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5 Fashion Finds for Food Lovers

Holiday shopping can be challenging, especially when seeking the perfect present for your favorite fashionista. We’re here to help, with five foodie fashion finds. Best of all, these unique item… Continue reading “5 Fashion Finds for Food Lovers” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Thanksgiving 2013

Dining date: 11/28/13 The Thanksgiving post has become a sort of tradition on my blog – this is the fifth annual post. As has been the case over the last few years, Thanksgiving is a tale of two meals. Lunch is a casual buffet-style affair at my aunt & uncle’s (mom’s side) while dinner is [...]


Soup for the (LA) Soul

In Southern California, a thermometer reading of 62 degrees is reason to break out a parka and get cozy with a hot bowl of soup. In November, Chowhounds went to every corner of our chilled city, slurping up everything from chowder to galbi tang. When you need some warmth, seek out whichever bowl tickles your [...]


The Best Croissants in LA

When judging a croissant, Chowhound J.L. believes that bite, flakiness, aroma, and use of butter should be evaluated. Given these criteria, who makes the best croissant in Los Angeles? Is it longtime favorite Maison Giraud, newcomer Chaumont, or some underdog yet to be championed? See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this [...]


Rene Redzepi, Making Latkes with Leftovers, Schmaltz

Evan talks to René Redzepi of NOMA about his new book, Mark Bittman wants you to overcome the fear of fried food, and Michael Ruhlman talks about schmaltz.


All-You-Can-Eat at Itzik Hagadol

For years, Encino’s Itzik Hagadol has impressed Chowhounds with its all-you-can-eat salad option, replete with Israeli and Mediterranean fare like silky baba ghanoush, mushroom hummus, matbucha, and more. At $17.99 per person, the cost is a bit steep, but the quality of the included 20 dishes (and the endless falafel balls) makes up for the [...]


November Roundup of Restaurant Openings and Closings

Your New Year’s resolutions are about a month away, so you might as well live it up, right? To help you with that is Bo Nuage, a pastry shop on Melrose specializing in French nuage (cloud) cak… Continue reading “November Roundup of Restaurant Openings and Closings” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


The Factory Kitchen Now Serving Downtown

In the Arts District, the Factory Kitchen is upping the Italian ante with a menu helmed by veteran Valentino chef Angelo Auriana. Standout items include the pappardelle flecked with olives and topped with duck ragu, veal-and-prosciutto-stuffed modenesi drizzled with black truffle butter (pictured), and a tender plate of porchetta. See More Stories Like This Share [...]


Fourth Anniversary: Top 5 Meals of the Blog Year

11/28/13 Happy Thanksgiving! Coincidentally, today marks the fourth year anniversary of this blog. This past year was filled with far less travels but still lots of great eats. I’ve stayed within the U.S. this year and, as a result, this year’s list isn’t nearly as worldly as last year’s (in which each of the top [...]


Hunanese Eats at Noodles King

For a taste of Changsha-style cooking, pay a visit to Noodles King on Valley Boulevard in Rosemead, where the shao mai (pork dumplings, pictured) are made with hefty wrappers and stuffed with sticky rice. Try a giant bowl of house-made rice or egg and wheat noodles as well, available in soups or “dry” (with little [...]


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