The chef introduces the street wear brand to the "master of balls" and the almond cookies he grew up on.
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The chef hints that he may bring in Pekin Duck, while also offering grass-fed burgers and freestyle remixes.
The French guidebook came to town to share its affections for Nancy Silverton, Roy Choi, Joseph Centeno, and a few Paris-imported guest stars.
The festival bread and bacalao brandade have been replaced by jerk chicken and bottomless Bloody Marys.
L.A. Son replaces the more incomprehensible title Spaghetti Junction: Riding Shotgun with an L.A. Chef.
Who's to say it might not be for the benefit of L.A.'s common good?
The move could offer the neighborhood's comatose nights a much needed shot in the arm.
Chego Temporarily Offers Parking Lot Al Fresco Dining.
The Koreatown property comes from the owners of New York's The Nomad.
The chef talks dirty about his cooking.
The Kogi chef details the difficulties of telling his parents he was quitting law school.
The scribe calls the chef a poet, whose verses "taste of Los Angeles."
Roy Choi says he's been perfecting a recipe from his days spent cooking in the South.
The chef plays five old school hip-hop classics for the station.
The chef is sort of tripping out a little bit on his blog.
"I don't know where you come from but in my world if Mike D steps to me, I listen" the chef explains.
The rap pioneer claims, "Roy truly amazes me with his ability to reinvent radically different cuisines."
The singer is part of a group that purchased Schwartz's Deli in Montreal.
The book will detail the Kogi mastermind's wild youth in L.A. through the founding of his Korean taco truck.
The Kogi chef clarifies, "we gonna wreck some shit..."