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Eat My Blog charity bake sale on Dec. 10

The fourth Eat My Blog charity bake sale since it started in 2009 takes place on Saturday, Dec. 10, at Pita Jungle in Pasadena. The sale, started by Cathy Chaplin of Gastronomy Blog and Laurie Moore of G-ma's Bakery, has raised more than $12,000 since 2009 for the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank. The blogger-hosted bake […]


Today’s Eat Beat: Long and slow baked apples

  Today's "Eat Beat" recipe demonstration is for long and slow baked apples from Food editor Russ Parsons: "A two-hour spin on the fashionable French restaurant dessert 20-hour apples, they are sliced very thin, layered in individual ramekins with a little sugar and some orange zest, and baked. The result is almost like an apple […]


Cook’s stocking stuffer: Mutti of Parma tomato paste

I love this stuff.  The other day I was making a soup out of some kale from the garden, some leftover chickpeas and a few odd potatoes (along with a bay leaf, some garlic and fresh thyme). But it needed something. Found in the fridge: an almost used-up  tube of Mutti tomato paste. I squeezed […]


Food GPS hosts Pigs & Pints

On Sunday at Biergarten in Koreatown, Food GPS presents Pigs & Pints: roast pork, craft beer and ice cream. The lazy-Sunday-afternoon event features a whole Filipino-style roast pig from Neri’s Curbside Cravings along with seasonal sides from Biergarten executive chef Eddie Hah. Plus California craft beers Ballast Point Sculpin IPA and Lost Abbey Red Barn. Aaaand […]


5 Questions for Tara Maxey

Tara Maxey is co-owner of Heirloom LA, a catering company that specializes in fresh pasta and local ingredients. The former wardrobe stylist studied pastry under Suzanne Griswold of Spago and also worked with Cake Monkey Bakery's Elizabeth Belkind. Since opening in 2009, the catering company has wowed Angelenos with its "lasagna cupcakes," added a food […]


Forklore: Bigger! Richer! Cake!

Another in our series of rediscovered gems from food historian Charles Perry: Historians debate whether there's a pattern in history. There certainly is one in food history: bigger, richer pastries. Our word cake originally meant small, flat pastry, which is why we speak of something "caking up" when it accumulates a crust. In a word, […]


This week’s Culinary SOS: Spinach truffle mac from the Beachcomber

This week's Culinary SOS comes to us from Jan Nunes in Garden Grove: I took out-of-town visitors to the Beachcomber in Crystal Cove, and several of us ordered the spinach truffle mac and were awed with the delicious combination of ingredients in addition to the lovely setting. Is it possible to obtain this recipe? The […]


Test Kitchen video tips: Breaking down a bell pepper

  At one of my first restaurant jobs after culinary school, my daily prep list often included "breaking down" (i.e., cutting up) a case of bell peppers for my station. It was just one of dozens of items to prepare for the several dishes I was responsible for during my shift. Most restaurant cooks prep […]


Thanksgiving eve: Time to party with Wild Turkey at Seven Grand

Fancy a traditional corn-hole toss on the night before Thanksgiving? You can compete like a pro at Seven Grand in downtown L.A., and you might take home the grand prize: A turkey stuffed with a bottle of Wild Turkey. Just be sure to pull the bottle out before you put that bird in the oven. […]


Hollywood nightclub hosts a Thanksgiving turkey giveaway

Los Angeles nightclubs are known for their long lines, dance music and killer style, but what about some good, old-fashioned Thanksgiving turkeys? For the third year in a row, the Muse Lifestyle Group, a hospitality company that represents restaurants and night life venues such as the popular Playhouse nightclub in L.A., is getting in the […]


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