I explored an important part of food culture in Los Angeles, the donut.
Los Angeles holds close to 4 million people and covers 468 square miles.
It sits in LA County, which holds 88 municipalities and covers ten times more terrain, about 4,750 square miles. While the city holds 3,976,322 people, the county’s population as of 2017 bumped up to 10 million inhabitants. Just how does a population of 10 million navigate the cityscapes of the Southern California basin?