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Food News Roundup: Food Safety Bill, Eating With Ozomatli + Saveur’s Food Blog Awards

The Washington Post: The landmark food safety bill signed by President Obama more than a year ago is stuck in limbo. Gourmet Live: Ozomatli’s global musical tastes match their culinary appetite… Continue reading “Food News Roundup: Food Safety Bill, Eating With Ozomatli + Saveur’s Food Blog Awards” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


The Fifteen Most Gloriously Dramatic Fights Between Restaurant Owners and Food Critics

You can bet Gordo makes the list. This week, John Mariani and Joe Bastianich set off the sort of war of words that makes covering the food world’s every breath ultimately worthwhile: Bastianich called the critic a “condescending prick” in his new book, Restaurant Man, and Mariani hit back in the New York Post by [...]


Taste of the Eastside: show and tell marshmallows, pickles, jam and gnocchi

Guisados tacos Tickets are still available for Sunday’s Taste of the Eastside at Barnsdall Park from 1 pm-5 pm, and there’s a full afternoon of demonstrations planned in case you need to take an eating break. Tickets are $35 until Saturday at midnight, and $45 at the event, and benefit Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, [...]


Construction to start soon on Connie & Ted’s

When I called Michael Cimarusti at Providence about the restaurant's Friday lunch service for a Critic’s Choice I’m writing for May 12, he gave me an update on Connie & Ted’s. That’s the name of the New England seafood shack he’s opening this fall on the site of the old (and now closed) Silver Spoon diner at Santa Monica [...]


Post & Beam Launches Gardening Club This Weekend

Looking to get dirty this weekend? Baldwin Hill’s Post & Beam is launching the first of its summer series of Gardening Club workshops this weekend with help from horticulturalist Geri Miller and… Continue reading “Post & Beam Launches Gardening Club This Weekend” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Kenny Seliger Pops-Up With Trap Door Dining

Kenny Seliger Yet another pop-up is coming to liberate one of L.A.’s hard-working chefs. Next up is Kenny Seliger, the chef at Wirsthaus, who plans to launch an unaffiliated dinner series called “Trap Door Dining” on May 21. The first dinner will be a $59 five-course “head to tail fin” menu served at a yet-to-be-revealed [...]


Dinner tonight!: Leek, apple and thyme soup

For a rich yet simple dinner, you can't go wrong with soup. It might sound like an odd combination at first, but leeks, apples and thyme pair wonderfully in this dish, making for a bright soup with plenty of flavor. Serve the soup alongside a salad, or go rustic with a thick slice of crusty [...]


Update: Hollywood Pies Moves West + Seating Coming Soon

Are you familiar with Hollywood Pies, the Chicago-style deep-dish pizza operation that operates in semi-secrecy? We were big fans when we got our first taste late last year outside a nondescript… Continue reading “Update: Hollywood Pies Moves West + Seating Coming Soon” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Playa Leaves the Cooking to a Thirteen Year-Old

Babycakes The L.A. Times reports on the curious case of Flynn McGarry, a thirteen-year-old, pint-sized chef with plans to cook eight-courses of “progressive American cuisine” at John Sedlar’s Playa on May 9. Is it still April Fool’s Day or something? Apparently not, though it’d be hard to blame anyone for thinking that the cult of [...]


La Cuevita opens Friday: More mescal, but the bats remain

for now, the sign remains the same The Little Cave on Figueroa was aways a low-key place to grab a beer, with adorable Bettie Page-esque dj’s spinning PIL and heavily-tattooed bartenders who invited you to the premiere of their horror movie at the bar. But despite the charm of the pitch-black interior and spooky clientele, [...]


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