L.A. Son replaces the more incomprehensible title Spaghetti Junction: Riding Shotgun with an L.A. Chef.
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The chef gives his recipes for Southeast Asian rib-eye and kaffir lime custard.
The project collects 83 recipes from the chef's world travels.
Local and national culinary stars on stage at the country's largest lit fest.
When his pal goes too far protesting that New York publishers hate L.A. chefs, the editor simply adds up the titles on his shelf.
Reader Alex Labbett takes the prize with his detailed breakdown of his love for hot Italians.
The book details the global spread of wieners, with recipes.
Chef Josiah Citrin is releasing his first book of recipes.
Duff Goldman and Thomas Keller are sharing the same stage, but fortunately not at the same time.
Hallelujah, Let's Eat strives to show the diversity of its Torrance flock with over 400 international recipes.
The event at Lucques celebrates Hamilton's new book Blood, Bones, and Butter with a preparation of its titular ingredients.
Petrossian offers a three-course dinner with a book signing.
A techno wizard helps finish the book "Gristle," while India prepares food as a weapon.
Eat: L.A. ensures a safe haven for a popular food truck.
Fabio Viviani will sign his book this weekend.
Eat Los Angeles unleashes its second edition on the city.
Chef Thomas Keller is signing a free copy of his new book for one Grub Street reader.
Two local beer experts collaborate on a craft brew bible.
Outdoor smoking may be banned in L.A., while a fake Colonel Sanders pulls a high-profile stunt.
A new cookbook, restaurant, and bar, to start.