Matthew Kang is the editor of Eater Los Angeles, a restaurant and dining website. He also owns Scoops Westside, an artisanal ice cream shop that showcases unique flavors daily. He graduated from the University of Southern California with a business administration major in 2007 and spent a few years working at a Beverly Hills bank before discovering his true calling.
DID YOU EVER WONDER why one of the things we do at church is take a piece of bread and eat it along with some grape juice? I’m partial to those churches that use real wine, though I suspect that those congregations opt for the cheap and overly sweet Manischewitz, which is a kosher wine that Jews today often use for their Passover celebrations.