As we gear up for summer, with its backyard holidays and barbecues, kid-friendly vacations and baseball games, it’s helpful to have a cookbook on hand that showcases classic American desserts — a book that gathers recipes for all those homey pies and frosted cakes and cookies like one big, sugar-dusted… May 18, 2018May 18, 2018Read...
What’s on the menu for the five days of this year’s Night Market at Grand Park, including food carts, vendors and trucks, pop-up dinners and drinks. May 08, 2018May 08, 2018Read More
Cookbook author Diana Kennedy considers a lifetime of writing, cooking and researching Mexican food and considers the future, both hers and that of the world. April 27, 2018April 27, 2018Read More
Chefs Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo expand to the San Fernando Valley, opening another Petit Trois on Ventura Boulevard. April 26, 2018April 26, 2018Read More
Most chefs with Michelin-starred restaurants, plus a classical training and the résumé to go with it, would pour all that fancy stuff into their debut cookbook. Glossy cover. Art house photography of white tablecloth dishes and, well, tablecloths. Anecdotes from world-class kitchens. Recipes one’s… April 18, 2018April 18, 2018Read More
This May, for the entire 31 days of the month, we’re throwing a dinner party and you’re all invited. The second annual , our monthlong food festival, is returning, with more than 200 dinners, panel discussions, volunteer projects and other events celebrating L.A.’s diverse… April 08, 2018April 08, 2018Read More
You could say that Matt Jennings has been following the chef’s playbook. He’s got four nominations for James Beard’s Regional Best Chef award (Northeast, for his former Providence, R.I., restaurant Farmstead and his Boston restaurant Townsman), four wins at the pig festival Cochon 555 and a pretty… March 09, 2018March 09, 2018Read More
The landscape of the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles, a concrete universe of slightly less than three square miles in Mid-City, is a bilingual-signed jigsaw of strip malls and squat high-rises, barbecue restaurants and porridge joints. It’s about as far away from John Cheever’s Westchester… February 15, 2018February 15, 2018Read More
Walk into many big Korean grocery stores and you’ll find, among the rows of produce, the bags of rice and aisles of kimchi and the seafood counters that often have more tanks of live fish than some aquariums: a stack of portable gas stoves. These little stoves come in black plastic carrying cases… February 15,...
The sun set on a recent evening in L.A.’s Chinatown neighborhood, the light from the lanterns strung across the second floor of the Far East Plaza replacing that of the sky. Families gathered around tables in the outdoor courtyard of the ’70s-era shopping mall as lines moved along the booths set… February 09, 2018February 09,...