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Top 6 Los Angeles Breweries to Watch In 2013

Los Angeles might have one of the younger beer communities on the West Coast, but it is certainly making up for lost time. The city that once lived in the shadow of beer powerhouses like San Die… Continue reading “Top 6 Los Angeles Breweries to Watch In 2013″ > Read the full post on Squid [...]


A Q & A With Lesley Nicol of Downton Abbey: Salty Raspberry Meringuedventures in Pretend Cooking + How Mrs. Patmore is Like Gordon Ramsay

Downton Abbey starts its third season on Jan. 6 on Masterpiece Classic at 9 p.m. — that would be tomorrow. Fans of the soapy period drama might be imagining the glorious nuptials of the long-suf… Continue reading “Q & A With Lesley Nicol of Downton Abbey: Salty Raspberry Meringue, Adventures in Pretend Cooking + How [...]


Mark Bittman; Domestic Truffles; the Legacy of Cesar Chavez

How California truffle foragers use squirrels to help them find the prized mushrooms. Mark Bittman visits the Central Valley. Plus, the legacy of Cesar Chavez.


Irv’s Burgers May Be Fighting For Its Life…Again

Irv’s Burgers While the fate of Henry’s Tacos still hangs in the balance, a West Hollywood restaurant that was saved from the wrecking ball in 2004 after earning historic landmark status is again being pressured to move. Irv’s Burgers owner Sonia Hong claims she’s been threatened with rent increases that are designed to force her [...]


La Brea Bakery Reopening Tomorrow in the Rita Flora Building

La Brea Bakery, which closed its original bakery in November when the lease went to chef Walter Manzke, will reopen tomorrow in its new space in the Rita Flora building at 460 South La Brea Aven… Continue reading “La Brea Bakery Reopening Tomorrow in the Rita Flora Building” > Read the full post on Squid [...]


Five To Try (Again) in Las Vegas

Now that everyone in the office is coming back from the holidays, it finally means time for me to take a break. And a quick excursion to Vegas this weekend will hit the spot.Planning out my itinerary (OK, foods and drinks — mostly) for the trip, I decided to look back on photos from my [...]


First Look at Guisado’s, Now Open in Echo Park

Guisado’s, Echo Park Listen closely and you’ll hear L.A.’s culinary cognoscenti hiss and moan about the great hordes of ho-hum local Mexican restaurants that basically churn out the same basura. Among the notable names turning against that tide is Ricardo Diaz, whose inspired and attentive takes on Mexican cooking are found at the owner’s Bizarra [...]


Naked Wines: Invest In A Winemaker (And Drink The Benefits)

If your resolutions include expanding your wine fridge offerings beyond Trader Joe’s corporate specials, UK-based Naked Wines opened a Napa outpost last year with a wine program that, in theory … Continue reading “Naked Wines: Invest In A Winemaker (And Drink The Benefits) ” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Recipe: Red Lentils & Sausage Stew

While many folks spent their New Year’s Eve in a jubilant blow out at a houseparty/club/restaurant, mine was a much more low-key and humble affair. Partly because I’m exhausted from the assorted holiday gatherings throughout the better part of December, but mostly because I’m working early hours on both the Eve and New Year’s Day, [...]


Little Fork Opens Friday in Hollywood; La Brea Bakery Reopening at New Address on Saturday

La Brea Bakery breads Beverly Hills: Caulfield’s launched a new brunch menu this weekend, with breakfast risotto, rabbit terrine, and wagyu beef hash, among the dishes. [GS] Canoga Park: Sierra’s, an 80-year-old institution for Mexican food, closed this week, along with its neighboring burrito spot. Owners cite the land value as the principal reason for [...]


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