"I had a little Jameson and she had some red wine, and we got in a serious West Coast–East Coast debate: Red Vines vs. Twizzler. She was Biggie, I was Tupac."
"I eat the food that I'm making. I totally eat it. There's no better way of knowing if the food tastes good."
"Every kitchen that I'm at, any kitchen, if there's something coming off the stove, you can bet my spoon's coming out of that."
L.A. Craft Beer Crawl, Rosa Mexicano Ice Cream Social, L.A.'s first Mexican-Kosher restaurant, and more in the Neighborhood Watch.
A new fast-casual Indian chain will launch first location in Orange County.
The Waterloo & City chef helms the kitchen at this new Windward Ave. restaurant.
Find Northern Thai specialties at Night + Market's backyard barbecue this Sunday.
This Sawtelle newcomer just might rearrange the current ramen standings in L.A.
The second offshoot of the splashy New York import may open as early as next week.
Eric Lechasseur will bring his macrobiotic, organic, vegan cooking to the Wilshire corridor.
He loves it, he loathes it, and you still can't have it at Father's Office.
A new Culver City spot for classics like linguini and clams, NY-style thin-crust pizza and more.
The news about the Rawesome dairy raid keeps spilling out.
A new okonomiyaki spot opens on Sawtelle. Alert the Raku fans.
Jonathan Gold finds Japanese fried pork cutlets in Koreatown (of course), and the Times goes wild for pizza covered in ketchup and ranch dressing.
Spend a day on the water with some of your favorite L.A. chefs.
Unpasteurized milk and dairy products tossed, the organic market closed for now.
What the lucky few will be eating tonight at the 7.0 debut.
A special dinner at Picca for Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution.