A former C Magazine senior editor, Alison covers design, travel and culinary for magazines and books -- and works with brands to refresh identities.
The L.A. Cookbook: Recipes from the Best Restaurants, Bakeries, and Bars in Los Angeles
Category: Cooking - Regional & Ethnic - American - California Style
CAN Price: $55.00
About This Book
From Boyle Heights to Malibu, Los Angeles is the most exciting food city in the United States. These 100 recipes from L.A.’s best chefs transport the California Dream to your table.
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