Little Dom’s ‘pan-domic’ menu
Next to Little Dom’s restaurant is a boutique grocery store in Los Feliz featuring farmers market vegetables, produce, meats, organic eggs, freshly baked focaccia bread, and strawberry and rhubarb preserves. Select their $25 daily three-course menu to go or Little Dom’s at-home pizza making kit for two, which includes two pizza doughs, a ball of mozzarella and house-made tomato sauce, plus the option to toppings like kalamata olives, pepperoni and house-made fennel sausage or a bottle of wine. Order online and pick up. 2128 Hillhurst Ave., (323)661-0055.
Mickey’s Deli gives to others
Local heroes on the front lines against COVID-19 can receive a free Mickey’s combo when they identify themselves as a front-line medical professional or first responder. To give back to the community that has supported Mickey’s Deli over the past 68 years, Mickey’s Deli is offering $5 regular sized Mickey’s combos. This is valid throughout the entirety of the quarantine. 101 Hermosa Ave., (310)376-2330.
The Six Chow House
The restaurant known for its regular and gluten-free pizzas is dedicated to providing meals for the West L.A. Police Department and L.A. fire stations through the nonprofit Friends of West L.A. first responder program, as well as Ronald Reagan Hospital. With the help of generous donations from the neighborhood regulars, the Six Chow House has also made meal donations to St. John’s Hospital and Kaiser Permanente. They have scheduled a meal donation for Cedars-Sinai in the next few weeks. 10668 W. Pico Blvd., (310)837-6662.
Broken Spanish Taco Tuesdays
Chef Ray Garcia and the team at Broken Spanish launched B.S. Taqueria Taco Night for a limited time. Favorite menu items including tacos made with hand-pressed Landrace organic corn tortillas with the choice of chorizo and potato, shrimp a la diabla, carne asada, and mushroom and garlic; along with tortilla chips with queso Oaxaca, salsa roja, salsa verde, and pinquito beans for $15 per person. Optional add-ons include guacamole, B.S. Taqueria’s famed rice and beans, churros, batched cocktails, spirits, beer and wine. B.S. Taqueria Taco Night is available for pickup at the restaurant on Tuesdays, with advance ordering at exploretock.com/brokenspanish. Pick up between 4 to 10 p.m. 1050 Flower St., (213)749-1460.
Porridge + Puffs feeds first responders
In honor of the late Jonathan Gold, Porridge + Puffs is offering the Gold Set Meal. With your purchase, each set meal will go towards buying a meal for a first responder and/or front-line worker in Los Angeles. The restaurant is providing 100 meals a week to nurses, doctors, school lunch program providers, food bank workers, local law enforcement, EMTs and firefighters. If you know of a group that can use some Porridge + Puffs love, email the restaurant directly. Also, their provisions shop is open with pick up on Thursday through Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. Visit squareup.com/store/porridgeprovisions to see the items they are offering, including meal kits, banh mi sandwiches, porridge and their delicious puffs. 2801 Beverly Blvd., (213)908-5313.
PizzaRev partners with Caulipower
Last Friday, PizzaRev donated fresh pizza to over 40 supermarkets across Los Angeles County, as a way to say thank you to grocery workers on the front lines. This delivery was in partnership with Caulipower, PizzaRev’s source for cauliflower crust. The Margherita, pepperoni, and barbecue chicken pizzas were delivered in Caulipower tote bags and wrapped with a thank you note from PizzaRev and Caulipower. Right now, PizzaRev is offering a 30% discount on all online orders with the code ONLINE30 at checkout. Also, kids eat for free with the purchase of an adult entrée by using the code FREEKIDS at online checkout. 4550 W. Pico Blvd., (323)549-9090.
4th & Heart is a hometown hero
Leading ghee manufacturer 4th & Heart is giving back to the Los Angeles community in multiple ways by fueling those risking their lives for our well-being. They are actively donating masks to local grocery stores and deliver services. 4th & Heart food products are being delivered to local hospitals and first responders. They are also participating in the Ultimate BFY Shelter at Home “Box with Benefits,” partnering with the National First Responder Organization to ensure 100% of all proceeds benefit first responders, and donating products to the No Small Meals Plan. fourthandheart.com.
RECOVƎR 180° keeps L.A. well
The premium immunity boosting beverage is hydrating those who need hydration most right now – first responders and hospital workers across Los Angeles. The brand, in partnership with their distributor Beauchamp, is donating cases of RECOVƎR 180° to help these individuals stay healthy and hydrated during their long shifts. Recently, they donated over 100 cases of products to Centinela Hospital Medical Center. The brand is continuing donations this week and on an ongoing basis to hospitals, fire stations, police stations and more to support first responders during this difficult time. RECOVƎR 180° is available to the public at Target, 3535 S. La Cienega Blvd., (310)895-1131; 7-11, 1770 N. Highland Ave., (323)462-4711; Earthbar, 8365 Santa Monica Blvd., (323)301-4980. drinkrecover.com.
Eat healthy Karma Nuts
Cashews offer a good source of six essential vitamins and minerals, including copper and magnesium, an important helper with the assimilation of calcium into the bone. Studies show a combination of calcium and copper helps to prevent osteoporosis. Karma Nuts wrapped cashews have comparable antioxidative activity to blueberries and twice the fiber of a traditional cashew. Recognized as the Best New Snack at Expo West, Karma Nuts are all-natural, non-GMO project verified, vegan and have kosher ingredients. They can be ordered online and delivered to your door, and are also available at mortar retailers including Lassens Natural Foods, 2080 Hillhurst Ave., (323)660-0052; 1631 W. Sunset Blvd., (213) 542-6535; 710 S. La Brea Ave., (323)648-7980. GNC Beverly, 8500 Beverly Blvd., (310)657-6773. Rainbow Acres Natural Foods, 13208 Washington Blvd., (310)306-8330.
The Chef’s Warehouse now open to the public
The family-founded specialty food distributor that has been purveying high-quality artisan ingredients for chefs, restaurants, hotels, clubs, retailers and caterers for over 35 years is now open to the public. The Chefs’ Warehouse has supplied its food to more than 35,000 chef-driven restaurants, with clients including Thomas Keller, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Daniel Boulud and Nancy Silverton. To better serve the community during these unprecedented times, the Chefs Warehouse will donate 10% of retail sales to their front-line furloughed employees and other impacted members of the foodservice industry. Go online to shop like a Michelin-starred chef and order top quality meat and seafood products, as well as many high-end ingredients, produce and needed items delivered directly to your front door. chefswarehouse.com.
Pulp Pantry delivers to your home
Enjoy classic crunchy snacks made from fiber-rich vegetable pulp. They are not only made more nutritiously, they are lower in carbs than traditional tortilla-style chips. Pulp Pantry offers four different seasoned chips: sea salt, salt n’ vinegar, barbecue and jalapeño lime. Order online for same- or next-day shipping. Your support keeps the warehouse lights on and the production team working. pulppantry.com.
Stay hydrated with Waterloo Sparking Water
Stay hydrated with zero-sugar, -sodium and -calorie Waterloo Sparking Water. The new Peach Each flavor offers a balance of bright and fruity notes, with a sparkling finish. They use reverse-osmosis purified water, ensuring that Waterloo is free of fluoride, sodium, additives and impurities. Then they use cold-force carbonation to create bubbles, giving Waterloo a pure taste. The water is available in a variety of flavors, including blueberry, strawberry, coconut, peach and mango. They are sold in eight- and 12-packs in stores and online for home delivery at Target, Whole Foods, Amazon Prime Now, Instacart, Kroger, HEB and Shipt.
‘A Chef’s Voyage’ helps restaurant workers
Stay at home while also helping a great cause by following three-Michelin-starred chef David Kinch and his Manresa team travel to France in a new documentary, “A Chef’s Voyage.” Streamed now through May 2 on Somm TV, choose a rental amount of $4.99, $25 or $100, as 100% of rental donations will go to the LEE Initiative’s Restaurant Workers Relief Program. All donation amounts are good for a three-day rental. Bar and restaurant workers account for 60% of all U.S. jobs lost since the pandemic, and the LEE Initiative has stepped in with a nationwide program in 16 cities, providing meals and support for laid-off workers. sommfilms.com/a-chefs-voyage.
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