This year, the favored fruit supplier will hold two days of its sell-out food event.
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Bob Cobb's invention is credited as a "great microcosm of L.A. history"
Chef-owner Dean James Max is making modern coastal California with an abundance of local product.
One of the two Salt's Cure chefs regrets that, "It’s really too bad that our vision could not be executed within the confines of the current business arrangement."
The KISS stars will wait on wounded warriors and veterans in Torrance.
The edible arrangement of vegetables and herbs was planted by one of the cafe's own customers.
Ellie isn't hitting the plate, just producing milk for the in-house cheese program.
Several cities are overturning bans on domesticated poultry.
The former Churchill chef's dream project hinges on a wood-burning oven, handmade pastas and salumi, and closely held sources for local uni, abalone, and organic meats.
The supoer-seasonal restaurants stems from chef Whitney Flood's Bon Melange Catering.
Farm-raised produce and hand-crafted products for Downtowners who seethe green with Whole Foods envy.
Hollywood's whole animal butcher shop helps kick off the new Tastemakers web-series.
The event pairs Southern California farms with some of L.A.'s best market-driven chefs.
The snug restaurant goes heavy on meat-free dishes and adheres to sustainable practices.
From Niki Nakayama's organic Japanese garden to John Sedlar's rooftop of aeroponic towers, these chefs deserve appluase for their extra efforts in bringing freshly plucked produce to our plates.
Amy Sweeney's esteemed farm-to-fork restaurant is now available to art lovers and office drones in Westwood.
The chef will offer samples and a soup using heirloom melons grown from Baker Creek's seeds.
Chef de cuisine Charles Olalia is making Downtown's famous "last bastion of fine-dining" more accessible while highlighting the season and the region.
The West Hollywood chefs say they are suffering from "Noma withdrawal."
Every Wednesday evening, the Produce Project is bringing the coveted wares of SaMo vendors to Downtown residents.