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Now there's an eleven year-old food blogger making a splash in the headlines.
Will White Girl Salsa, pre-natal Gatorade, and bee-less honey become the trends of the future?
His new venture comes on the heels of other chef-driven, plant-based concepts opening that also serve cocktails.
Several cities are overturning bans on domesticated poultry.
The trend is just now making its way to L.A. from New York and Chicago and saves drinkers the fussy prep act.
We're getting dangerously close to someone sticking a wooden spoon in their infant's hand and calling it a pop-up.
Forbidden ingredients, restaurants returning from the grave, and a major critical shakeup. Some trends and go, but these developments are more than likely here to stay.
If you can't pay $500 a year in dues, you can always wait for the actresses' ping pong movie (yes, seriously).
Even Orange County exhausted this one before the L.A. Times got to it.
The chain struggles to overcome its old-fashioned image by embracing farm-to-table cooking and grill master chefs.
Frog Frozen Yogurt sports a gnarly mural from Restitution Press.
A second suspect was arrested in yet another crime against taco town.
S. Irene Virbila ponders the nature of trends.
Diners flock to Studio City to part ways with a legendary sushi stand-out.
Young folks are more likely to binge at home than at school.
Gordo will open a new concept inside of Sin City's Paris Hotel.
Mario Batali and black garlic inspires Culina's Vic Casanova, moms are blamed for their fat kids, look for more online food startups, and more in our daily news roundup.
San Diego Owner Fined for Hiring Undocumented Workers; Brian Malarkey Opening Gingham on New Year's Eve
Michel Malecot, of The French Gourmet, must pay $396,575 and serve five years probation after his conviction.
Quinoa salad struggles to compete with Flamin' Hot Cheetoes for the hearts and minds of schoolkids.