The late-night host fixes his car using water from the restaurant and an LAPD officer is singled out for dumping food vendors' trash.
Shootout at Kraft Foods Facility Leaves Two Dead and One Injured; Americans Don’t Eat Enough Fruits and Vegetables
Plus Food Network Magazine's offices might have a bedbug problem, and Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern inspires a new board game, all in our morning news roundup.
PA Tavern Owners Support Changes to the State's Liquor Laws; Young Americans Do Not Recognize Colonel Sanders
Plus 56 food recalls affected Pennsylvania since food-safety legislation hit a roadblock in Congress, and Joe Biden handed out hot dogs on the Colbert Report last night, all in our morning news roundup.
The city attorney cites conflicts of interest at the airport, while the BLD and Grace pastry chef has fond memories of a Glendale milkshake.
The proposed fee on alcoholic beverage sales will almost certainly get Newsom's veto.
A ban once set to expire gets recharged, while Angelenos may have to forget about Nancy Silverton and Susan Feniger at the airport.
Did your local Chinese joint really score an A on its health inspection?
Roughly 284,000 residents of L.A. county receive assistance from 500 regional food banks, a 21% increase from last year.
Carcinogens Linked to Tomato-Based Marinades; One in Seven Home Kitchens Won't Pass a Restaurant Health Inspection
Plus diver discover a drinkable 200-year-old bottle of beer in the Baltic sea, and ground beef recall sparks debate on how to keep E. Coli out of meat, all in our morning news roundup.
Won't L.A. be a cakewalk compared to "the fattest town in the U.S.?"
A Third Street tequila bar is already turning fifteen while an ice cream truck's Don Draper flavor gets applauded by the show itself.
Will a big fat C be plastered on the window of the city's No. 1 restaurant?
In the coming inspections of egg farms throughout the country, the FDA will follow PA's practices.
The senate shoots down environmentally-friendly legislature while a critic who can't eat much has a knack for writing about eating.
A new study finds moderate and heavy drinkers might have a longer lifespan than those who abstain.
Plus Whole Foods will inform customers how all meat animals are raised, and federal law will require movie theaters menus to post calories, all in our morning news roundup.
While contestant Amanda Baumgarten dismisses the show's weight, Top Chef earns a golden statue.
Plus Top Chef wins and Emmy, and Dutch cuisine gets some comeuppance all in our morning news roundup.
Fruiti Pops Inc. issues a recall for mamey-flavored popsicles.
Farmers markets hit four wheels while the seaside city will proceed on a ban even if the Senate does not.