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Meet "The Forest Gump of Hot Sauce"

Gindo’s Spice of Life We’re a proud city of hot sauce innovators, Los Angeles, don’t let anybody tell you differently. Tapatio? Invented in Maywood. Huy Fong’s Sriracha? Bread and spread in L.A. Due next for the Valhalla of searing heat, The L.A. Times introduces Chris Ginder, a bartender at Takami’s Elevate Lounge who’s fast becoming [...]

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Last chance to vote in Battle of the Burgers

Don't forget to vote! The Battle of the Burgers entries have been submitted, so now it's time for readers to vote. We had more than 70 entries in our annual Battle of the Burgers, but your votes will cut that number down to the top 20. Visit our Facebook page to find out more. Voting ends today.  [...]

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10 Best Milkshakes in Los Angeles

David Lynch has written at some length about his creative meditations and the fact that for many years they were fueled by little more than the chocolate milkshake at Bob’s Big Boy in Burbank. W… Continue reading “10 Best Milkshakes in Los Angeles” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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5 Questions for Bernhard Mairinger

Bernhard Mairinger is the executive chef of Bierbeisl in Beverly Hills. Working from a tiny kitchen, the 6'7" chef from a town near Salzburg turns out contemporary versions of Austrian classics. Crisp fried pork schnitzel, heady veal gulash and juicy sausages along with dishes such as venison loin with braised red cabbage and desserts such [...]

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Terrific Rabbit Feast at Lago

Santa Monica’s Lago has changed over the years, says foodiemahoodie. They don’t quite know what they want to be: sometimes a tourist trap, sometimes a family joint, sometimes a business lunch place. The food varies from good to great, but the recent all-rabbit special dinner was terrific from top to bottom, says foodiemahoodie. Antipasto: roasted [...]

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This week’s Culinary SOS: The Cravory’s cinnamon roll cookies

This week's Culinary SOS request comes from Brian Boroff in San Francisco:   The San Diego bakery the Cravory (formerly 410 Degrees) makes the most amazing cinnamon roll cookies. Any chance of getting the recipe? Many thanks! These little creations, which look and taste like a cinnamon roll but are neatly compact with a cookie crumb, [...]

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Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 6/4 – 6/8

In which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad. “The different ways in which starch is coaxed out of slivered potatoes using vats of high-temperature fat reflect the var… Continue reading “Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 6/4 – 6/8″ > Read the full post on Squid [...]

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Vermouth; Quark; How to Be a Successful Restaurateur

Ever dreamed of owning a restaurant? Two pros explain what it takes to keep a restaurant relevant over time. Plus, quark! Learn what it is and how to make it.

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A Wealth of Tea Knowledge at Lupicia

When it comes to Los Angeles brick-and-mortar tea stores, sablouwho recommends Lupicia in the Westfield Century City Mall. Call in advance to find out when Charles will be in, says sablouwho. Charles is the manager, “and he is a wealth of information about tea.” Lupicia is a rare local source for good matcha (Japanese powdered [...]

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90: Furikake Kettle Corn at A-Frame

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. 91: Furikake Kettle Corn at A-Frame. Roy Choi is righ… Continue reading “90: Furikake Kettle Corn at A-Frame” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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