The chain's elite Dancing McCrew is going to teach you extreme hand-washing and several things you should probably never do around a deep-fryer.
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Ikemen Ramen is opening a branch at Yokohama's Ramen Museum.
Finally, the island nation addresses L.A.'s cos-play cafe deficit.
Samples of tuna found off San Diego reveal celsium levels ten times of what is typical and traceable back to Japan's leaking nuclear reactors.
Are U.S. chefs and food writers fooling their clientele and themselves with so many knockoffs?
New laws are taking effect that would allow almost anybody to slice and serve the poisonous delicacy.
The industry has been hit hard by last year's disaster.
Higher minimum wage in San Francisco could mean fewer restaurant jobs, Wendy's is big in Japan, and more in our daily news feed.
Wine writer Jay Miller resigns after news leaks that he accepted money for appearances.
According to Howard Buffett, a new approach to farms in Africa is needed.
The New York critic will leave his post for a major promotion.
But they're not telling everybody in case it makes their food sound bland.
The San Diego brewery unites with Japan's Baird Brewing Co. and Guam's Ishii Brewing Co. on an interesting new pale ale that benefits Japan.
Faced with impending doom, two L.A. chefs are smart enough to shout out the loves of their lives.
Proceeds go to Japan earthquake and Southern U.S. storm relief.
So far, chocolate maker Jonathan Graham has donated over 5,000 boxes of chocolate nuts to the island nation's shelters.
Eldon Davis, the architect who gave L.A. the first Norm's, plus Pann's and Johnnie's, has died at 94 in West Hills.
The temporary club is being called the hottest night in Hollywood.
The Southern California Mobile Food Vendors Association is fighting a ban on food trucks.
Now that's a costly bottle of cognac!