What’s in season: When it comes to vibrant summer produce, bell peppers are the amazing Technicolor fruit of the season. The unripe peppers start out green, but as they mature, their colors can range through shades of red, orange, yellow, purple and even chocolate. Regardless of color, bell peppers… August 17, 2018August 17, 2018Read More
A public event to honor the late Jonathan Gold will be held in downtown Los Angeles on Aug. 26 and will feature food trucks, remembrances from his family and friends, and previously unseen footage from the documentary “City of Gold.” The evening gathering will be free and held downtown on the steps… August 17, 2018August...
Planning a weekend cookout? Or maybe you’re just figuring out a weeknight meal. Regardless, we’ve compiled to make any meal feel like a party. From hearty tailgate burgers to our take on the In-N-Out classic to top burgers from our past Burger Battles, we’ve got you covered. … August 16, 2018August 16, 2018Read More
The Los Angeles Times will honor late restaurant critic Jonathan Gold with several tributes at its upcoming Taste food festival during Labor Day weekend. Held annually over three nights at the Paramount Pictures lot in Hollywood, the Taste was previously co-hosted by Gold, who July 21 of pancreatic… August 16, 2018August 16, 2018Read More
Gloria Putnam, a physicist by training, left a high-powered career to run a mountain goat farm, where visitors can hike with the herd, milk the goats and learn about her ongoing sustainability project. August 16, 2018August 16, 2018Read More
Cornmeal, buttermilk, buckwheat, yeast-risen and more. We’ve compiled — including Jacqueline Kennedy’s — to start your morning off right. Don’t forget the maple syrup. August 15, 2018August 15, 2018Read More
Some cookbooks, to state the obvious, are a lot more ambitious than others. There are the books, stacks of them, that arrive with dismaying frequency — slight kitchen novellas, cheerful recipe boxes — and whose shelf lives are as short as the time it likely took to produce them. Not so with Anissa… August 02,...
What Billy Harris does is fill in the gap between cause and kitchen – and to put on a show in the process. A self-described culinary emcee, he’s a retro impresario: equal parts dinner theater host, auctioneer, cruise director and maître d’. July 20, 2018July 20, 2018Read More
A look at the new cookbook from the former senior advisor for nutrition policy in the Obama administration, plus a recipe for his mustard green salad. July 13, 2018July 13, 2018Read More
Anthony Bourdain, the sardonic intellect who shone a lens on how food revealed the lives of people no one previously thought about and places few visited, has been called many things over the years, but at the core, he was a writer and commentator. And even from the beginning, he was a correspondent. … June...