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Submissions: Show Us What Los Angeles Street Food Means to You

Last week we asked Angelenos to send us their tastiest street food shots. Here are our favorites, from tropical shave ice to bacon-wrapped hot dogs.

Last week we asked Angelenos to send us their tastiest street food shots. Delectable photos were dispatched from across the Southland, from East Los Angeles taco stands to Wilshire Boulevard's pop-up "food court" to an art walk in Santa Ana. Our mouths watered as we viewed the images of vendors serving up the sidewalk delicacies like fluorescent-colored shave ice and those infamous bacon-wrapped "danger dogs" (so many danger dogs—you people are obsessed!).

Now it's time for you to vote for the best street food photo of them all. The winner will receive two VIP tickets to the LA Street Food Fest's Summer Tasting event coming up on Saturday, July 16. Voting will be open through noon on Friday, July 8. Pick a favorite and cast a vote. Thanks to all who submitted!

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Tell Los Angeles Where You Get Your Food

Download an app that helps The Foodprint Project track L.A. food purchases, then head to a food-focused party with the Levi's Film Workshop at MOCA.

Ideally, the farmers within L.A.'s "foodshed"—the 200 mile radius around the city—could feed the 15 million residents of the Los Angeles. But right now, that's not the case. So where is L.A.'s food coming from? And how can we help L.A. feed itself more effectively?

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