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  1. Trends
    Putting the Feet Before the Belly: How Pork Trotters Became Such a ThingA look at how pig feet took over menus around the country.
  2. The Other Critics
    Craft Casts A Spell on S. Irene Virbila; Gold Talks Taco Town at TingaGold also drops a walloping rumor about Guelaguetza’s future in Palms.
  3. Tom Tom Club
    Colicchio Gets Busy With Tuesday Dinners, Bar Snacks, Beer FlightsSee the new beer and snack menus at Colicchio & Sons.
  4. Slideshow
    First Look at the Bedford, the Farm-to-Table Newcomer on You-Know-What AvenueA former Craft chef goes solo in Williamsburg.
  5. Foodievents
    Celebrity Sous Chefs Hit Plate-By-Plate This WeekendAziz Ansari and Debbie Lee will join Asian-American celebrities in cooking with notable L.A. restaurants.
  6. Mediavore
    Madame Wong’s Returns; Chi Dynasty ExpandsA legendary restaurant-turned music venue is back, while a stalwart Chinese restaurant eyes a second location after many decades.
  7. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Chef’s Night Out 2010Angeleno handed out restaurant awards to their picks of the year’s best toques.
  8. Oenophile
    Sexy Sommeliers: Pouring Wine and Looking FineThe NYP’s “smoldering photo shoot.”
  9. In the Magazine
    The Artisanal Soda Boom; Platt Pans the LionPlus: Watermelon and Fairy Tale eggplant both hit the Greenmarket.
  10. Oenophile
    Craft Welcomes Winemaker Paul Lato to DinnerThe Polish-born winemaker bring his in-demand pinots to Century City for a night.
  11. Neighborhood Watch
    Concern Foundation Block Party Held Tomorrow in Hollywood; Marina Del Rey NotThe 36th annual event will feature restaurants like Lawry’s, Little Dom’s, and Grill on the Alley, while a certain smoothie shop definitely won’t make it.
  12. Neighborhood Watch
    Craft Hosts a Farmer Dinner; Fat Hippo Faces EvictionPlus: Lena’s Latin Grill opens in Midtown, and Ted & Honey might land a liquor license, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  13. Neighborhood Watch
    Laurent Quenioux Cooking at Le Saint Amour; SimonLA Celebrates Fete de laBistro LQ joins a chef exchange program and Sofitel goes Gallic, with the music to prove it.
  14. Trimmings
    Wexler’s, Craft L.A. Top AIA Awards for DesignThe Stable Café also got a nod for historic preservation and innovation in rehabilitation.
  15. Trends
    Lights Out on Edison Bulbs?How did energy-hogging filament bulbs become so trendy? And will they survive new efficiency standards?
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    Karloff Comes to Cobble Hill; James Celebrates Wildflower WeekPlus: discounted wines at Smith and Vine, and a Calçotada Festival at Savoy and Back Forty, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  17. Chef Shuffles
    Chef K.C. Ma Replaces Joshua Smookler at VinotequeWith a resume that includes Water Grill, Providence, and Craft, the new chef expands hours and menu items.
  18. Foodie Fundraisers
    Voltaggio, Silverton, and Goin Collaborate at Craft This SundayA dinner is being served to benefit Hunger in America.
  19. Personalities
    Colicchio: My, How David Chang Has Grown“When David worked for me, we wouldn’t let him work the hot line.”
  20. In the Magazine
    Food in the AughtsAlso in the magazine this week: where to buy macarons, and Tanoreen’s new home.
  21. Chef Shuffle
    New Mina Pastry Chef an L.A. RefugeeCatherine Schimenti is the third chef to move to San Francisco from Craft in Los Angeles this fall.
  22. T.V. Land
    Craft Hosts Top Chef Casting Call This SundayThink you can cook? Come to Craft and audition for Bravo’s prime time hit.
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    Nick & Stef’s Gets Jazzy; Farrell’s Ice Cream Returns to Mission ViejoSplichal’s Downtown steakhouse will sing a new tune and a legendary ice cream maker comes home.
  24. Neighborhood Watch
    Día de los Muertos Tonight at Mayahuel; Craft Debuts Farm DinnersPlus, mandatory gratuity at Cornelia Street Café, and an extended stay for Brooklyn Brewery, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  25. Recipes
    Chefs Give Us Original Candy RecipesThree L.A. chefs give us their original candy recipes.
  26. Halloween Candy
    Chefs’ Favorite CandyL.A. chefs tell us what their favorite candy is to eat and pass out.
  27. What to Drink
    Brooklyn Brewery Releases Backbreaker While Bacon-Beer Supply DwindlesWhy is precious bacon-beer supply being diverted to Atlanta?
  28. Menus
    Craft Begins Daily Market Dinners, Plans to Break Down Whole AnimalsCraft’s kitchen gets inspired by the farm.
  29. Openings
    Butcher Block: Momofuku Meats at Home, Schatzie on the UWSA cult-favorite meat purveyor may soon come to a butcher shop near you.
  30. Foodievents
    The 27th American Wine and Food Festival is Back, October 3rdThe lineup for Wolfgang Puck’s stunning wine and food festival.
  31. Previews
    Can a Steakhouse Be Sustainable?Mike Magliano finds the way to incorporate sustainable meat into a steakhouse is to make it a brasserie too.
  32. Chef Shuffles
    Matthew Accarrino Shares his Plans for SPQRNew chef plans to use his background of precise technique to refine SPQR’s rustic Italian.
  33. Openings
    What Keller’s Second Coming Means for L.A.Local hopes are soaring high for Thomas Keller’s Bouchon Beverly Hills.
  34. Foodievents
    Simply DiVine Turns Two Rodeo into a European Soiree this SaturdayTwo Rodeo will look even more European at this Saturday’s food and wine event.
  35. What to Eat
    What to Eat from Craft’s Masumoto Peach Tasting MenuMasumoto peaches fall on Craft’s special tasting menu in August.
  36. Chef Shuffles
    The Foods That Got Accarrino HiredNew chef won over restaurant owners with his skills, not his resume.
  37. Chef Shuffles
    Craft Chef Coming to SPQRAfter intense vetting, chef will start in September.
  38. Celebrity Settings
    Halle Berry Fuels Rumor While Leaving Craft; Lindsay Lohan Sobs at Dan Tana’sHalle Berry leaves Craft and tongues wag about her belly, while Lindsay Lohan bawls over dinner with Samantha Ronson.
  39. The Other Critics
    Chili John’s August Re-opening Tradition; Mo-Chica the Star of Paloma MarketJ. Gold revisits a Burbank tradition and Mo-Chica revitalizes Mercado Paloma.
  40. Tom Tom Club
    Tom Colicchio Crafts His Second SonTom Colicchio debuts the new Luka Bodhi.
  41. Hours of Operation
    Good-bye, Frugal FridaysTomorrow will be the last night of Damon Wise’s pop-up.
  42. Mediavore
    Bartenders Go Back to School; UWS Dining Scene Is Getting BetterPlus: Urban gardening’s hidden risks, and Craft goes to Memphis, all in our morning news roundup.
  43. Bookshelf
    Why Craft and Per Se Aren’t Among the ‘Healthiest,The authors of ‘Clean Plates: A Guide to the Healthiest, Tastiest Restaurants in Manhattan’ defend their picks.
  44. Hours of Operation
    Damon: Frugal Friday ExpandsThe all-$10 bonanza will now be six days a week. Brunch, too!
  45. Freebies
    Drinks on the DonHe’s treating every time Carolina hits a three-pointer tonight.
  46. Party Circuit
    Best New Chefs Take Celebratory TourThe honorees have yet to be revealed, but you might have spotted them out on the town last night.
  47. Mediavore
    Will Damon Wise Leave Craft? Starbucks Baristas Allege Union-BustingPlus: Breakfast for dessert and calorie counts in court, all in our morning news roundup.
  48. Recession is Your Friend
    Damon: Frugal Friday Closed This WeekCraft reps say Damon Wise is taking Friday off but will bring back the cheap eats next week.
  49. The Other Critics
    Bruni Bloated at John Dory; Cuozzo Blasts RamsayPlus: Sutton still loves Craft, Gael Greene is fond of The Four Seasons, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  50. Recession Is Your Friend
    Damon: Frugal FridaysCraft introduces a $10-and-under menu.
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