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The Year of The Vegan Cookbook: 5 Great New Animal-Free Titles

Last year was the year of canning and preserving, this year, it’s vegan cookbooks. And not just celebrity vegetable-centric dinners like we’ve had recently, but everyday slow cooker and sandwic… Continue reading “The Year of The Vegan Cookbook: 5 Great New Animal-Free Titles” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


SilverLake Ramen: New in Los Angeles

A recently opened restaurant Chowhounds are talking about. Want to know what’s new where you live? Visit Chowhound. Slurping in Silver Lake: This noodle shop, which opened its doors in late September, is a great option for Eastside ramen-lovers. Order the tonkotsu ramen (pictured) and cough up $1 more to add a perfectly boiled egg. [...]


Diet Fads; Seed Saving in the American South; Five Second Rule

Chef Sean Brock discusses his quest to revitalize heirloom varieties of rice and grain from the American South. Harold McGee dissects the five second rule.


An LA Market with Oaxacan Food

Don’t let Don Felix’s liquor store and meat market signs scare you: To the right of the meat counter is a newly renovated restaurant space. According to LA hound PaulF, this unassuming taqueria is serving up some tasty, ready-to-eat Oaxacan food that rivals any in nearby eateries. The dishes are so impressive that PaulF and [...]


Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 10/1 – 10/5

In which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad. “Two years ago a heat spike like these might have resulted in some sunburned fruit; this year, however, the crop has esca… Continue reading “Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 10/1 – 10/5″ > Read the full post [...]


Where Angelenos Eat vs. Where New Yorkers Think They Should

LA Weekly’s Tien Nguyen Venn-diagrammed the overlap between what national food media thinks LA’s notable food is, compared with the places Angelenos actually go to eat. Not surprisingly, New York journalists find it hard to navigate (or even understand) LA’s vast metropolitan basin, and tend to stick to Hollywood and Downtown. Meanwhile, LA residents have [...]


Korean Festival Brings Gangam Style Party to LA

Palsaik BBQ The massive Korean Festival comes back this weekend back for the 39th year. The cultural fest, featuring music, pageants, and plenty of street food, started last night and will continue Friday through Sunday, 10:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. There are typically dozens of prepared food vendors and a beer tent along the quarter-mile [...]


Bar Report: Sassafras’ Southern Spectacle

Outside Sassafras, the new Hollywood bar that aims to capture the spirit of the South, two men with very different demeanors hover near the door. One stands guarding the door, mustached and bow… Continue reading “Bar Report: Sassafras’ Southern Spectacle” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Foodie Rants, Olive Oil, Canned Beer & Campanile on Off-Ramp

This weekend on Eat LA on Off-Ramp, we cover a lot of ground. Jennifer Worick, author of the new book Things I Want to Punch in the Face, rants about why she’d like to punch foodies in the face. Colleen Bates and John Rabe taste fresh, peppery olive oils with Oliana’s Randy Hernandez. Jerry Gorin [...]


Bizarra Capital: Mexican Gastropub Lights Up Whittier

Fans of Chef Ricardo Diaz have undoubtedly visited Guisados Tacos in East LA or Cook’s Tortas in Monterey Park. If you’re willing to drive even farther, head to Bizarra Capital, Diaz’s new and slightly upscale gastropub in Whittier. In a recent discussion, Chowhounds suggested a number of unique Bizarra dishes perfect for the first-time visitor. [...]


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