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Soviet Food Memories, Salt Block Cooking, Deborah Madison

Anya Von Bremsen longs for Soviet cuisine, Mark Bitterman talks about salt block cooking, and Deborah Madison talks about what it means to be vegetable literate.

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Thanksgivukkah: It’s Now a Thing, With its Own Hot Dog

Thanksgivukkah dog at DogHaus "I’m not sure if you’re working on any Thanksgivukkah round-ups…" read the publicist’s email. Well, I’m not, but I think that officially confirms that the fact that Hanukkah falls near Thanksgiving this year is enough to create a new holiday mashup. Hey, I’ve been known to send Chrismukkah cards, so who […]

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Sawtelle’s New Sushi To-Go Option

Designed for easy takeout or delivery, the menu at Fugu is simple, with three salads, a handful of roll options, and six sushi and sashimi offerings. Chowhound member soniabegonia says the quality-to-price ratio is reason to visit—rolls begin at $5.95. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

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5 Reasons to Eat at the Glendale Din Tai Fung

As you probably know, Din Tai Fung, the glorious dumpling palace that specializes in soup dumplings, or xiao long bao, recently opened in Glendale. And not just anywhere in Glendale but in the ü… Continue reading “5 Reasons to Eat at the Glendale Din Tai Fung ” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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LA’s Best Nachos

It’s near impossible for Chowhounds to resist a well-adorned plate of nachos, piled high with cheese, meat, and jalapeños. If the bottom layer is composed of house-made chips, the deal is even sweeter. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

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Cue the ‘Cue: L.A.’s Barbecue Moment Is Finally Here

“Barbecue has always been here,” says Neil Strawder, who owns both the smokers and the nickname behind Bigmista’s Barbecue, one of Los Angeles’ best-known purveyors of low-and-slow-cooked ‘cue. … Continue reading “Cue the ‘Cue: L.A.’s Barbecue Moment Is Finally Here” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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David Kinch @ Rustic Canyon (Santa Monica, CA)

David Kinch (Manresa)Rustic Canyon 1119 Wilshire Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90401Dining date: 11/11/13 David Kinch, chef of two-star Manresa in Los Gatos, CA, is one of the most lauded chefs in the country. I’ve been to Manresa once many years ago and, quite frankly, don’t remember much about it. For some time now, I’ve been […]

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Nose-to-Tail Dining in Little Tokyo

At b.o.s., rib-eye steak and short ribs mingle with the likes of carpaccio of tongue (pictured) and curried calves’ brains. Order a la carte or throw caution to the wind with the restaurant’s $55 omakase dinner. To witness the talent of Chef David Bartnes, sit at the omakase-only bar. See More Stories Like This Share […]

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5 Places to Watch Sports That Actually Have Great Beer

There are sports bars of many varieties just about everywhere you turn in this city, dank old caves where grizzled men shoot cheap whiskey and eat chocolate cake at 10 a.m., massive wing warehou… Continue reading “5 Places to Watch Sports That Actually Have Great Beer” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Republique Opening to the Public on November 25

République, the much anticipated restaurant from Walter and Margarita Manzke, will officially open to the public on Monday Nov. 25. This is after a glitch with Open Table that allowed diners to … Continue reading “Republique Opening to the Public on November 25″ > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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