This might actually work.
A special dinner at Picca for Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution.
The famous Fairfax delicatessen originally opened in Boyle Heights in 1931, moving to its current location seventeen years later.
Strangely, a golden mean is reached when the two opposing forces unite.
Despite low ratings, Jamie Oliver's crusade leaves a new legacy for L.A.
Plus: Schools around the country weigh chocolate milk bans; and ethanol subsidies may be to blame for high corn prices, all in our morning news roundup.
Wide receiver Hines Ward is detained by LAPD after his companion reported her car missing, then found it but didn't tell anyone.
The show's low ratings help it to be delayed until June.
The ban has been considered for some time, but will allow LAUSD a little breathing room.
Tim Allen, Adam Sandler, and Sam Raimi are all part of the group that is funding Sunset Blvd.'s first foray into Faygo.
Plus: The Naked Chef educates Letterman in the ways of beaver anal gland.
Eight kitchen stations and an inflatable band shell!
He's just trying to help America's kids slim down!
The Naked Chef's new show debuts on Cooking Channel next week.
If a chain could sue a blogger in this country, there'd be a whole lot of them in jail by now.
Stymied by the school system, Jamie starts a community kitchen in Westwood, where we're not sure it's really needed.
Geoffrey's doesn't want the blame for Matrice Richardson, Jamie Oliver in hot water and more, in your daily news.
Plus: Jamie Oliver despises his wife, pizza wars, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus pizza chains step up competition as Americans demand for cheap food grows, and a dude in Connecticut tired to use his iPhone to rob a restaurant, all in our morning news roundup.