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Paco’s Tacos: The ultimate Mexican comfort food

Paco’s Tacos: The ultimate Mexican comfort food

By Anna Brodsky, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

When dining in Los Angeles, one thing is certain — there’s no shortage of Mexican food. Maybe it’s the prevalence of immigrants in our city, or maybe we’re just obsessed with burritos. But when it comes to make the call about which spot is best to sit down, relax and enjoy a delicious meal with f...

Treat yourself: Anna’s Red Velvet Pancakes for Valentine’s Day

By Nelly Rouzroch and Anna Allgeyer

February 14, 2017


Filed under COLUMNISTS, FOOD, MULTIMEDIA, VOICES

Happy Valentine's Day Archer! Watch as columnist Anna Allgeyer walks you through the process of making Red Velvet Pancakes. Whether you are celebrating Valentine's Day with your significant other, treating your girl gang to a special Galentine's Day brunch or even holding a solemn, scholarly breakfast to research the true origins of the holiday, these Red V...

Column: How to Keep Your New Year’s Food Resolutions

Column: How to Keep Your New Year’s Food Resolutions

By Anna Allgeyer, Columnist

January 31, 2017


Filed under COLUMNISTS, FOOD, VOICES

As the end of January approaches, for many, so does regret season. Memories of New Year's Eve flash back, of resolutions written down in notebooks, shared with friends or perhaps drilled into your mind over and over so that all you can think is "I will never drink caffeine again." And now? Your New...

Column: The Life of Pie

Column: The Life of Pie

By Anna Allgeyer, Columnist

December 1, 2016


Filed under COLUMNISTS, FOOD, VOICES

The holidays. Whether you're arguing about politics, wildly searching for grandma’s favorite Frank Sinatra CD or frantically cramming for finals while decorating the Christmas tree, you’re sure to be a little stressed out at some point. Now, I’m not saying that food is the answer to all of your...

Column: How to Throw a Dinner Party 101

Column: How to Throw a Dinner Party 101

By Anna Allgeyer, Columnist

October 27, 2016


Filed under COLUMNISTS, FOOD, VOICES

At some point in life, you will have to host a dinner party. Or co-host or even just help out. I strongly believe that this is an important life skill and something we should all have in our repertoire. However, the most important part of a dinner party is having fun, which is often something the ho...

Column: What on earth should I eat for lunch?

Column: What on earth should I eat for lunch?

By Anna Allgeyer, Columnist

September 22, 2016


Filed under COLUMNISTS, FOOD

I have packed my own lunch ever since the fourth grade. It’s taught me a lot of important skills — most importantly, the value of planning ahead. I’d like to say that every single week of the year I plan my lunches for the entire school week and prepare them on Sunday nights, but in rea...

Instagram Food Trend: Honeymee, worth the hype

Instagram Food Trend: Honeymee, worth the hype

By Alexandra Chang, Culture Editor

September 20, 2016


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

After seeing numerous posts about the classic dessert and restaurant, “Honeymee Ice Cream,” on Instagram, I knew I had to taste the eatery's famous item to see if it was actually worth the line and money. Although Honeymee has a few different locations, I visited the one on Sawtelle, which o...

Column: A Culinary Forecast

Column: A Culinary Forecast

By Anna Allgeyer

May 1, 2016


Filed under COLUMNISTS, CULTURE, FOOD

No, it’s not "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" or even the sequel. After pouring over the National Restaurant Association’s "What’s Hot: 2016 Culinary Forecast," I realized that house-made artisan pickles are on a 67 percent rise and 3D printed food comes in at number 16 on the culinary the...

Review: Montana Avenue’s secret, Kye’s

Review: Montana Avenue’s secret, Kye’s

By Ella Tollman

March 15, 2016


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

When walking into Kye's, customers are greeted by a happy and cheerful atmosphere. From the blue and white tile to the and kind, pleasant smiles, you are sure to walk into a space that will leave you feeling better. Read More »...

Pressed Juicery Freeze offers healthy snack alternative

Pressed Juicery Freeze offers healthy snack alternative

By Logan Connors

March 9, 2016


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Pressed Juicery freeze is a healthier version of frozen yogurt, but just as delicious. Freeze is vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and has no sugar added. Read More »...

Urth Caffé: an Archer favorite

Urth Caffé: an Archer favorite

By Chloe Davenport

February 4, 2016


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Taking Instagram posts and Snapchat stories by storm, Urth Caffé's healthy and feel-good food options attract crowds to come and enjoy what the restaurant has to offer. Read More »...

Secret treats from across the street

Secret treats from across the street

By Isabelle Kantz

November 6, 2015


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Archer girls have always been regulars at the many restaurants and cafes in the Brentwood Village. The Oracle gathered all of the hot tips and recommendations from Archer seniors. Read More »...

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