The makeshift bodega behind Cuba Libre will serve deep fat-fried pockets of deliciousness to late night crowds.
The annual benefit for Alex's Lemonade Stand typically draws a who's who of celebrity chefs.
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A one-dollar surcharge for tap water at your favorite restaurant could provide a child with clean water for 40 days.
The industry has been hit hard by last year's disaster.
The upcoming Hayes Valley restaurant from Evan and Sarah Rich gets a name.
Pastry pros like Waylynn Lucas and Providence's David Rodriguez will each bring something sweet to a savory course and something savory to their sweets.
Dozens of farmers, restaurants, and brewers were on hand, showing off their finest wares.
Despite not being a beer dork, chef George Sabatino is still pretty psyched.
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Alex Reznik will make a foie soup with chicken skin, while Greg Daniels plans blood biscuits and duck bacon.
The rare brew goes on tap today at Monk's and City Tap House.
MexiKosher chef Katsuji Tanabe plans a short history of mole, and a tasting of over 20 salsas.
So far, seventeen restaurants (and a few L.A. Kings) are confirmed.
The chefs' will make eight-courses and pass apps with a whopping $750 price.
The event started as a culinary demo with Julia Child and stands as Planned Parenthood L.A.'s strongest fund-raiser today.
The Top Chef winner is pitching in to help fight childhood hunger.
Pupusas, tacos, pozole, tamales, and more will be on hand tonight as East L.A. tries to bring underground vendors to a safe-zone