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A Very Grand Grand Slam: Valley Glen Resident Celebrates Her 100th Birthday at Denny’s

Thela McMillen turned one century old with a plate of crisp bacon and scrambled eggs

Who Knew? Finding Goat Stew in Van Nuys

This goat's got game.

Comfort Yourself With Meatloaf

Use your (vermicelli) noodle.

Okonomi-what? You’ve Never Had a Pancake Like This Before

At Van Nuy's Hanabishi by Kyushu, try a restrained version of this complex Japanese dish.

Cracklin-sanity: Rinds Are All the Rage in 2013

Fried skin is in this year! Eddie Lin is on the hunt, and thinks we'll see it pop up on more and more menus around town.

This Porridge Has Some Serious (Pig) Guts: Cháo Lòng Heo

Eddie Lin samples cháo lòng heo—Vietnamese rice porridge with intestines, tongue, and liver—at Pho So 1 in Van Nuys. Does it impress him as much as his usual order of beef pho?

Seolleongtang: Korean Beef Bone Soup Soothes the S(e)oul

Though the broth is decidedly simple—just beef bones and water—seolleongtang is a rich, invigorating soup that's perfect for warming your bones.

Oscar Niemeyer, Icon Of World Architecture, Dies At 104. His L.A. Legacy.

The modern master was known for his creation of Brasilia, a new capital for Brazil carved out of the jungle in the 1950s.

Stop Asking Me: Valley Pho Edition

This column is where Dine Editor Lesley Bargar Suter usually shares her restaurant recommendations that she gives to inquiring friends and/or coworkers. But today, I’m hijacking it, and making it my own.