Categories: Food & DrinkBlogger: Squid Ink Editor
Description: Notes on eating and drinking in Los Angeles.
McDonald's has launched a line of clothing, for humans and dogs. Over on Eater national, Dirt Candy chef Amanda Cohen looks deeply into the question of when a new restaurant should be reviewed, and how the ever-earlier reviews impact the business. T… Continue Reading
The annual traveling Cochon 555 competition, which pits chefs in major U.S. cities against each other in a nose-to-tail cook off using farm-raised heritage-breed pigs, arrives in L.A. this weekend. Last year, L.A.'s chef Ray Garcia, then of Fig… Continue Reading
When you think of the stretch of La Brea Ave. near the corner of Beverly Blvd., it's likely furniture and design stores come to mind. When you consider food in this part of town, you might think of the upscale restaurants nearby on Beverly, such as Angeli… Continue Reading
At chef Mark Peel's Grand Central Market stand Bombo, six tilting steam kettles are permanently installed on a stainless steel counter for all to see. The cooking contraptions might be an uncommon sight in L.A. kitchens, but they are the backbone of the n… Continue Reading
There’s a new bakery in town — and it's straight from Singapore. Duke Bakery opened its first U.S. outlet this past Sunday at Diamond Plaza in Rowland Heights. The bakery was started by a Taiwanese pastry chef and sells artisanal breads that c… Continue Reading