The chef delved into the world of sawed-off shotguns before he discovered Sriracha.
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Sure even Vince Neil has a taco spot these days, but little compares to these chef-engineered examples.
The chef hints that he may bring in Pekin Duck, while also offering grass-fed burgers and freestyle remixes.
The two will offer a discussion with Los Angeles editor Lelsey Bargar Suter.
The New York ice cream sensation might team up with chefs from Animal and Kogi while visiting town in October.
The Kogi chef details the difficulties of telling his parents he was quitting law school.
The scribe calls the chef a poet, whose verses "taste of Los Angeles."
"I'm not a hater, I eat SPAM."
The chef plays five old school hip-hop classics for the station.
The chef is sort of tripping out a little bit on his blog.
"I'm gonna cook the way I used to when I started. No rules. It's like a workshop."
"I don't know where you come from but in my world if Mike D steps to me, I listen" the chef explains.
The chef is engineering a student fruit store in South L.A.
The Kogi co-founder strikes again with snow ice topped with fortune cookies and chocolate Pocky.
The chefs claim they couldn't even figure out who came up with each idea by prep time.
The two will risk jail by committing an "uni abalone felony".
The next controversial food making news in the Chinese-American diet could be these disease-spreading amphibians.
If you can finish Brats Brothers' monster creation, you get your picture on the wall. Mom would be so proud!
While tacos were in abundance, the tequila ran dry.