I would like to send something which reflects our city to a foodie friend in Singapore. Any ideas?
Something like http://compartes.stores.yahoo.net/ind... is a good possibility - if you don't want to send them a DVD of some "Hollywood" blockbuster that is... ;-D>
Well, maybe I'm taking back my chocolates suggestion based on this http://www.time.com/time/specials/pac...
C.C. Brown's hot fudge sauce.http://www.lawrysonline.com/e-store/p...
Hadley's dried fruits and nuts.http://www.hadleyfruitorchards.com/ha...
Philippe's The Original hot mustard.http://philippes.com/store/index.php/...
-----Philippe the Original1001 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
There's always the pumpkin bread at the monastery of the Angels http://www.op-stjoseph.org/nuns/angel...
or See's candies.
I have friends in Paris who beg for boxes of See's Candy. Right now their Patriotic Gifts are out:
And I always struggle not to eat entire boxes of Littlejohn's Toffee from the Farmer's Market:
Littlejohns Toffee is my favorite in all of LA.
The Most Fabulous Candy Bar Ever
Catering on New Year's Day
Russian in West Hollywood?
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