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  • Hungry Cat: Downtown, with fishnets flying

    A huge, purple-black sea urchin with glossy, lethal-looking spines lands on the table, looking like some improbable fur hat set on its side. It must be 6 inches around. The waiter passes out spoons and sets down a plate of crisp handmade crackers....
  • Hotel Bel-Air Restaurant: Date with a grande dame

    ONE warm October evening, you're sitting outside with friends under trellises trained with bougainvillea, about to begin dinner on the terrace of one of the most glamorous hotels in the world. The wine's magnificent, the china's gorgeous. A plate of...
  • A rare four-star restaurant review: The Bazaar by José Andrés

    A rare four-star restaurant review: The Bazaar by José Andrés
    Olives that flood your mouth with flavor. A foie gras lollipop wrapped in cotton candy. The definitive shrimp with garlic. Innocent-looking bites that shoot smoke out of your nostrils. How to describe the experience at the Bazaar by José Andrés in the...
  • Chef José Andrés comes to conquer L.A. with the Bazaar

    Chef José Andrés comes to conquer L.A. with the Bazaar
    JOSÉ ANDRÉS, always charming, is the life of the party at a soiree in the Hollywood Hills, and guests are circling around him next to the infinity pool. Chef Andrés is scooping caviar onto slices of jamón ibérico (ham from the black-footed pigs of Spain),...
  • In L.A. restaurants, an eco-frenzy

    WHEN chef Christopher Blobaum was opening Wilshire restaurant in Santa Monica, he wanted to do the right thing, both culinarily and environmentally. He buys much of the restaurant's produce at local farmers markets and sources meat and fish carefully....
  • Hidden: three kitchens too many?

    THOUGH the wall beside the parking garage elevator still wears a caricature of the gov in his muscle-bound movie star days, Schatzi, his Main Street Santa Monica restaurant, is no more. Yep, terminated. In its place is a new restaurant and lounge called...
  • Buckwheat flour in baking and cooking

    Buckwheat may seem like an old familiar in savory Breton crepes or in earthy, nutty Japanese soba noodles, but it's also a uniquely versatile ingredient that can be baked into biscuits, rolled into Italian pasta and embraced in other ways that might...
  • Recipe: Red pepper pancakes with corn and caviar

    Recipe: Red pepper pancakes with corn and caviar
    Total time: 1 hour, 45 minutes Servings: 4 Note: Adapted from "A Great American Cook" by Jonathan Waxman. Paddlefish, salmon and whitefish caviar are available at Surfas in Culver City and select Whole Foods markets. The recipe makes a few more pancakes...
  • Restaurant Review: Nobu

    Restaurant Review: Nobu
    SEATED AT the sushi counter at the new Nobu Los Angeles, the three of us are oddly the only ones at the long counter made of blond-striped wood. We watch the hardworking sushi chefs turn out roll after roll after roll, neatly lining a sheet of nori with a...
  • 'Curb Your Enthusiasm': Can't take my eyes off of you

     
    This week's episode of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' had Larry once again encountering some ethical land mines in pursuit of (his own) happiness, but Larry isn't always on the side of the angels, even when he attempts to do the Right......
  • Q&A: Artist and provocateur Marilyn Minter dishes on Madonna, makeup and ruining a pair of $15,000 shoes

     
    You might not be familiar with artist Marilyn Minter, but her artwork is on display at the most public of galleries: Two Sunset Strip big screens and the lobbies of both local Standard hotels, plus a tote bag from high-end......