The Animal chef-owner knows that L.A. is more into junk food than the rest of the world may suspect.
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The actress and chef welcomed a baby girl into the world on Saturday.
The chef will prepare a five-course dinner with Cali wines.
Along the way, we learn that CAA's agents abandoned Craft when Tom Colicchio signed to a different office.
The Animal chef would rather be at Dino's, even if he doesn't want to know where the chicken is sourced.
The couple's keeping the gender a surprise.
It's like the Lollapalooza of L.A. Chefs.
The L.A. Weekly critic calls Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo L.A.'s most successful Southern-influenced chefs.
Is sushi not seafood? Leisure+Travel doesn't think so.
"I stopped at Chick-fil-A. Yeah, controversial, I know. When I'm traveling, I crave things I don't normally eat."
Makes clear he still doesn't "support the anti-gay marriage thing."
The chef proposed while on vacation in July with his girlfriend of two years.
Lunasia offers the Chinese breakfast marvels until 8:30 P.M.
Miles Thompson brings his pop-up out of the apartment in anticipation of his own restaurant.
David LeFevre tells the magazine about his favorite places to eat, drink, and shop in L.A.
"I am French. Foie gras is a God given right, so I will fight for my right to foie," Lefebvre says of what could be his final night working with the delicacy in L.A.
"I'm not a hater, I eat SPAM."
The James Beard nominee updates the classic bistro dish raie au beurre noir.
The fresh and fruity drinks include a daquiri made with Indonesian arrack.
After multiple criticisms from chefs, the paper will revel in the nuances of the writer rather than reduce them to simple rankings.