A hungry reader responds to the critic's examination of anonymity with a story that finds him chatting with a chef and keeping the food delayed.
"#10: Useless restaurant websites. I can’t believe I have to go over the basics, but here goes: no flash intro (thanks for wasting my time for 20 seconds, can I just get the information I’m looking for?); hell, no flash...
The 'Post' critic would like us all to stop talking about "the stomping ground of subsidized slackers," please.
"In what crazy pants world is “no lard” a selling point?" asks Midtown Lunch.
The Times is the latest to publish an anti-foodie screed.
Should a chef avoid these "giant, self-congratulatory parties"?
This most recent egg recall and major salmonella outbreak is linked to the same egg producer arguably responsible for the nation's first outbreaks thirty years ago.
Midtown Lunch looks at seven things to hate about eating lunch in L.A.
A long list of new restaurants and classics are omitted as the Gray Lady "discovers" Downtown destination dining.
Michael Pollan is probably right; $8 for untainted, local eggs doesn't sound so bad right now.
You may have become such a food smarty pants that no one will ever want to cook for you again.
The Oakland pizza chef wants to make love to you, through pizza.
Consider it a counterpoint to Amanda Cohen contemplating industry sexism.
Dos Caminos' chef feels she was misunderstood.
Five years at UCLA showed Dos Caminos' chef the limits of L.A.'s Mexican cuisine.
Bad jokes about pregnant murder victims are out-of-touch given a recent neighborhood tragedy.
The Jewish Journal editor faces the backlash to his recent op-ed.
The 'Post' critic rants against the "casualization" of fine-dining restaurants.
An outtake from last night's episode of 'No Reservations.'