See the threats, exposed identities, accusations, and ejections fly.
Damon Gambuto is forced to use his fork and knife to eat the thing.
The two L.A. Times critics travel to Austria and Shanghai via two new restaurants.
While enjoying the carne de chango, the critic isn't so sure about the cochinita pibil.
But has trouble tasting the devil's weed in nearly everything.
The travel Section traces Steve Samson and Zach Pollack's path from Grace to Pico.
Two senior critics spar over overpriced Beverly Hills Italian.
J. Gold suggests getting there now before Adam Fleischman's pizza project becomes as ubiquitous as Starbucks.
The critic makes a judgement call on whether eating food with a face is appropriate dinner conversation.
The two L.A. Times critics tackle two restaurants that share a similar penchant for hyper-seasonal produce and sustainable meats.
Jonathan Gold retains his famous column while declaring Jenee Kim's newest restaurant a contender as "the first modern Korean restaurant in Los Angeles."
S. Irene Virbila ponders the nature of trends.
Along the way, he allows us the right to enjoy our own version of bastardized Mexican food.
The critic appraises L.A.'s shifting chef scene in his first piece since rejoining the Times.
A new day has dawned at The L.A. Times, but it may be hard to tell given the ground our critics retread.
After multiple criticisms from chefs, the paper will revel in the nuances of the writer rather than reduce them to simple rankings.
The critic pens a swan song for L.A. Weekly on the city's densest, arguably greatest dining district.
Sherry sees a future in the spread of the Parisian bistronomics movement in L.A.
The loss of another foodie ace-in-the-hole leaves more giant shoes to be filled for Village Voice Media.
All eyes on Zankou as the writer crowns a new kebab and shawarma champ.