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Jonathan Gold Applauds New Chef at Lazy Ox; Patrick Kuh Catches Up With Water Grill

Perfecto’s paella Jonathan Gold takes his zillionth trip to Downtown’s Lazy Ox Canteen, this time to soak up the cooking of new chef Perfecto Rocher, who is, “as every Lazy Ox server will tell you, a third-generation paella chef from…outside Valencia, the cradle of paella.” After a history report on the slow-poached egg of Mugaritz [...]


Madame Chocolat is moving, closes Beverly Hills shop this week

Chocolatier Hasty Torres is moving Madame Chocolat, her 5-year-old Beverly Hills chocolate shop. Her last day on North Canon Drive will be Saturday, when she plans to pour Champagne and pass out chocolates to customers. "You know, fun times! It's kind of a 'see you later!'" Torres says.  Torres, who is married to master pastry [...]


You Can Have Your Cake and Decorate it Too at Duff’s Cakemix

It’s the day after the opening of Duff’s Cakemix in West Hollywood, the place where you decorate cakes instead of ceramics. And business is good. TV celebrity, baker and pastry chef Duff Goldma… Continue reading “You Can Have Your Cake and Decorate it Too at Duff’s Cakemix” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Gin; California’s Foie Gras Ban; The Flavor of Cannabis

As California’s foie gras ban nears, chefs and foie lovers wonder how it will be enforced. Plus, one chef infuses haute cuisine with the flavor of cannabis.


Handy Source List for Whole Pigs in LA

Where’s the best place to buy a whole pig in Los Angeles? odub has compiled a massive, carefully researched source list for both the raw and the cooked. Interesting finds include the mostly student-run Cal Poly–Pomona Meat Science Facility, which will custom-slaughter, -clean, and -butcher a pig for you. You have to buy a pig [...]


Online Paso Robles wine country trip planner

OK, next time I get an email forwarded from a friend of a friend saying they’re headed up to Paso Robles the next day and want to know where to taste and to eat, I’m going to save myself some trouble and refer them to pasowine.com. That’s a new trip planner with all the information anybody [...]


Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 6/18 – 6/22

In which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad. “Sorry England and Germany — if the American craft beer revolution owes its adventurous and hoppy spirit to any country’… Continue reading “Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 6/18 – 6/22″ > Read the full post on Squid [...]


L.A. Vendy Awards Roll Into Town This Weekend

The second annual L.A. Vendy Awards, an event and fundraiser that’s been called the “Street Food Oscars,” is coming to Pan Pacific Park this weekend, on June 24, from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eight … Continue reading “L.A. Vendy Awards Roll Into Town This Weekend” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


The SGV’s Best Source for Fine Seafood

Seafood Paradise is the best upscale seafood market in San Gabriel Valley, says J.L. That’s saying a lot, given the SGV’s appreciation for pristine, Chinese-style seafood. The prices are a bit high, but everything is impeccably fresh, with zero fishy smell—in fact, much of the inventory is still alive, in tanks. If you want something [...]


Raphael Serves Seven Courses in All Shades of the Rainbow

June is LGBT Pride month Starting Tuesday, June 26, and ending the following Sunday, chef Adam Horton of Studio City’s Raphael is offering a seven-course “rainbow” prix-fixe menu using ingredients that share shades to create a full color spread of dishes. Horton’s ROY G. BIV menu starts with the color red in a dish of [...]


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