In which we hold our noses to reconsider condiment-based art.
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The burger chain has a local artist bent on turning Mouth Rushmore into a mural made from condiments.
The burger joint was there for over 20 years.
Joe Sitt of Thor Equities says he wants you, too, not just chains.
Consider the burger battle for The Grove officially on!
The retro chain diner is being replaced by the second location of the Williamsburg-based hamburger and cheesesteak spot.
Franchisees of the sandwich chain are looking to bring the business Downtown.
Over 1.7 million Angelenos faced hunger issues in 2009, more than any other county in the country.
A New Zealand food festival plans to supply a strange libation, while local shoppers are hit hard at the grocery store.
The former XIV chef might also have future restaurant plans with the T.V. chef.
The loudmouth chef needs pest control, while the newly named CalFresh program has the approval of focus groups.
Police capture 4,000 marijuana-laced edibles, while "Americans" ruin another good thing while traveling abroad.
The double restaurant opens tomorrow.
Business owners and residents complain about trash, fights, and illness, while the celeb chef was pout to sleep from overeating.
Instead of actors of questionable talent, celebrities are serving L.A. this week.
Atlanta and Indianapolis can put kim chi in Mexican food too, but a popular food show might have to rethink its originality.
Plus: Was Mark Twain the first locavore?
Wokcano's owners plan Le Ka' and Green Hut Cafe, while Ocho Mexican Grill and Mediterranean City Grill are set to replace some so-so eats.
Ingredients did not come from the Presidential garden, the Food Network discloses.
Plus: Johnny Rockets diversifies, and America's new food safety czar takes office, all in our morning news roundup.