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Recipe: Rocky Road Fudge

Rocky Road has been my go-to ice cream flavor since childhood; it’s like getting three treats in one – indulgently rich chocolate, soft & fluffy marshmallows and the nutty crunch of almonds.Of course the weather isn’t always right for ice cream, so when I later found out that rocky road can mean any number of [...]

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Power Lunching; Super Bowl Snacks; The CA Homemade Food Act

A health department inspector decodes the California Homemade Food Act. Plus, recipes for homemade Super Bowl snacks, and the art of the Hollywood power lunch.

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Quick bites: Hinoki and the Bird freshens up Century City

David Myers helps ready duck breast hors d’oeuvres What: Hinoki and the Bird is Comme Ca owner David Myers’ latest creation, with former Sona chef Kuniko Yagi in the kitchen. There’s no one named Hinoki; it means Japanese cedar wood, and it’s just one of the many ways Myers pays tribute to his love for [...]

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Meal Time With Bill Maher at Kate Mantilini; Sheryl Crow Ducks Snoopy Reporters at Craig’s

Bill Maher This week, The Hollywood Reporter counted Kate Mantilini and BLD among the top power-lunch destinations in town. This week, such shining stars as Bill Maher, Girls‘ Adam Driver, and uh, Pat Sajack, hit the former, while Mandy Moore and Minka Kelly bonded at the latter. Elsewhere, David Schwimmer took his wife out to [...]

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Cocktail Nerdom: Happy Birthday Robert Burns + A Recipe For The Bobby Burns Cocktail

Today in 1759, Robert Burns was born in Ayrshire, Scotland. He became the country’s most famous poet and lyricist, was known as Bard of Ayrshire, and in Scotland simply as The Bard. He wrote the… Continue reading “Cocktail Nerdom: Happy Birthday Robert Burns + A Recipe For The Bobby Burns Cocktail” > Read the full [...]

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Food + Lab

EatLA-1477

WHY Fantastic sandwiches, excellent espresso, lovely patios both front and back, and all sorts of good food to take home and pretend you made. WHAT Nino Linsmayer and his chef mom, Esther, were caterers before opening this café and gourmet-to-go market, so they already knew how to make crowd-pleasing food. They now have a devout [...]

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The Hart and the Hunter (Los Angeles, CA)

The Hart and the Hunter Palihotel 7950 Melrose Ave Los Angeles, CA 90048 Dining date: 1/6/13 Formerly the pop-up Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing, Brian Dunsmoor and Kris Tominaga opened The Hart and the Hunter last October. It’s quickly become one of the most talked-about restaurants in LA over the last few months for its hearty [...]

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The Viceroy Now Serving Late-Night Stoner Food

The Ultimate Burger If you find yourself with a craving for chilaquiles, nachos, and chicken and waffles at 11:00 P.M. on a Friday night, well, let’s just say we’re impressed you managed to turn off Adult Swim, hoist yourself from the couch, and meet up with your friends. The Viceroy is hoping just such a [...]

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5 Reasons to Drive to Santa Barbara for Film Feast

This week, movie folk — both celebrities and cinephiles — will flock 95 miles north to the 28th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Running in conjunction with the festival is Fil… Continue reading “5 Reasons to Drive to Santa Barbara for Film Feast” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Junior’s To Be Replaced By Less Famous Lenny’s

Junior’s, stripped of its signage Sadly, there will be no last stand at Junior’s, the time-worn delicatessen in Westwood that shuttered last month thanks to the latest craze in closing L.A. restaurants: mean ol’, unsentimental landlords (see Henry’s, Mac & Cheeza, Savory, Jin Patisserie, Yujean Kang’s, and Campanile to start). Despite the loss of this [...]

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