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Josiah Citrin

  1. Let Them Eat Foie
    Can We Call This “Bathtub Foie Gras?”Walter Manzker shares his secret for jerry-rigging the forbidden delicacy.
  2. Openings
    Check Out Josiah Citrin’s New Menu at Tower 8, Now Open at Santa Monica’s OceanaThe Melisse chef constructed a seafood-heavy menu of small plates, sandwiches, and vegetarian garnishes.
  3. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Mo-Chica’s ‘Ceviche Nights’ Uni DinnerRicardo Zarate and Josiah Citrin unleash four courses of urchin on Downtown.
  4. Paiche
    Ricardo Zarate Previews Paiche With Josiah Citrin, Bryant Ng, and KrisThe Mo-Chica maestro will be joined by famous friends for an uni night and six variations on ceviche.
  5. Frankenfood
    Alice Waters Urges Chefs to Rally Behind Prop 37The Chez Panisse legend is pushing a petition to her peers.
  6. L.A. Diet
    Chef Michael Voltaggio Raids His Brother’s Kitchen, Orders Takeout“I stopped at Chick-fil-A. Yeah, controversial, I know. When I’m traveling, I crave things I don’t normally eat.”
  7. Burger Time
    Josiah Citrin Scouts Downtown For Sure Thing BurgerThe Michelin-starred Santa Monica chef quietly brought Maui a grass-fed burger last winter, with plans to hatch it in L.A.
  8. Let Them Eat Foie
    Animal Rights Group Won’t Allow L.A. To Enjoy Foie Gras Quietly While It LastsFollowing protests at Melisse last night, Wilshire will be next to host a multi-chef benefit dinner for C.H.E.F.S.
  9. Bookshelf
    Voltaggio Cooking, Silverton Dishing This WeekendLocal and national culinary stars on stage at the country’s largest lit fest.
  10. Foie Gras Freedom
    Melisse Presents Nightly ‘Foie For All’ MenuPriced at $185, the menu isn’t exactly egalitarian, but it is taking a stand against July’s ban.
  11. Burger Time
    L.A. Will Taste Josiah Citrin’s Sure Thing Burger Too!The chef is actively looking in the city for the second location of his island burger business.
  12. Burger Time
    Josiah Citrin Makes Burgers in Maui, Forgets to Tell L.A.Melisse meets Maui at the chef’s new Sure Thing Burger.
  13. Mediavore
    Gallagher Survives Heart Attack to Smash Another Melon; Horny Flies Drawn toThe comedian collapsed at a Texas bar shortly before his show.
  14. Mediavore
    Celine Dion Now Owns Iconic Canadian Deli; FDA Mulls Ban on BPAThe singer is part of a group that purchased Schwartz’s Deli in Montreal.
  15. Look Who's Popping Up
    Why It May Be Better to Dine in Hawaii Than Mozza This ThursdayUrbanSpoon is running a contest for tickets, accommodations, and dinner for two with Ludo.
  16. Foodies With Benefits
    Funke, Nathan, Citrin, and Lunetta Unite for Disabled Sports Eastern SierraThe chefs’ will make eight-courses and pass apps with a whopping $750 price.
  17. Fever for Lefebvre
    What to Eat at LudoBites 8.0, Now Open at Lemon MoonAdhering closer to his French foundation, the chef must be saving some energy for a stand against the upcoming foie gras ban.
  18. Closings
    La Cachette Bistro: Now Closed IndefinitelyJean Francois Meteigner had a noble two-and-a-half year run before joining other esteemed statesman like Josiah Citrin and Alain Giraud.
  19. Fever for Lefebvre
    LudoBites 8.0 Taking Over Lemon MoonThe chef’s rabid following will trek to West L.A. for a 25-day reign of the ever popular pop-up.
  20. L.A. Diet
    Wilshire Chef Nyesha Arrington Eats Lou Malnati’s Pizza and Drinks With Andy“What’s awesome is that two out of six are chefs, but we’re taking these ordinary ingredients and plating them. And then we all sat around and watched Top Chef, and they all laughed at me.”
  21. Bookshelf
    Mélisse Is Releasing a Cookbook, In Pursuit of ExcellenceChef Josiah Citrin is releasing his first book of recipes.
  22. Happy Birthday!
    Joe’s Turns 20 on Abbot-KinneyWe look at the impressive list of Joe’s alumni cooking in L.A. and abroad.
  23. Foodievents
    Catch Dinner…With Your ChefSpend a day on the water with some of your favorite L.A. chefs.
  24. Slideshow
    A View of The Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival LaunchThe event, which found Ludo chatting about his new twins and Morimoto hamming it up, had a pre-taped blessing from Wolfgang Puck to take over for his 30-year-old AWFF.
  25. Superlatives
    Catching Up With L.A.’s Best New ChefsThe city has over sixteen restaurants run by past winners of Food & Wine’s “Best new Chef” award.
  26. Video Feed
    What It Feels Like to Walk the Animal Rights Gauntlet at ProvidenceA POV look at entering the restaurant amid the chants of protesters.
  27. Beef
    Providence To Be Targeted By Animal Protection & Rescue League TonightThe protesters are angry over a foie-stuffed duck dish at Michael Cimarusti’s Bocuse d’Or fundraiser.
  28. Slideshow
    L.A. Roast Chicken Register: A Flight of SixWhile Brendan Collins holds a fiery funeral march for his roast bird, Joseph Gillard turns his into a breakfast item.
  29. Happy Birthday
    Chef Super Group Rallies for Eva’s First Birthday MenuChefs from Spago, Providence, and Melisse, along with Walter Manzke, are celebrating by cooking with owner Mark Gold.
  30. Closings
    Caché Crashes on Main StreetIt was clear that Josiah Citrin’s latest venture wasn’t getting the attention of Thomas Keller or Roy Choi.
  31. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Chef’s Night Out 2010Angeleno handed out restaurant awards to their picks of the year’s best toques.
  32. Foodievents
    Chef Roundtable Serves Up Puck, Citrin, Splichal, and Feniger in DowntownDowntown’s Starry Kitchen caters a post-panel reception
  33. Lists
    StarChefs Picks Which L.A. Chefs To Keep Your Eyes OnL.A.’s rising talent in the kitchen and behind the concepts are named.
  34. Foodienomics
    How Splichal and Citrin Plan To Survive WinterPredictions for winter dining are bleak, but some local chefs have improvised solutions.
  35. Dinners
    Cache Lights Up Cigars For New DinnerCache and Hollywood Smokes unite to pair cigars, wine, and five courses.
  36. Lists
    Los Angeles Releases Its Food Lover’s GuideLos Angeles magazine drops a new food issue.
  37. Freebies
    Chefs Couple with Growers at Brentwood Farmer’s MarketLocal chefs team with farmers for a free Toyota-sponsored tasting.
  38. The Other Critics
    Gold’s Reptilian Brain Gets Goosed by BP Oysterette; Eva Seduces The L.A.BP Oysterette gets a Gold star, and Eva is pleasing to Ms. Virbila.
  39. The Other Critics
    Cache Catches Two and a Half Stars; Noir Brightens PasadenaThe L.A. Times enjoys Cache’s simple preparation, while Gold discovers surprises at Pasadena’s Noir.
  40. The Other Critics
    The L.A. Times Enjoys Stefan Richter’s Small Plates; Feniger’s StreetVirbila takes a shine to Stefan’s at L.A. Farm, while J. Gold reviews Susan Feniger’s first solo restaurant.