Zanzabelle, a wonderful spot to browse for confectionary oddities…
Sausage is having a moment. On display at Huntington Meats is a rotating selection of more than 20 pork, lamb, and chicken links free of nitrates and preservatives.
Neighborhood: Beverly Grove
There are many kosher grocers in L.A. Eilat, on Pico, with its pushcart-packed aisles, seems the most intent on replicating a 1970s Tehran traffic jam.
Grab a round metal tray and a pair of tongs and start loading up: There are at least two dozen varieties of Mexican sweet bread, flaky pineapple and cherry turnovers, and oversize cookies, which go for about 75¢ apiece.
Honestly, the abundance of powders, leaves, seeds, and other seasonings at Silver Lake’s Spice Station has us reeling.
Neighborhood: Silver Lake