L.A. restaurants, both real and pretend, figure prominently in the series.
Restaurants like Taco Bell and KFC are lobbying to be able to accept food stamps. Good luck.
The 'Top Chef Just Desserts' host thinks the city has one of the best food scenes in the U.S.
Between animal rights activists, a reluctant owner, and a drinking game, tonight's final episode could get messy!
The TLC show has created a fever for clipping coupons, leaving some store shelves ravaged.
Your entree into the glamorous world of television begins at The Burbank Airport Marriott.
After its exaggerations about black label beef fall flat, the restaurant enlists the help of Kitchen Nightmares.
The chef will cook a few of the dishes from his appearance on Food Network's toque-torturing new show.
It's basically another road trip show, but perhaps with a sicker sense of humor.
After 20 years, Heston Blumenthal is now dating Suzanne Pirret, an American woman branded as "saucy" in The Telegraph.
The two promise to turn Gordo into a beer drinker.
Be warned: the advanced footage gets kind of gory.
This season, your judges will be joined by a Beastie Boy, Francois Payard, and quite possibly a couple of Oompa Loompas.
That is, if you believe stars' excuses in the first place.
Some predictions on which L.A. restaurants are hot (or lame) enough to make it into Entourage this year.
After a three-year forced closure, the California species is again being fished for.
The international heavyweight organization works to stabilize world food prices.
The Jersey Shore star gets into the footwear business.
The actor may have flubbed his lines when he claims the cast of his new show "bought Kogi."
Concerned that its latest commercial encourages eating disorders, activists force the yogurt giant's hand.