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Ramen Iroha, a Lighter Ramen Style in Gardena

Tired of the recent wave of hard-core pork-bomb ramen? Check out Ramen Iroha, the new SoCal branch of famed Japanese chain Menya Iroha, which uses a lighter chicken stock. The place has only been open a month, and lines are already starting to form, Johnny L says. bulavinaka ate at a Menya Iroha in a [...]


Marché Moderne fetes Bastille Day with an authentic bouillabaisse

Hurry! Florent Marneau at Marché Moderne in Costa Mesa is celebrating Bastille Day with bouillabaisse from now through July 19. That's just one week more. This is the real deal, not some tricked-up California-style fish stew. Marneau is so obsessed with authenticity he's flying in seafood caught off the coast of Nice, Marseilles and Toulon, [...]


Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 7/9 – 7/13

In which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad. “Surely at some point the law of entropy will prevail and L.A. will see more phở joints that focus less on bad puns and pa… Continue reading “Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 7/9 – 7/13″ > Read [...]


Marcus Samuelsson; Eating on the Expo Line; Edible Packaging

Marcus Samuelsson shares his fascinating journey to becoming a professional chef. Plus, eating on the Expo Line and a new line of packaging that?s 100% edible.


E.K. Valley: Mole Enchiladas and Black Beans in Culver City

AndrewF reports that at E.K. Valley, a new Mexican restaurant in Culver City, meals start off strong: chips with fresh, homemade guacamole and smoky, tangy, deep red salsa. Red mole enchiladas here are excellent: complex, flavorful, and with a nice undercurrent of heat. The mole is the best AndrewF has had in some time, and [...]


Reading list: Urban Radish & Bloomfest to DT; Roy Choi in the NYTimes; Ottavia Bourdain’s meaty diet

Some Friday links we’re reading about with varying degrees of appetite, lust or horror: Sustenance for Arts District dwellers: Urban Radish is a "farm fresh community market to shop for seasonal fresh produce, high quality meats and seafood, dairy and other daily necessities." Downtown dwellers are likely chuffed to have this market on Mateo St. [...]


Nancy Botwin Spotted at Polo Lounge; Freddy Krueger Goes to Casa Vega

Mary Louise Parker at Beverly Hills Hotel On Wednesday evening, the 100-year-old Beverly Hills Hotel teamed up with Cointreau for a pool party featuring a mesmerizing waterside dance performed by Dita Von Teese that was drooled over by celebrity guests like Linda Ramone, Marisa Tomei, and the dudes from Daft Punk (Natalie Portman was a [...]


Test Kitchen video tip: Cleaning tamarind pulp

I love the tart, bright flavors of tamarind. It's a perfect ingredient when you want to add a fresh "zing" to a dish. The photo above is from a recipe for salmon skewers with tamarind sauce, adapted from a recipe by Marcus Samuelsson and a favorite go-to dish when I'm grilling on a summer evening. [...]


Wolvesmouth Goes to Comic-Con: Food Nerds + Pop Culture Geeks

It’s almost universally agreed upon that the food at Comic-Con sucks — that is, unless you’re a fan of floppy pizza slices and soggy hot dogs marked up to movie-theater prices. Yet just like mu… Continue reading “Wolvesmouth Goes to Comic-Con: Food Nerds + Pop Culture Geeks ” > Read the full post on Squid [...]


All’Angolo: Tasty Italian Pasta in LA’s Koreatown

Besides having great Korean food, Koreatown has incredible Central American and even Oaxacan food, sku says. Now there’s good Italian food, thanks to All’Angolo Pizza and Pasta. Ignore that reference to pizza in the name—sku says the thing to order here is the fresh, perfectly cooked pasta. The highlight: strozzapreti alla trentina, twisted pasta served [...]


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