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Osteria Mozza

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  • Goin, Silverton lead nominees for 2014 James Beard Awards

    Goin, Silverton lead nominees for 2014 James Beard Awards
    It's going to be Suzanne Goin going head-to-head with Nancy Silverton in the outstanding chef category in the James Beard Foundation's annual awards competition. The finalists were announced Tuesday. Considered the Academy Awards of the culinary world,...
  • Events: Mozza alums at Santa Anita Park, tapas pop-up, 'India & Pakistan' lecture

    Events: Mozza alums at Santa Anita Park, tapas pop-up, 'India & Pakistan' lecture
    The Belmont Stakes horse race is Saturday, with California Chrome trying to win the prestigious Triple Crown, and the Chandelier Room at Santa Anita Park will be hosting a viewing party for local residents. The Chandelier Room’s consulting chef...
  • Chef of the Moment: At Curtis Stone's Maude, get ready for artichokes

    Maude is Curtis Stone's first restaurant. It's a 25-seater that opened in Beverly Hills earlier this month. There,  the Australian celebrity chef waxes culinary with a set menu featuring one seasonal ingredient. Stone, a Melbourne native, has appeared...
  • Mozza general manager David Rosoff is leaving after eight years

    Mozza general manager David Rosoff is leaving after eight years
    David Rosoff, longtime general manager for the Mozza group of restaurants, has resigned. But he's not gone yet. He’ll be in command at the restaurants owned by Nancy Silverton, Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich until March 7. In an email, he states:...
  • Nancy Silverton, taste maker

    Nancy Silverton, taste maker
    The last time an Angeleno won the James Beard Foundation's outstanding chef award — a very big deal — it was 1998, smoking had just been banned in the state's restaurants, and Wolfgang Puck was the awardee. This year, a woman who once was...
  • Restaurant review: Polished, modern République with maybe the best fries in L.A.

    Restaurant review: Polished, modern République with maybe the best fries in L.A.
    Are you looking for the best French fries in Los Angeles? Because the French fries at République are pretty close: cut in long, perfect blocks from fresh potatoes, steamed, slightly dehydrated in a low-temperature oven and then finally boiled in a bath of...
  • Eat like your favorite chef with this handy app

    Eat like your favorite chef with this handy app
    You know how it is on the Web. I was looking something up and somehow came across Boston chef Ana Sortun (Oleana) mentioning that she’d used the app Chefs Feed for restaurant recommendations on a recent trip to Seattle and liked it. I downloaded...
  • Glove law has many chefs steamed

    Glove law has many chefs steamed
    For decades, Toshiaki Toyoshima has followed the same ritual each morning at his downtown restaurant: He ties on his indigo happi — a short-sleeved Japanese chef's jacket — and dons a white cap before he begins cutting fish for nearly 500...
  • Nancy Silverton ends L.A.'s drought, leads a women's charge at the Beard Awards

    Nancy Silverton ends L.A.'s drought, leads a women's charge at the Beard Awards
    When Nancy Silverton was named Outstanding Chef of the year by the James Beard Foundation on Monday night, she floated onto the Lincoln Center stage in an edgy white jacket and sunglasses. It was fitting that when Southern California finally broke its...
  • A glutton for love and other delicious dishes

    I was 45 minutes late to our first date at Osteria Mozza when the Cute Gardener took one look at me over the rim of his glasses, pushed a menu toward me and asked if I would mind if we just ordered a bunch of plates to share. Flustered from my driving...
  • Across the Table: In Italy, amaro is the bitter end

    Across the Table: In Italy, <i>amaro</i> is the bitter end
    I remember my first encounter with amaro, the Italian bitter liqueur. It was the first time I went to Italy and had overindulged the night before. "Drink it. You'll feel better," my Italian friends urged, handing me a glass of Fernet Branca for its...