On May 14, chefs like Michael Voltaggio, Ludo Lefebvre, and Doug Kean will each join with restaurants like Melisse and Animal to whip up competing foie gras dishes.
Local and national culinary stars on stage at the country's largest lit fest.
The comedian collapsed at a Texas bar shortly before his show.
The two Cali chefs both have 23% of the vote.
The actor tweets his entire meal, course-by-course, from Michael Voltaggio's Valentine's Day dinner.
A chef loses a Guy Fieri–approved keepsake in his kitchen, and he is pissed.
She also indulges in Bouchon and hits Michael Voltaggio's sandwich shop.
A 1960 sit-in at a North Carolina diner may have started an avalanche of civil rights protest.
The chef is attempting to bring the omakase experience to a wider audience.
Mr. Gold also gobbles up a not-so-authentic, but-trying-really-hard beefsteak dinner with Neal Fraser at the helm.
Monday service is added at the restaurant, while the sandwich shop is serving into later hours.
All you need is a credit card and a little foresight.
You can finally make Michael Voltaggio's pigeon pastrami at home, granted you have a smoke gun and immersion circulator at your side.
The chef will close on Sundays and Mondays.
The L.A. Weekly critic also goes whole-hog at Mozza.
The pregnant singer has a craving for spuds during fashion week.
"I eat the food that I'm making. I totally eat it. There's no better way of knowing if the food tastes good."
The L.A. Times critic goes high-end while scoping out the city's best golden bird.
The "I'm In" campaign seeks to promote new changes to school lunches.
Could the Shore Hotel's restaurant be coming from the crew at Blue Plate?