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At the Los Feliz farmers market: Asian vegetables, strawberries and the Gastrobus

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The Los Feliz farmers market is small, and doesn't boast much free parking. But it offers plenty of prepared foods. And the Gastrobus, which sells excellent, reasonably priced food prepared from market produce by J. Antonio Medina, a former Wolfgang Puck chef, and his wife, Lana. Among their menu items last Sunday: scrambled eggs with toast, cooked just right; mushrooms with tomato and garlic ragout; and smashed Yukon Gold potatoes with leek fondue and mustard. Read more about this fledgling farmers market at David Karp's weekly Market Watch report:

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Photo: David Karp

 
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Who cares about parking when you can walk? We love getting flowers from Daniel every week. Just wish there were more produce booths versus gift stands. God knows we have enough shopping as it is. Hope it lasts.


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