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Sampler Platter: enchilada lasagna, healthy airports & cheap slow food

November 18, 2008 |  7:57 am


  • If you can reach this restaurant, the meal is free. Thanks to Mike Watt, Here, Eat This! has pix of the most impossibly located restaurant on earth.
  • Dallas and Detroit have the nation’s healthiest airports. LAX is #5. Wow - those are some low standards. KAAL
  • Behold the enchilada lasagna! From City Terrace
  • Aspiring 12-year-old food critic David Fishman likes seafood, prosciutto, tripe stew. Dislikes restaurants that won’t serve people under 4'8". NY Times
  • Owners of Olympia, WA restaurant sue state over landslide damage. KIRO
  • Eating "slow food" on a budget: is it possible? MLive.com
  • UBS analyst says fast food stocks are a good bet in a struggling economy. Forbes
  • Corn prices have dropped, why haven’t food prices? (Here’s a guess: greed.) Lone Tree Reporter
  • Former Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian goes on a hunger strike to protest his recent arrest. Bloomberg

Top Left: Warm barley and kale salad with roasted pears and candied prosciutto. Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times
Top Right: Slicing corn off the cob. Lori Shepler / Los Angeles Times
Bottom Left: Sausage Lasagna from Pentimento at LACMA. Anacleto Rapping / Los Angeles Times
Bottom Right: Christophe Happillon tends to the seafood at Anisette Brasserie in Santa
Monica. Liz O. Baylen / Los Angeles Times