A strike is looming for Southern California's major grocery chains.
Backyard chickens, pigs, and honey bees took over The Helms Bakery complex for a weekend.
The chef also wants to apologize for spilling his wine on another passenger while high.
Jason Tuley of Santa Barbara's Square One is named the executive chef.
Berkshire pigs, strawberry aguas frescas, and live bluegrass will introduce foodies to L.A.'s farm-fresh country scene in the Malibu hills.
Prices have gone up and will continue to rise through the year.
A new location at Broadway and Ocean will mark the chain's 23rd branch in fall 2012.
The Arizona-headquartered franchise seeks to give Real Food Daily a run for most literal restaurant name.
Sadly, Bulgarini won't be back with their sublime gelato.
The Flatiron Truck serves a daily changing menu inspired by local ingredients, though it still can mix up a mean hybrid burrito.
The Catalan chef has a heart-attack in Singapore, while the great singer deprives herself of ham hocks and pig's feet.
The chef helps with Olympic High's edible garden.
Meanwhile, eat the burger chain's newest menu item at your own risk.
Naan and crispy salami find their way into this unique locavore Mexican restaurant now open in West L.A.
As if to emphasize the point beyond house-made ketchup, he's even calling it Local's.
Uber-sustainable chef Ray Garcia will orchestrate multiple dishes using the produce of Garcia Organic Farms, a Santa Monica Farmer's Market mainstay.
Evan Kleiman will moderate a discussion with Eric Schlosser and Michael Pollan, potentially injecting some humor into the earnest plea for better eating habits.
However, Hollywood Film School is yet to sign off.
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