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December 6, 1988 | GREG JOHNSON, Times Staff Writer
Two San Diego-based restaurant chains have shunned traditional main courses--including beef and fish--in favor of meals consisting of home-style soups, unlimited salad bars and health-conscious desserts. Another flaky fad from Southern California? Maybe. But restaurant industry analysts believe that American diners are ready for meals without main entrees. "It could be the next generation of fast food," according to Joan Lang, executive editor of New York-based Restaurant Business magazine.
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December 6, 1988 | GREG JOHNSON, Times Staff Writer
Two San Diego-based restaurant chains have shunned traditional main courses--including beef and fish--in favor of meals consisting of home-style soups, unlimited salad bars and health-conscious desserts. Another flaky fad from Southern California? Maybe. But restaurant industry analysts believe that American diners are ready for meals without main entrees. "It could be the next generation of fast food," according to Joan Lang, executive editor of New York-based Restaurant Business magazine.
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August 24, 1995
County health officials are looking into the cause of a food poisoning outbreak that sickened at least 17 people and possibly 68 others who recently dined at a Torrance eatery. At least five people were hospitalized after ingesting salmonella bacteria, often found in meats and dairy products. The illness is not lethal but those affected suffer fever, diarrhea, vomiting and dehydration.
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December 25, 1992 | LYNDA NATALI
Grace Church isn't really a church. It's more like a religious shopping center, complete with entertainment, education and, yes, a place to worship. In the center of this 12-acre complex, which officially opened its doors this month, is the main sanctuary that seats 1,000 people and eventually is going to be a gymnasium. There is also a wedding chapel with bride's quarters and an outdoor patio for parties, an elementary school, conference rooms, parking lots and offices.
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