Bulgarini and Susan Feniger's Street will appear alongside lesser known food vendors.
A young woman sues the entertainment giant for discrimination and the Dodger's number-one foodie serves Downtown's Union Rescue Mission.
Food for Lunch asks the school system to cut the crap.
MTV cameos are big business-boosters and making feasts for a new film involved physical challenges.
The award-winning sustainable chef breaks the menu down into categories for beets, carrots, potatoes, and melons.
The N.Y. Times critic likes L.A.'s hottest pop-up, while two Carson restaurant owners claim to be falsely accused.
Locavore chefs are racing to be first at the farm while the banking behemoth denies involvement.
West Hollywood will see a different side of the Top Chef host next year and a Houston rapper calls L.A.'s food "the worst."
Seasonal menus and weekly specials are coming to South Coast Plaza.
The family-centered event lasts five hours at Mariachi Plaza.
Organizers want a piece of the market's big bucks, while the discovery of E. coli in pre-packed foods makes farmed produce more appealing.
Lagasse gears up for Fresh Food Fast and a Palms restaurant honors its slain owner.
The concept involves community members and school groups, who get to enjoy the harvest.
Joseph Gillard announces his candidacy for the neighborhood council.
Urban-farmers are now offered state certification through the restaurant's Home Grower's Circle.
Fruit trees, a chicken run, and vegetables beds could find their way into a business
Chefs are commonly being confronted with backyard farmers trying to sell their goods.
The point of growing your own isn't exactly to save money.
Yassmin Sarmadi's restaurant adds freshly grown produce to its industrial stretch of Downtown.
An orange grove in Bakersfield will provide free fruit for the hungry.