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Hole in the Wall’s Chicken Burger Rocks

Los Angeles is home to many popular burger shacks, but in a recent discussion, LA hounds called West Hollywood’s Hole in the Wall Burger Joint particularly awesome. This casual, build-your-own burger spot offers grass-fed, antibiotic-free beef, but it’s the spicy ground chicken burger that running pig praised in particular for being “flavorful and juicy” (get [...]

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California Homemade Food Act; Yerba Mate; Coffee Geeks

California home cooks can now launch a food business from their own home. Plus, a Paraguayan explains how to drink yerba maté like a local.

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Praise for Hole in the Wall’s Chicken Burger

Los Angeles is home to many popular burger shacks, but in a recent discussion, LA hounds called West Hollywood’s Hole in the Wall Burger Joint particularly awesome. This casual, build-your-own burger spot offers grass-fed, antibiotic-free beef, but it’s the spicy ground chicken burger that running pig praised in particular for being “flavorful and juicy” (get [...]

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Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 9/24 – 9/28

In which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad. “‘It was like me being back home and having a shish kabob.’” Q & A With Homeland’s Abu Nazir: Navid Negahban on Israeli a… Continue reading “Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 9/24 – 9/28″ > Read the [...]

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Spectacular Southern Italian at Sotto

Sotto has become one of LA’s most talked-about food destinations, and for good reason: It cooks traditional Southern Italian food from locally seasonal ingredients. In a recent discussion, LA Chowhounds talked about their favorite dishes. The list of must-eats was long. If you like pasta, Porthos suggests the fileja calabresi with squid ink, tomatoes, and [...]

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Stone Weighing Its Own Local Brewpub

Stone IPA In an interview with Stone Brewing Co. co-founder Steve Wagner, Food GPS learns that the Escondito brewery would love to expand its operations in Los Angeles, most likely through something like its own brewpub. Stone recently cracked the tap on its company store in Pasadena, while Wagner spikes our hopes that we could [...]

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40: Sicilian Slice at Pizzanista

Leading up to this year’s Best of L.A. issue (due out Oct. 4) — and probably beyond, at this rate — we’ll be counting down, in no particular order, 100 of our favorite dishes. 40: Sicilian Sl… Continue reading “40: Sicilian Slice at Pizzanista” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Sous Vide Pork Ribs

Dining date: 9/5/12 One of the things I’ve wanted to mimic using sous vide is barbecue. Cooking-wise, I could easily duplicate the low-and-slow practice with even more precision; the challenge would be imparting the smoky flavor. I remembered seeing an episode of America’s Test Kitchen where they prepared pulled pork in the oven using liquid [...]

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Worth a Stop: Slicetruck’s Pizzeria

It’s common for popular Los Angeles food trucks to go on to open brick-and-mortar locations under the same name. Take the Slicetruck: According to recent talk on Chowhound, Slicetruck Pizzeria, the truck’s restaurant spin-off on Sawtelle Boulevard, has become an essential stop for local pizza-lovers. What makes the pizza here so great? Big-time fan flowergirl [...]

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Seasons 52 Opening November 12 in Century City

A chef’s table at Seasons 52 This fall, L.A. will get its first incarnation of Seasons 52, Darden Restaurant’s wine-focused, farm-to-table grill chain that is spread across the U.S. An 8,528 square-foot location of the corporate restaurant will open its doors to Century City’s Westfield mall on November 12, serving lunch, dinner, and cocktails using [...]

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