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Never Fear! Your Mexican Coke Will Still Be Made With Sugar!

The last few days have been hard for lovers of Mexican Coke. That’s because a chief executive of a bottling plant in Mexico said that they were considering making a “move to more fructose” thank… Continue reading “Never Fear! Your Mexican Coke Will Still Be Made With Sugar!” > Read the full post on Squid [...]

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LA’s Best Roasted Chicken

Does Pollo a la Brasa on Western Avenue roast up the best chicken in town? According to some ‘hounds, the shop’s Peruvian-style bird and addictive aji sauce place it near the top of the list. Join the debate, or just gather some ideas for delish to-go dinners. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook [...]

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Quick Bite: M Grill Brings Brazilian BBQ to Koreatown

Bar-goers can order separately from the bar menu What: M Grill Where: 3832 Wilshire Blvd., 213-289-2770 Why: You and your friends are meat-lovers who have done Korean BBQ to death; you’re going to a show at the Wilton, Ebell or El Rey and could do with a passion fruit caipirinha cocktail and some happy hour [...]

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Recipe: California Ragù

I know, corn is not a traditional meat ragù component (and I was already picturing throngs of Italian grandmothers screaming obscenities at me as I added it into the sauce,) but I personally love the color and flavor these golden nuggets of sweetness contribute, balancing the tomato’s acidity, crushed chili flakes’ heat and the earthy-savory [...]

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Factory Kitchen Brings More Pasta to Downtown L.A.

As L.A.’s seafood moment begins to mellow out, here’s hoping that pasta is the next big trend. On the heels of Bucato, Factory Kitchen is now rolling out homemade pastas and trattoria-style Ital… Continue reading “Factory Kitchen Brings More Pasta to Downtown L.A.” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Honeycut’s Alex Day on His Favorite Bartending Tools

Tools of the Trade is a series in which we ask chefs, bartenders and other restaurant folks which tools they simply can’t live without. Today we talk to Alex Day, the man behind the bar at newly… Continue reading “Honeycut’s Alex Day on His Favorite Bartending Tools” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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KTCHN DTLA (Los Angeles, CA)

KTCHN DTLA The Gorbals 501 S Spring St Los Angeles, CA 90013Dining date: 4/21/13 and 10/26/13 When I think of brunch options in downtown Los Angeles, there aren’t a whole lot that come to mind. Especially without a lengthy wait. There are a number of options that do fairly standard brunch fare, but KTCHN DTLA [...]

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Chowhound Find: Da Hawaiian Kitchen

For laulau that’s not skimpy on pork, sit down at Da Hawaiian Kitchen in Huntington Beach. And while you’re there, try the off-menu Portuguese sausage musubi. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

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Orange County Welcomes Smokey Fred’s BBQ

Chowhound member Eater15 thinks the brisket at Smokey Fred’s BBQ is “Texas level”; the pulled pork and sausage links aren’t to be missed either. The combo lunch of three meats and three sides is $15. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

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Roy Choi, Ethnic Cuisine in LA, and Ottolenghi

Roy Choi reflects on his LA upbringing; is food better in LA’s Koreatown or in Korea?

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