The L.A. Weekly critic also goes whole-hog at Mozza.
The pregnant singer has a craving for spuds during fashion week.
"I eat the food that I'm making. I totally eat it. There's no better way of knowing if the food tastes good."
The L.A. Times critic goes high-end while scoping out the city's best golden bird.
The "I'm In" campaign seeks to promote new changes to school lunches.
Could the Shore Hotel's restaurant be coming from the crew at Blue Plate?
We also spoke with a few of our favorite seasonal chefs to see what they can't wait for this fall.
Though it's missing the menu, the chef breaks down the omakase component and introduces his team.
The Top Chef victor sprang surprise news that he's opening a sandwich shop...tomorrow!
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.
The acclaimed chef is auctioning off an elaborate preview dinner for eight at this weekend's Taste of The Nation.
The tentative title is a mashup of their two restaurant names: 'Volt Ink.'
The L.A. Times and Food & Wine, rivals only last summer, are now a team for a new series of events called The Taste.
Some of 2011's most anticipated projects will see their debut at the anti-hunger fund-raiser.
The event is now the hottest ticket since Prince was in town.
The trend is hardly new (and the dish that spawned it dates back to the late 70s in France), but the edible dirt thing is everywhere now.
The L.A. chefs recount the years toiling away as teenage cooks.
Krissy Lefebvre stands up for Chef Ludo, so we'll take the case of the Brothers Voltaggio.
Meanwhile, eat the burger chain's newest menu item at your own risk.
The city councilman stresses that another burger chain is the last thing his constituents need.