The French chef learned his chops with two Michelin men in Burgundy, recently opening Peter in Tokyo.
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The three French chefs are in town to shoot Masterchef and tweet a lot.
The fifth annual edition of the fest was sold out, and, per usual, pretty drunken.
In addition to L.A. heroes and chefs we've come to know from AWFF, we were happy to see Graham Elliott, Daniel Boulud, Lydia Shire, and Hubert Keller in town for a change.
Sang Yoon's making pressed Iberico pig ears while Francois Payard is on dessert duty.
Seven events have already sold out after being available for just an hour.
Los Angeles Food & Wine is pairing celebrities with chefs.
Both of L.A.'s primary restaurant critics hit the road this week and like what they find.
The founders of Pebble Beach Food & Wine are bringing a similar set-up of chefs to L.A., leading some to wonder about Wolfgang Puck's involvement.
Michael Cimarusti explains his simple showcase of fresh Santa Barbara shellfish.
The Double Double is deemed dangerous while Neil and Phyllis Strawder are building an empire.
The Desperate Housewives star is alleged to have pushed her partners out of CityCenter while Mayor Larry Guidi faces up to three years in prison for trying to enhance his pizza over.
London chefs disagree with a French chef over infants in restaurants and Jeremy Fox denies L.A. restaurant plans.
A French dip classic is run by a new generation while an adult libation comes with vitamins.
Bears like what they find in minivans and L.A. residents have reported sightings of a woman missing following an arrest at Geoffrey's Malibu restaurant.
A cop lets Dennis Quaid loose form a potential DUI at Phillipe Chow, while California's wine grape growers are miffed about imports.