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Duff Goldman to open Cakemix on Melrose

Duff’s Cakemix is about to open on Melrose Avenue this week, a decorate-your-own cake shop from celeb baker Duff Goldman. (Think Color Me Mine or Build-A-Bear, but with cakes.)  It's next door to Charm City Cakes West – the L.A. outpost of the Baltimore bakery featured in the Food Network's reality-gateau show “Ace of Cakes” — which isn't [...]


Drink This Now: Strand Brewing’s Ito-Weisse

Cloudy, tart, fizzy, and slightly funky — there aren’t many styles of beer that can compare to a proper Berliner Weisse. Legend has it that Napoleon’s troops referred to it as “the Champagne of… Continue reading “Drink This Now: Strand Brewing’s Ito-Weisse” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Nine more reasons to eat in Israel

My last post covered only central Tel Aviv, but that’s only the start of what we tasted in Israel. Here are a few more only-in-Israel experiences — and we barely even scratched the surface in Jerusalem! homemade tahini ice cream with halva, pistachios and date honey Tahini time: Sesame-based treats are everywhere in Israel. If [...]


Missing Santa Monica Judge Found at Carson McDonald’s

A beacon in the dark… Linda Kay Lefkowitz, a 71-year-old superior court judge, was reported missing yesterday after she failed to return to her Pacific Palisades home from the Santa Monica Courthouse. Late last night, Lefkowtiz, who has been undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer, was discovered many miles away at a Carson McDonald’s, claiming she’d [...]


Taco Tuesday: Chicharron de queso at Loteria Grill

A party hat fashioned from crispy cheese; a bowl of guacamole; tiny, hot tortillas, no bigger around than eyeglass lenses, stamped out from fresh masa. Loteria Grill made its reputation with the stew-based tacos called tacos de guiso. Its original Farmers Market location was the first place in town to specialize in Mexico City-style tacos [...]


Summer Reading List: New Food + Beverage Books For The Family

The upside of June gloom: It’s the perfect excuse to check a few titles off the kids’ summer reading list and to get started on your own. After all, the sunburns and 100 degree days will be wait… Continue reading “Summer Reading List: New Food + Beverage Books For The Family” > Read the full [...]


Cassell’s Burgers Moving to Normandie Hotel; Jared Simons Leaves Lexington Social House

Simons is going back to work for Steven Arroyo at La Otra Escuela Beverly Hills: BierBeisl is holding a Schnapps seminar, featuring a tasting of six flavors, this Thursday night with brandy distiller Hans Reisetbauer. Tickets are $65. [BierBeisl] Citywide: Sanrio, makers of Hello Kitty, are teaming up with Yogurtland for themed, co-branded merchandise. [LAT] [...]


Twitter #Weekendeats highlights: Meatless Monday supreme

We happen to celebrate a lot of bacon and other lust-worthy meats quite frequently here on Daily Dish, so today I thought it would be fun to give a well-deserved nod to some meatless dishes, for #MeatlessMonday, shared during our #weekendeats chat. Angharad, author of the blog EatingforEngland.com, shared a recipe for black bean burgers; [...]


Cauliflower in Echo Park: Mohawk Bend and Red Hill Play With Their Vegetables

If we were to conduct a poll of the most appetizing vegetables, it’s unlikely that cauliflower would show up anywhere near the top 10. The oddly shaped lumpy white vegetable looks a bit like br… Continue reading “Cauliflower in Echo Park: Mohawk Bend and Red Hill Play With Their Vegetables” > Read the full post [...]


La Cave (Las Vegas, NV)

La Cave Wynn Las Vegas 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas, NV 89109 Dining date: 5/12/12 After a heavy lunch at Holsteins, my parents and I were looking for somewhere to grab a very early dinner before our flights out of town. There aren’t a ton of options open in the 4-4:30 range, but [...]


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