Bad weather and underweight catches push the season back to next year.
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Five events in three days, designed by and for L.A. locals.
The food editor is a fan of local foods, but does most of his shopping at Trader Joe's.
Gold declares, "Sunny Spot, one suspects, may be the first of Choi's restaurants to be less a passion project than a nicely executed work-for-hire."
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.
After multiple criticisms from chefs, the paper will revel in the nuances of the writer rather than reduce them to simple rankings.
The Spanish chef springs Iberico ham sandwiches and long lines on D.C.
Food will be folded into a "lifestyle" section while the paper's finally putting up a paywall online.
Chefs are falling hard for the international staple.
The chain promises to use "fresh" foods, making us quite concerned about what they were serving before.
For some people, the cheese mold is "one of the world's greatest living surfaces."
Police in Oakland defend their actions by alleging a rat infestation.
According to Howard Buffett, a new approach to farms in Africa is needed.
While Ray Romano ate Italian, L.A.'s food world heavyweights ran the private room.
After a three-year forced closure, the California species is again being fished for.
The mammoth pizza chain is going to purchased by Golden Gate Capital.
Russ Parsons' final thoughts on the outing of LAT's S. Irene Virbila.
"No one deserves to be treated like that. Restaurants should affirm our humanity, not deny it," tweets chef Daniel Patterson.
The Naked Chef finds inspiration in East L.A., while food is split among U.S. and Russian lines in space.
DineLA's final "Quickfire" looks more like Jeopardy's "Tournament of Champions."