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Baco Mercat's chef and owner admits tonight's famously about gouging diners.
"We haven't had turkey for many years now, but that's a long story."
After leaving Mucho Ultima after a few months, the chef comes back to a company he worked for almost 20 years ago.
Proceeds of the dinner, which features Mary Sue Milliken, Sherry Yard, and Suzanne Tracht, go to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The James Beard and Food & Wine-awarded lineup includes Matt Molina, Bryant Ng, and Ricardo Zarate.
A look into a world where Anthony Bourdain is actually Sid Vicious and Alice Waters plays Joni Mitchell.
A new day has dawned at The L.A. Times, but it may be hard to tell given the ground our critics retread.
The chef will leave no stone unturned as they veer from Indian potato bhujia and baseball steak to duck curry and sauteed halibut cheeks.
The duo's original restaurant took its influences from all over the world, so expect anything from soba to brisket to Thai salads.
You get the Susan Feniger-approved pepper shaker, we'll take the Cranhattan with anejo.
Meanwhile, we worry that The New York Times is trying to steal our Gold.
Working Together will follow two female chefs in the eighties as they try to make their name.
They're cooking a multi-course meal together for $1,000 a head.
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.
Four activities to keep you from robbing fruit from off our relatives' graves.
While Ray Romano ate Italian, L.A.'s food world heavyweights ran the private room.
The chef gets due credit for his early innovations and for staging the rare chef comeback.
The restaurant is bracing for possible change in six months, following news of a new ownership.
Sure, all these events surrounding the Top Chef Masters finale could just be promotions. But could they also be predictions?