Confused with all the young onions showing up at the market? And not to mention green garlic? Our Alhambra Source market correspondent was too -- but then he did some investigating.
Food blogger Javier Cabral, aka the Glutster, had a hard time adjusting from East LA to Alhambra High School. Then he discovered falafel and his love for food at Wahib's Restaurant.
Five Years of The Source: As a Chinese-American and Alhambra resident, Joe Soong has been asked many times for recommendations to Chinese restaurants. Here's his tongue-in-cheek advice.
Another weekend means another visit to the Alhambra's Sunday morning Farmer's Market! With spring in the air, our trusty market correspondent can't help but go pick flowers...to eat.
Chuan Yu Noodle Town, a Sichuan spot on Valley Boulevard, was a brief shining star in noodle eating circles. But SinoSoul's Tony Chen reports that its doors are now boarded.
Yelp created a reader selection of the best of the tapioca pearl drink throughout Los Angeles County, but somehow Alhambra is missing from that roundup. We thought a new list was in order.
This week our trusty correspondent avoids temptation and learns how to crack shells (or tries to) of an all-American nut: deliciously plump pecans.
Nathan Gray will never find his mom’s southern biscuits and gravy in Alhambra, but he’s discovered lengua and carnitas, yu choy and bitter melon.
Looking for romance in dining, we turn to some of Alhambra's best food sources: Daily Gluttony, The Glutster, SinoSoul, Two Hungry Pandas, and Kevin Chan.
Pho, the Vietnamese beef-broth noodle soup, is one of those dishes that many argue long ago reached perfection and should not be altered. The "Noodle Guy" was not one of them.