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The Best Taiwanese Pork Chop Rice

Pork chops marinated in five-spice, usually fried crispy and served over rice, are a homey staple of Taiwanese snack shop cuisine. wanderlustre thinks the best pork chop rice in town is served at Machi during lunch (Machi offers the lunch menu from the now-closed Nice Time Deli). This pork chop is “pounded thin and battered [...]


Bad Co. Bassist Brings "Unplugged and Uncorked" to BluEmber

Sonata Wines Just in case you’re left stranded and still wandering the desert following Coachella next weekend, there could be an oasis waiting for you at Rancho las Palmas, the resort that plays home to chef Sean O’Connell at BluEmber restaurant, which is planning a musically-inspired food event of its own. From 7:30 to 10:00 [...]


What are you drinking? Aldo Vacca, Produttori del Barbaresco

I caught up with Aldo Vacca, director of Produttori del Barbaresco as he made a quick trip to Los Angeles on the way to San Francisco and Portland. It had been raining for the past few days in northern Italy and he was happy to see some sunshine.  Of course, Vacca drinks Piedmontese wines when he’s [...]


L.A. Times Festival of Books: Star Chefs, Cooking Demos + Books

Guzzle & NoshMichael Voltaggio at ink.sackCook on television; nab a book deal. That could be one of the takeaways of the Cooking Stage lineup at The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books happening this


Lagunitas Hits The Churchill Next Week

Lagunitas Lagunitas Brewing Company makes just about our favorite readily-available IPA on the market. The Petaluma-based company started humbly in 1993 after Tony Magee, now the CEO, tried a home-brewing kit and liked the results so much he gave one of his pale ales to his pal, Ron Lindenbush, the brewery’s current COO. The rest [...]


Alain Ducasse teams with Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air

Famous Monégasque chef Alain Ducasse is joining Wolfgang Puck to host a five-course dinner at the Hotel Bel-Air next month. Ducasse is the chef behind Alain Ducasse at the Plaza Athénée in Paris and at the Dorchester in London (among many other restaurants), and Puck just opened his latest, Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air (another [...]


L.A. Weekly Food: New Hires and Big (Exciting!) Changes

Let’s start by stating the obvious: There have been big changes to the L.A. Weekly’s food section recently. And there are even more on the way. After our longtime critic Jonathan Gold departed for th


This week’s Culinary SOS: Tender Green’s happy vegan salad

This week's Culinary SOS comes from Jessica Zi in Los Angeles:  My fiancé and I are regulars at the Tender Greens in Culver City, and we finally tried its best dish on meatless Monday: the happy vegan. It successfully combines the tastiest health foods such as red quinoa salad, green hummus and farro, with toasted [...]


Tax Day 2012 food and drink specials

Filing your taxes is always a pain, but by the time tax day (April 17) rolls around and the papers have all been filed away, you can finally breathe a sigh of relief. And what better way to unwind than with a soothing alcoholic beverage or cheap bite to eat? Here are a couple of [...]


History of Ketchup; Homemade Mustard; Is White Bread Racist?

Find out why ketchup became America’s favorite condiment. Learn how to make mustard at home. Plus, how race, war and politics created white bread.


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