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Test Kitchen tips: Easter egg decorating ideas

A few years back we ran a story on dying (and creatively un-dying) Easter eggs, taking inspiration from herbs growing in spring gardens and with a little help from vinegar or bleach. Continue reading after the jump for our decorating details. And please share your decorating ideas in the comments below — we'd love to [...]


10 Best Sushi Restaurants in Los Angeles

The Joy of Sushi Does Los Angeles boast the best sushi in the entire country? If even Ferran Adriá is on our side, we can probably feel very confident it’s true. The factors that allow our city to


A Ceviche, Ubuntubalone: A plethora of pop-ups this month

Thursday through Saturday, chef Steve of Napa’s Ubuntu does seven to nine courses for $55 at Alma’s pop-up at Millie’s. Featured ingredients will include Asparagus *Maggie’s Eggs* Fava Leaves* Duck* Brassica* Squash Blossom * Borage  *Black Garlic * Tofu* Raw milk * Jidori Chicken * Pea * Green Garlic * Spring Onion * Bloomsdale Spinach combined [...]


The The Tripel Turning One Bruery Bringing Barrel-Aged Beers

The Bruery On Monday, April 16th, Brooke Williamson and Nick Roberts’ Playa del Rey gastro-joint, The Tripel, is getting Orange County to haul some tipple to the table for its first birthday party. Suds-specialists from Placentia’s The Bruery will bring five of its scarcer, often uniquely-aged beers to the seaside over a $65 pre-fixe menu [...]


Today’s Eat Beat: Carrots with honey, lemon zest and thyme

In today's Eat Beat, Food editor Russ Parsons shows you how to dress up your spring carrots with bright lemon zest and a little fresh thyme. The whole dish comes together in about half an hour. You can find the recipe here. Catch our televised recipe demonstrations on KTLA-TV Channel 5 every Wednesday and Friday [...]


The Wednesday Edition: A Roundup of Food Newspaper Stories

Flickr/dubh​You can’t replace the feeling of lounging on the couch with a scrunched-up newspaper. But with the web, at least you don’t need to worry about getting ink on your hands and bagel. He


Goan Cuisine at Lawrence of India

Is it true that the Westside has no good Indian food? Before eating at Lawrence of India, Bjartmarr would have thought so, but now this hound can joyfully report that West LA is home to a fantastic Indian restaurant. You wouldn’t suspect it from the silly, punny name, but Lawrence of India specializes in “the [...]


5 Line Opening Soon in Eagle Rock

Eagle Rock Militant Angeleno drops the word that a new restaurant called 5 Line is setting up shop on Colorado Blvd. in Eagle Rock. After taking a peek at the floor plans, the bellicose blogger notes that the aesthetic here is influenced by the ghost of public transportation past, based on the history of L.A.’s [...]


L.A. has a winner among Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs

This evening Food & Wine magazine will toast the winners of their 24th(!) annual Best New Chefs award. Every year the editors, along with food writers and restaurant critics, pick 10 promising young chefs from across the country.  This year Southern California has one winner: Bryant Ng of the Spice Table in Little Tokyo, cited [...]


Koi’s Rockin’ Cucumber Martini + A Recipe

S. BonarKoi’s cucumber martiniKoi’s Rockin’ Cucumber martini is the perfect spring cocktail. Somewhat reminiscent of a Pimm’s Cup, it’s made with vodka and sake in place of gin, with lime juice instea


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