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  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 18, 2018

    SURFAS, L.A.'S NEIGHBORHOOD CULINARY SUPPLY SHOP, REOPENS IN ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

    For decades, food-minded folks beat a well-trodden path across Los Angeles to Surfas Culinary District, the enormous cooking supply...

    Los Angeles, Cook
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 12, 2018

    IN HIS LATEST COOKBOOK, YOTAM OTTOLENGHI GOES 'SIMPLE'

    It probably won't come as much of a surprise when I confess that, like a lot of food-minded folks, I own every single one of Yotam...

    Fruit, Tea, Beans
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 11, 2018

    SEE CHOCOLATE BARS BE MADE FROM SCRATCH AT LETTERPRESS CHOCOLATE'S NEW LOS ANGELES STORE

    We've become accustomed to restaurants with open kitchens, coffee shops with on-site roasters, taquerias where you can see the tortillas...

    Restaurant, Coffee, Bar, Los Angeles, Beans, Chocolate
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 8, 2018

    ROY CHOI GIVES FIRST LOOK AT BEST FRIEND, HIS LAS VEGAS RESTAURANT THAT WILL BE 'KOREATOWN IN A CAPSULE'

    Roy Choi has shared new details and a first look at Best Friend, his upcoming restaurant at the Park MGM in Las Vegas. The L.A. chef...

    Restaurant, Las Vegas
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 7, 2018

    CULINARY SOS: BUTTERSCOTCH PUDDING FROM FORD'S FILLING STATION

    Rich butterscotch pudding topped with a light, slightly tangy mascarpone cream and toasted candied pecans. Reader Mickey Fielding from...

    Cream, Candy
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 6, 2018

    SANRIO'S HELLO KITTY GRAND CAFE OPENS NEXT WEEK IN IRVINE AND WILL SERVE COFFEE, TEA AND COCKTAILS

    Now here's a cat cafe even a cat hater could get behind. Sanrio, the Japanese company behind Hello Kitty, is set to open its Hello...

    Tea, Coffee, Cocktail
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 6, 2018

    HOMEMADE PITA BREAD IS SO MUCH BETTER - AND EASIER - THAN YOU MIGHT THINK

    I still vividly remember the first time our baking instructor at culinary school made pita bread, shortly after dawn in a brightly...

    Pasadena, Bread
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 5, 2018

    THE STORY BEHIND BURGERS NEVER SAY DIE AND ITS NEW SILVER LAKE RESTAURANT

    Is this what a McDonald's double cheeseburger was meant to taste like? That thought invariably comes to mind when you bite into one...

    Cheese, Restaurant
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 5, 2018

    CHAYA DOWNTOWN CLOSES AFTER NEARLY A DECADE

    Chaya Downtown permanently closed Tuesday after more than nine years as one of the city center's power lunch and happy hour hot spots....

    Restaurant, Lunch, Asian
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 4, 2018

    DINING DISPATCH: TACKLING THE IMMENSE TAMAL TOLIMENSE AT PASTELERÍA FLORIDA IN BOGOTÁ

    Tamales in Los Angeles are typically of the Mexican variety, and a single one doesn't go very far. Best to order two, possibly three,...

    Mexican, Meal, Los Angeles
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 1, 2018

    SOME OF THE COUNTRY'S BEST PIZZA MAKERS ARE THROWING A PIZZA PARTY IN LOS ANGELES. WANT TICKETS?

    Jon & Vinny's restaurant is hosting a pizza party next weekend with some of the best pizza makers in the country. Dubbed the Ultimate...

    Pizza, Los Angeles, Restaurant, Philadelphia
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Sep 1, 2018

    THE TASTE 2018 HIGHLIGHTS

    Highlights from the 2018 The Taste food festival at Paramount Studios.

  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Aug 31, 2018

    LOOKS LIKE A WOK, BUT IT'S ACTUALLY A CONVERTED PLOW DISC. MEET THE DISCADA, 'LIKE A CAST-IRON SKILLET ON STEROIDS.'

    Discada. Cowboy wok. Disco. Gwok. Plow disc cooker. Cajun wok. Disc grill. Outdoor wok. Disc. Familiar with any of these names? If...

    Grill, Cook
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Aug 31, 2018

    PIE ‘N BURGER JOINS ROSE BOWL FOOD ROSTER THIS SEASON

    And you thought the addition of UCLA head coach Chip Kelly is cause for celebration? It is, if you're a Bruins fan. But adding Pie...

    Rosé, Pie, Pasadena
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Aug 31, 2018

    GUMBO, PICKLES, SOUP AND MORE RECIPES FOR OKRA, NOW IN SEASON

    What's in season: What exactly do you do with okra? Though the vegetable is found in a number of cuisines throughout the world - including...

    Vegetable, Vegetables, American, Cook, Indian, Soup
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Aug 30, 2018

    NIKI NAKAYAMA, LUDO LEFEBVRE AND MORE WILL BE AT THE TASTE FOOD FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND

    The Los Angeles Times' annual Taste food and drink festival kicks off Friday, with three full nights of unlimited bites and sips from...

    Restaurant, Los Angeles
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Aug 30, 2018

    12 RECIPES FOR SWEET AND SAVORY SKEWERS ON THE GRILL

    Does it get any more fun than cooking something delicious and colorful on a stick? It's a great idea for the kids, too. We've compiled...

    Grill, Cook
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Aug 30, 2018

    OPAL CHINESE CUISINE OPENS, BRINGING HIGH-END CANTONESE DINING TO SAN GABRIEL

    Opal Chinese Cuisine, an opulent Cantonese restaurant, opened inside the Sheraton Los Angeles San Gabriel on Tuesday. The restaurant...

    Los Angeles, Chinese, Menu, Restaurant
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Aug 29, 2018

    TIRED OF ROSÉ? TRY AN APEROL SPRITZ

    Why is the Aperol spritz the perfect drink for summer? A look at the Italian cocktail and different variations on the drink.

    Rosé, Italian, Cocktail
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Aug 29, 2018

    CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE RESTAURANT INKO NITO OPENS SECOND LOCATION IN BEVERLY GROVE

    Contemporary Japanese restaurant Inko Nito, which opened in the Arts District in 2017, is coming to Beverly Grove. The second location...

    Restaurant, Contemporary