Pastry pros like Waylynn Lucas and Providence's David Rodriguez will each bring something sweet to a savory course and something savory to their sweets.
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The former Bazaar chef is hitting the hard stuff again for the holidays.
Five of L.A.'s favorite chefs came together to cook for a group of soused Venetians with the non-profit's noble mission in mind.
The new cafe has to close for a spell, finding their baked treats are just too popular with Third Street.
Among the friends present during a ribbon-cutting and preview were surfer Laird Hamilton and family, plus an actor from Reno 911.
We also spoke with a few of our favorite seasonal chefs to see what they can't wait for this fall.
With great food and a committed sense of duty from the chefs, Taste of the Nation made for one of L.A.'s best tasting events of the year.
Rare and prized hoppy beers will dominate The South Bay starting this Thursday.
Some of 2011's most anticipated projects will see their debut at the anti-hunger fund-raiser.
The former Bazaar pastry chef has invented a new take on an old favorite.
The shuffle hardly mirrors any of the drama going down in Colicchio's New York empire.
Two prized pastry chefs appear on TV to promote fund-raising special menu items.
A truly local crowd mingled with celebrities, star chefs, and food-obsessives, only losing their appetites when The Kardashian Family was given the key to the city.
The 36th annual event will feature restaurants like Lawry's, Little Dom's, and Grill on the Alley, while a certain smoothie shop definitely won't make it.
T.V. cooking competition vets Michael Voltaggio and Iron Chef Morimoto, among other toques, will help prepare a six-course dinner while watching the show with guests.
A dinner of nothing but sweet stuff lands at BreadBar's Hatchi Series.