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Where to take your parents for dinner

Where to take your parents for dinner

All done unpacking? As your parents help you move in and drop you off for another year at the greatest university in the world, let us help you be a good host (and make the most of them picking up the tab).

On-Campus + Walking Distance

Photo by Chris on Flickr.

For those looking to show their parents a bit of the culture of the USC community, take your parents to Mercado la Paloma, a local marketplace featuring Mexican, Central American, Ethiopian and Thai restaurants. The market is a short walk under the 110 overpass just a block east of campus on Exposition. We recommend the Cochinita Pibil at the Chichen Itza restaurant, one of Jonathan Gold’s 101 best restaurants in Los Angeles.

The bougier option would be Moreton Fig in the heart of Campus, right next to the Bank of America ATMs at the Campus Center. Shade is provided by our grand magnolia trees and lovely outdoor seating with views of Tommy Trojan and Traveler.

If your parents aren’t in the mood for something they can’t pronounce, Rosso Oro’s pizzeria and The Lab Gastropub by the Galen Center on Figueroa are two comfortable options. But why eat pizza with the parents when you’re going to be lots of that at free events?

If you have a car (Also within a $10-$15 Uber from campus)

Koreatown:

  • All’ Angolo Pizza & Pasta — a hole-in-the-wall restaurant serving up freshly made pasta and pizza at a reasonable price.
  • POT — for very hip parents who would want to try Roy Choi’s newest restaurant.

Little Tokyo:

Photo by Kevin Tsukii.

Arts District

  • Men Oh Tokushima Ramen — There’s a reason why the three largest Japantowns in the country are in California. If you’re from out of town, your parents should definitely see what the buzz surrounding L.A.’s ramen scene is all about. Men Oh is less crowded than nearby Daikokuya and Shin Sen Gumi (and arguably has better ramen).
  • Bestia — innovative Italian and the 14th best restaurant in Los Angeles, according to Jonathan Gold at the L.A. Times.
  • Daily Dose Cafe— If Pinterest and Instagram had a baby…this would be it. Mason Jars and hanging lights abound at this charming alley cafe. Great for an early dinner (they close at 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday).

Downtown

  • Water Grill — Oysters that taste like they were just pulled from the ocean and sea bass that will redefine fish for you.
  • Mo-Chica — Beautiful dishes of modern Peruvian food, also one of Jonathan Gold’s favorites.

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‍Nutrition During the Golden Years: 24 Easy Recipes for Seniors

There are a number of issues that can make it difficult for seniors to eat a good diet. Many seniors have a lack of interest in cooking and their changing taste buds may lead to general apathy in regard to food.

Older adults who are taking an array of medications may not be able to taste the food they’re eating due to side effects from the pharmaceuticals. And in addition to all these difficulties, many seniors have special nutritional needs.

As a CDPAP caregiver, these issues can make it difficult to provide wholesome meals that satisfy a senior’s needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of healthy recipes for caregivers who are looking for tasty, but also healthy foods that specifically meet the needs of older adults.

Seniors need more B vitamins than younger adults and their need for calcium and proteins is also higher. Vitamin B12 is especially important since many seniors develop difficulties absorbing this nutrient through their food as they age.

Iodine in combination with potassium iodide as well as magnesium are important in keeping an older person’s thyroid gland and circulatory system healthy even if the fruits and vegetables on sale at the market are low in these essential nutrients.

Nutrient absorption issues create a need for foods that are nutrient dense, yet flavorful. This is a tall order since many seniors also lack a full set of teeth and some may also suffer from issues with digestion.

We’ve put together a selection of flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes of food options that are easy to chew and easy to digest. If you’re planning meals for an older adult, always be mindful of their unique dietary restrictions when planning menus.


‍Nutrition During the Golden Years: 24 Easy Recipes for Seniors

There are a number of issues that can make it difficult for seniors to eat a good diet. Many seniors have a lack of interest in cooking and their changing taste buds may lead to general apathy in regard to food.

Older adults who are taking an array of medications may not be able to taste the food they’re eating due to side effects from the pharmaceuticals. And in addition to all these difficulties, many seniors have special nutritional needs.

As a CDPAP caregiver, these issues can make it difficult to provide wholesome meals that satisfy a senior’s needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of healthy recipes for caregivers who are looking for tasty, but also healthy foods that specifically meet the needs of older adults.

Seniors need more B vitamins than younger adults and their need for calcium and proteins is also higher. Vitamin B12 is especially important since many seniors develop difficulties absorbing this nutrient through their food as they age.

Iodine in combination with potassium iodide as well as magnesium are important in keeping an older person’s thyroid gland and circulatory system healthy even if the fruits and vegetables on sale at the market are low in these essential nutrients.

Nutrient absorption issues create a need for foods that are nutrient dense, yet flavorful. This is a tall order since many seniors also lack a full set of teeth and some may also suffer from issues with digestion.

We’ve put together a selection of flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes of food options that are easy to chew and easy to digest. If you’re planning meals for an older adult, always be mindful of their unique dietary restrictions when planning menus.


‍Nutrition During the Golden Years: 24 Easy Recipes for Seniors

There are a number of issues that can make it difficult for seniors to eat a good diet. Many seniors have a lack of interest in cooking and their changing taste buds may lead to general apathy in regard to food.

Older adults who are taking an array of medications may not be able to taste the food they’re eating due to side effects from the pharmaceuticals. And in addition to all these difficulties, many seniors have special nutritional needs.

As a CDPAP caregiver, these issues can make it difficult to provide wholesome meals that satisfy a senior’s needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of healthy recipes for caregivers who are looking for tasty, but also healthy foods that specifically meet the needs of older adults.

Seniors need more B vitamins than younger adults and their need for calcium and proteins is also higher. Vitamin B12 is especially important since many seniors develop difficulties absorbing this nutrient through their food as they age.

Iodine in combination with potassium iodide as well as magnesium are important in keeping an older person’s thyroid gland and circulatory system healthy even if the fruits and vegetables on sale at the market are low in these essential nutrients.

Nutrient absorption issues create a need for foods that are nutrient dense, yet flavorful. This is a tall order since many seniors also lack a full set of teeth and some may also suffer from issues with digestion.

We’ve put together a selection of flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes of food options that are easy to chew and easy to digest. If you’re planning meals for an older adult, always be mindful of their unique dietary restrictions when planning menus.


‍Nutrition During the Golden Years: 24 Easy Recipes for Seniors

There are a number of issues that can make it difficult for seniors to eat a good diet. Many seniors have a lack of interest in cooking and their changing taste buds may lead to general apathy in regard to food.

Older adults who are taking an array of medications may not be able to taste the food they’re eating due to side effects from the pharmaceuticals. And in addition to all these difficulties, many seniors have special nutritional needs.

As a CDPAP caregiver, these issues can make it difficult to provide wholesome meals that satisfy a senior’s needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of healthy recipes for caregivers who are looking for tasty, but also healthy foods that specifically meet the needs of older adults.

Seniors need more B vitamins than younger adults and their need for calcium and proteins is also higher. Vitamin B12 is especially important since many seniors develop difficulties absorbing this nutrient through their food as they age.

Iodine in combination with potassium iodide as well as magnesium are important in keeping an older person’s thyroid gland and circulatory system healthy even if the fruits and vegetables on sale at the market are low in these essential nutrients.

Nutrient absorption issues create a need for foods that are nutrient dense, yet flavorful. This is a tall order since many seniors also lack a full set of teeth and some may also suffer from issues with digestion.

We’ve put together a selection of flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes of food options that are easy to chew and easy to digest. If you’re planning meals for an older adult, always be mindful of their unique dietary restrictions when planning menus.


‍Nutrition During the Golden Years: 24 Easy Recipes for Seniors

There are a number of issues that can make it difficult for seniors to eat a good diet. Many seniors have a lack of interest in cooking and their changing taste buds may lead to general apathy in regard to food.

Older adults who are taking an array of medications may not be able to taste the food they’re eating due to side effects from the pharmaceuticals. And in addition to all these difficulties, many seniors have special nutritional needs.

As a CDPAP caregiver, these issues can make it difficult to provide wholesome meals that satisfy a senior’s needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of healthy recipes for caregivers who are looking for tasty, but also healthy foods that specifically meet the needs of older adults.

Seniors need more B vitamins than younger adults and their need for calcium and proteins is also higher. Vitamin B12 is especially important since many seniors develop difficulties absorbing this nutrient through their food as they age.

Iodine in combination with potassium iodide as well as magnesium are important in keeping an older person’s thyroid gland and circulatory system healthy even if the fruits and vegetables on sale at the market are low in these essential nutrients.

Nutrient absorption issues create a need for foods that are nutrient dense, yet flavorful. This is a tall order since many seniors also lack a full set of teeth and some may also suffer from issues with digestion.

We’ve put together a selection of flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes of food options that are easy to chew and easy to digest. If you’re planning meals for an older adult, always be mindful of their unique dietary restrictions when planning menus.


‍Nutrition During the Golden Years: 24 Easy Recipes for Seniors

There are a number of issues that can make it difficult for seniors to eat a good diet. Many seniors have a lack of interest in cooking and their changing taste buds may lead to general apathy in regard to food.

Older adults who are taking an array of medications may not be able to taste the food they’re eating due to side effects from the pharmaceuticals. And in addition to all these difficulties, many seniors have special nutritional needs.

As a CDPAP caregiver, these issues can make it difficult to provide wholesome meals that satisfy a senior’s needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of healthy recipes for caregivers who are looking for tasty, but also healthy foods that specifically meet the needs of older adults.

Seniors need more B vitamins than younger adults and their need for calcium and proteins is also higher. Vitamin B12 is especially important since many seniors develop difficulties absorbing this nutrient through their food as they age.

Iodine in combination with potassium iodide as well as magnesium are important in keeping an older person’s thyroid gland and circulatory system healthy even if the fruits and vegetables on sale at the market are low in these essential nutrients.

Nutrient absorption issues create a need for foods that are nutrient dense, yet flavorful. This is a tall order since many seniors also lack a full set of teeth and some may also suffer from issues with digestion.

We’ve put together a selection of flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes of food options that are easy to chew and easy to digest. If you’re planning meals for an older adult, always be mindful of their unique dietary restrictions when planning menus.


‍Nutrition During the Golden Years: 24 Easy Recipes for Seniors

There are a number of issues that can make it difficult for seniors to eat a good diet. Many seniors have a lack of interest in cooking and their changing taste buds may lead to general apathy in regard to food.

Older adults who are taking an array of medications may not be able to taste the food they’re eating due to side effects from the pharmaceuticals. And in addition to all these difficulties, many seniors have special nutritional needs.

As a CDPAP caregiver, these issues can make it difficult to provide wholesome meals that satisfy a senior’s needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of healthy recipes for caregivers who are looking for tasty, but also healthy foods that specifically meet the needs of older adults.

Seniors need more B vitamins than younger adults and their need for calcium and proteins is also higher. Vitamin B12 is especially important since many seniors develop difficulties absorbing this nutrient through their food as they age.

Iodine in combination with potassium iodide as well as magnesium are important in keeping an older person’s thyroid gland and circulatory system healthy even if the fruits and vegetables on sale at the market are low in these essential nutrients.

Nutrient absorption issues create a need for foods that are nutrient dense, yet flavorful. This is a tall order since many seniors also lack a full set of teeth and some may also suffer from issues with digestion.

We’ve put together a selection of flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes of food options that are easy to chew and easy to digest. If you’re planning meals for an older adult, always be mindful of their unique dietary restrictions when planning menus.


‍Nutrition During the Golden Years: 24 Easy Recipes for Seniors

There are a number of issues that can make it difficult for seniors to eat a good diet. Many seniors have a lack of interest in cooking and their changing taste buds may lead to general apathy in regard to food.

Older adults who are taking an array of medications may not be able to taste the food they’re eating due to side effects from the pharmaceuticals. And in addition to all these difficulties, many seniors have special nutritional needs.

As a CDPAP caregiver, these issues can make it difficult to provide wholesome meals that satisfy a senior’s needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of healthy recipes for caregivers who are looking for tasty, but also healthy foods that specifically meet the needs of older adults.

Seniors need more B vitamins than younger adults and their need for calcium and proteins is also higher. Vitamin B12 is especially important since many seniors develop difficulties absorbing this nutrient through their food as they age.

Iodine in combination with potassium iodide as well as magnesium are important in keeping an older person’s thyroid gland and circulatory system healthy even if the fruits and vegetables on sale at the market are low in these essential nutrients.

Nutrient absorption issues create a need for foods that are nutrient dense, yet flavorful. This is a tall order since many seniors also lack a full set of teeth and some may also suffer from issues with digestion.

We’ve put together a selection of flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes of food options that are easy to chew and easy to digest. If you’re planning meals for an older adult, always be mindful of their unique dietary restrictions when planning menus.


‍Nutrition During the Golden Years: 24 Easy Recipes for Seniors

There are a number of issues that can make it difficult for seniors to eat a good diet. Many seniors have a lack of interest in cooking and their changing taste buds may lead to general apathy in regard to food.

Older adults who are taking an array of medications may not be able to taste the food they’re eating due to side effects from the pharmaceuticals. And in addition to all these difficulties, many seniors have special nutritional needs.

As a CDPAP caregiver, these issues can make it difficult to provide wholesome meals that satisfy a senior’s needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of healthy recipes for caregivers who are looking for tasty, but also healthy foods that specifically meet the needs of older adults.

Seniors need more B vitamins than younger adults and their need for calcium and proteins is also higher. Vitamin B12 is especially important since many seniors develop difficulties absorbing this nutrient through their food as they age.

Iodine in combination with potassium iodide as well as magnesium are important in keeping an older person’s thyroid gland and circulatory system healthy even if the fruits and vegetables on sale at the market are low in these essential nutrients.

Nutrient absorption issues create a need for foods that are nutrient dense, yet flavorful. This is a tall order since many seniors also lack a full set of teeth and some may also suffer from issues with digestion.

We’ve put together a selection of flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes of food options that are easy to chew and easy to digest. If you’re planning meals for an older adult, always be mindful of their unique dietary restrictions when planning menus.


‍Nutrition During the Golden Years: 24 Easy Recipes for Seniors

There are a number of issues that can make it difficult for seniors to eat a good diet. Many seniors have a lack of interest in cooking and their changing taste buds may lead to general apathy in regard to food.

Older adults who are taking an array of medications may not be able to taste the food they’re eating due to side effects from the pharmaceuticals. And in addition to all these difficulties, many seniors have special nutritional needs.

As a CDPAP caregiver, these issues can make it difficult to provide wholesome meals that satisfy a senior’s needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of healthy recipes for caregivers who are looking for tasty, but also healthy foods that specifically meet the needs of older adults.

Seniors need more B vitamins than younger adults and their need for calcium and proteins is also higher. Vitamin B12 is especially important since many seniors develop difficulties absorbing this nutrient through their food as they age.

Iodine in combination with potassium iodide as well as magnesium are important in keeping an older person’s thyroid gland and circulatory system healthy even if the fruits and vegetables on sale at the market are low in these essential nutrients.

Nutrient absorption issues create a need for foods that are nutrient dense, yet flavorful. This is a tall order since many seniors also lack a full set of teeth and some may also suffer from issues with digestion.

We’ve put together a selection of flavorful, nutrient-dense recipes of food options that are easy to chew and easy to digest. If you’re planning meals for an older adult, always be mindful of their unique dietary restrictions when planning menus.


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