The city's oldest food event found legends serving aside the hottest new restaurants.
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The beloved Baja taco maker is gone until further notice.
From Niki Nakayama's organic Japanese garden to John Sedlar's rooftop of aeroponic towers, these chefs deserve appluase for their extra efforts in bringing freshly plucked produce to our plates.
Ray's is renamed.
Bryant Ng will revisit his foie gras satay and Kris Morningstar will make chorizo-stuffed chilies.
A one-night-only affair sees the return of 2010's biggest rotating pop-up.
Kris Morningstar plans a four-course menu full of cocoa, purple corn, masa, and chilies.
They're different pizza places, despite the very similar names.
"What's awesome is that two out of six are chefs, but we're taking these ordinary ingredients and plating them. And then we all sat around and watched Top Chef, and they all laughed at me."
The chefs, all recently lauded by Esquire will collaborate on three different menus on three consecutive Mondays.
"I try to damage any healthy consumption with either tobacco or sugar."
Plus: Stop by No. 7 in Fort Greene for $5 Carolina-inspired sandwiches made by the Fat Beagle.
The nutritional supplements are found to be potentially damaging in older women who are not nutrient deficient.
Not that this will stop all the other Ray's from fighting.
The L.A. Times boosts the new Patina restaurant at LACMA, while The L.A. Weekly eulogizes a dearly departed force.
Even if he doesn't come up with a good take on oatmeal!
The L.A. Weekly critic also takes a first bite at Ray's and declares Morningstar the current market menu master.
A two-week offer finds Kris Morningstar signatures and new creations at a nicer price on Mondays.
The great Laker entertained two companions over the catch-of-the-day while Ron Burgundy dropped in on Kris Morningstar at LACMA.
It's nice to see whimsical chef Kris Morningstar back in the kitchen with creations like burger benedict and corned beef tongue.