I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. There’s really no place like home. Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cultural hubs in the world, and one of the fruits of such multiculturalism is the Grand Central Market, L.A.’s oldest and largest open-air market. You can pick up fresh produce, seafood straight from the sea, pig heads, pro wrestling jewelry, Chinese massages, whatever you want. But the best part is the food. Indian, Mexican, Persian, Salvadorean, Japanese, Thai.. it’s like the United Nations of deliciousness.