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  • 'Hanging out' with Thomas Keller at the L.A. Food and Wine Festival

    'Hanging out' with Thomas Keller at the L.A. Food and Wine Festival
    I was chatting on the phone with French Laundry chef Thomas Keller last week when I complained that it seemed like ages since we’d had a chance to just hang out and talk. “Hey, we’re going to be doing the L.A. Food and Wine Festival on...
  • 'Top Chef' Season 11 recap: Alligators, a swamp, egos and knives, oh my

    'Top Chef' Season 11 recap: Alligators, a swamp, egos and knives, oh my
    "Top Chef" season 11 kicked off Wednesday night in a swamp. There were alligators, frogs, a video of Padma Lakshmi dancing in the streets and Emeril Lagasse with a box of beignets. Oh yeah, this season's in New Orleans.  The winning prizes are still the...
  • Critic Hayler lashes out at 'Harry Potter cooking,' Hong Kong cuisine

    Hong Kong’s fancy restaurants are overrated. Germany’s, on the other hand, don’t get enough credit. The best sushi restaurant in Japan looks like a utility closet in a parking garage. Modernist cooking is “Harry Potter cooking.&...
  • Formal Italian meets friendly arts district at the Factory Kitchen

    Formal Italian meets friendly arts district at the Factory Kitchen
    If you dine regularly in Los Angeles' Italian restaurants, you have probably lived through the fresh-pasta wars, the head cheese skirmishes and the incursion of the massive T-bones. We have not yet quite climbed out of the charred rubble of the wood-fired...
  • Chaya anniversary dinner, Cafe del Rey fishing excursion, Taste of Culver City

    Chaya anniversary dinner, Cafe del Rey fishing excursion, Taste of Culver City
    Chaya Brasserie Beverly Hills will celebrate the restaurant's 30th anniversary with a special two-night event. Michelin-star chef Kuniaki Kozuka, from the original Chaya in Japan, will visit the kitchen Oct. 18 and Oct. 19 for a collaboration dinner...
  • A new understanding of your childhood cliche - sweet and sour pork

    A new understanding of your childhood cliche - sweet and sour pork
    Sea Harbour is one of the two or three best Hong Kong-style restaurants in the Los Angeles area, a comfortable dining room with impeccable live seafood and deft interpretations of Chinese luxury dishes. If you were looking for bird’s nest, braised...
  • Feeling spendy? Try out white truffles and guest chefs dinners

    Feeling spendy? Try out white truffles and guest chefs dinners
    Oh, to have pockets lined with gold. And an extra-large bib. Because there are a couple of food events coming up that, though extremely pricey, would tempt even the most abstemious. First, Piero Selvaggio is going all in for truffles at Valentino in...
  • Manresa's David Kinch comes south to cook at Rustic Canyon

    Manresa's David Kinch comes south to cook at Rustic Canyon
    Manresa’s David Kinch is one of the most celebrated chefs in California, but unless you’ve found a reason to be in the little town of Los Gatos, outside of San Jose, you’ve probably never had a chance to taste his food. Now, thanks...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Mari Vanna is poetic Russian

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Mari Vanna is poetic Russian
    When I worked at a local alternative weekly in the 1980s, one of the editors instituted an informal ban on the phrase "on acid" in reviews because the locution was clichéd and because it was so hard to figure out what a chocolate mousse on acid might...
  • Two of the world's best restaurants are changing continents -- temporarily

    Two of the world's best restaurants are changing continents -- temporarily
    Noma, the Copenhagen restaurant that seats just 45 at lunch and dinner and was ranked best restaurant in the world by Restaurant Magazine three years running (2010, 2011 and 2012), is moving to Tokyo for two months at the beginning of 2015. In a note...
  • Majority of U.S. drivers say GPS systems have led them astray

    Most American drivers say they've been burned more than once by their GPS navigation systems, according to a new survey commissioned by Michelin. In the online survey of 2,200 drivers, 63% reported being taken off track an average of 4.4 times since...