They taste like a combination of Brussels sprouts and kale and look like something Dr. Seuss would dream up — so why aren't they on every menu in town?
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David Nayfeld will also cook a collaborative dinner with Michael Voltaggio on June 4.
Of course, the Top Chef champ is hardly new.
Danny Bowien, Alex Stupak, and Michael Voltaggio are all on the list.
Also, it looks like Jamie Malone of Sea Change in Minneapolis in there too.
Baco Mercat's chef and owner admits tonight's famously about gouging diners.
Chef David Feau won't hang around while the concept changes to an American steakhouse.
See The Menu For Ink's James Beard Dinner, With Help From Nancy Silverton, Jon Shook, and Jordon Kahn
There are still 20 to 30 seats available for the seven-course super-chef collaboration.
It's like the Lollapalooza of L.A. Chefs.
The chef takes Cole Dickinson and David Gelb foraging for wild plants.
Yep, he once went to a New Kids on the Block concert.
When an event is organized by a chef like Goin, you can expect the best, and as always, her benefit delivered.
"I stopped at Chick-fil-A. Yeah, controversial, I know. When I'm traveling, I crave things I don't normally eat."
Grab a sneak peek at the auction items coming to this Saturday's L.A. Loves Alex's Lemonade.
The royal rebel had his pants on, but that doesn't stop one local blog from imaging another scenario with help from Photoshop.
The chefs will cook this Wednesday at Diego Hernandez's Valle de Guadalupe restaurant.
The chef plays himself, shocking the show's star at an A-list party.
With the purchase of any other sandwich, as Michael Voltaggio's place celebrates one year.
L.A.'s new critic calls Michael Voltaggio's first restaurant "Pure Hollywood," with pretty dishes that don't always taste spectacular.
The chef will be the artist in residence for a talk with Evan Kleiman at a screening of Dinner Rush.