Sunday, September 23

The SCOBY ferments in the smaller tea and store-bought kombucha jar, while the larger jar is used to brew the homemade kombucha. (Giselle Abcarian/Daily Bruin)
The SCOBY ferments in the smaller tea and store-bought kombucha jar, while the larger jar is used to brew the homemade kombucha. (Giselle Abcarian/Daily Bruin)

These plant-based burgers resemble meat in appearance and texture. (Giselle Abcarian/Daily Bruin)
These plant-based burgers resemble meat in appearance and texture. (Giselle Abcarian/Daily Bruin)

Blue Apron is a food delivery service that home-delivers recipe cards and premeasured fresh ingredients. (Creative Commons photo by Guillermo Fernandes via flickr)
Blue Apron is a food delivery service that home-delivers recipe cards and premeasured fresh ingredients. (Creative Commons photo by Guillermo Fernandes via flickr)

A braised pork belly taco from the Chinese Laundry food truck is feast for the eyes. (Giselle Abcarian/Daily Bruin)

The Quad: The Smorgasburg brunch experience

On Sunday mornings in the city of Los Angeles, there’s nothing more important than picking out where to brunch. Well, there are a few things more important, but when you’re a bit hungover, have yet to do your grocery shopping for the next week and are getting hungrier and angrier by the second, figuring out where to brunch can seem like priority number one, at least for the moment. Read more...

A braised pork belly taco from the Chinese Laundry food truck is feast for the eyes. (Giselle Abcarian/Daily Bruin)

Dry aged ribeye with birria sauce and carrots beat a regular steak and mashed potato set menu any day of the year. (Giselle Abcarian/Daily Bruin)
Dry aged ribeye with birria sauce and carrots beat a regular steak and mashed potato set menu any day of the year. (Giselle Abcarian/Daily Bruin)

DineL.A. offers Los Angeles residents the opportunity to eat at ordinarily expensive restaurants for discounted prices. (Kristie Hoang/Daily Bruin)
DineL.A. offers Los Angeles residents the opportunity to eat at ordinarily expensive restaurants for discounted prices. (Kristie Hoang/Daily Bruin)

Ackerman's UCLA Store's numerous protein bars contain varying amounts of sugar, protein and other artificial ingredients. (Giselle Abcarian/Daily Bruin)
Ackerman's UCLA Store's numerous protein bars contain varying amounts of sugar, protein and other artificial ingredients. (Giselle Abcarian/Daily Bruin)


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