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Campanile May Very Well Become Walter Manzke’s Republique

Campanile Eater jumps on a tragic scoop today that was originally laid out by Gayot. As hard as it is to swallow, Mark Peel’s venerated La Brea restaurant Campanile could soon be sold to another owner. According to Gayot’s original story, the space may soon be taken over by Bill Chait to provide a home [...]


Consumer Reports Warns of Arsenic in Rice

Rice, seemingly so bland and innocuous, harbors the same deadly poison beloved by Victorian mystery writers. In a new study, Consumer Reports has found varying levels of arsenic in more than 60 … Continue reading “Consumer Reports Warns of Arsenic in Rice ” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Free Coffemakers For All at Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf; Zam Zam Expands Hours and Menu

Zam Zam Market Alhambra: Dean Sin World is secretly supplying Mrs. Lu’s dumplings to many restaurants on the SGV food scene. [SI] Bel-Air: The new interior and exterior look and menu of Bel-Air Bar and Grill should debut in November, following the restaurant’s 18-month hiberation. [SI] Boyle Heights: Food desert? Which food desert? [SinoSoul] Culver [...]


46: Edomae Tendon Bowl at Hannosuke

Leading up to this year’s Best of L.A. issue (due out Oct. 4), we’ll be counting down, in no particular order, 100 of our favorite dishes. 46: Edomae Tendon Bowl at Hannosuke. The saying goes… Continue reading “46: Edomae Tendon Bowl at Hannosuke ” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Stonehaus Hauling Cheese and Charcuterie to Westlake Village, Opening October 14

Stonehaus A new enoteca called Stonehaus is opening in Westlake Village on October 14, set at the town’s 44-year-old fancy-pants Westlake Village Inn, which features vineyards among its palm trees and sandtraps. Housed (or is that haused?) in a free-standing, Tuscan-style building with a stone facade and chimney, and a Italian tile roof, the new [...]


What We’re Reading: Irvin S. Cobb’s Own Recipe Book + A Cocktail Recipe

My mother’s boyfriend, Jim, is a collector. Or, more accurately, a hoarder. Not the scary rats-in-the-couch-under-the-dead-dog kind (not yet, at least), but still. The guy has a lot of stuff. A l… Continue reading “What We’re Reading: Irvin S. Cobb’s Own Recipe Book + A Cocktail Recipe” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Lunasia (Alhambra, CA)

Lunasia 500 W Main St Alhambra, CA 91801 Dining date: 8/27/12 Dim sum is something that I often enjoy as a weekend lunch. It’s a very ‘social’ meal always involving the sharing of a variety of small plates. The multitude of flavors and textures is something that’s pretty unique, and it has become a sort [...]


Little Flower: Recipes From The Café + A Pumpkin Bread Pudding Recipe

We’ve read a lot of cookbook Introductions over the years, but Christine Moore’s Intro to Little Flower: Recipes from the Café, her first cookbook, gave us pause. Most begin with the joyous side… Continue reading “Little Flower: Recipes From The Café + A Pumpkin Bread Pudding Recipe” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Matzoh Ball Gumbo, Kosher Prison Food, Copyrighting Recipes

Can you copyright a recipe? Plus, more and more inmates are requesting kosher meals in prison and a Southerner melds regional cooking with her Jewish heritage.


In LA, Colori Nails Italian Classics

LA’s Colori Kitchen is a longtime favorite on Chowhound for traditional Italian. And while pretty much everybody mentions the kitchen’s skill with tiramisu, a recent Chowhound discussion pointed out that there’s plenty more going on here than just dessert. Standout dishes include tagliatelle alla Bolognese and beef carpaccio. The latter isn’t particularly unusual, ns1 says, [...]


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