The chef is sort of tripping out a little bit on his blog.
A new selection of cocktails and smoothies will pair with morning dishes like "festival bread" with goat butter and salt cod brandade Benedict.
"I'm gonna cook the way I used to when I started. No rules. It's like a workshop."
"I don't know where you come from but in my world if Mike D steps to me, I listen" the chef explains.
The chef is engineering a student fruit store in South L.A.
The rap pioneer claims, "Roy truly amazes me with his ability to reinvent radically different cuisines."
The Spanish chef springs Iberico ham sandwiches and long lines on D.C.
The singer is part of a group that purchased Schwartz's Deli in Montreal.
Was it a date, business, or just a little flirtation between the two young stars?
The chefs claim they couldn't even figure out who came up with each idea by prep time.
The two will risk jail by committing an "uni abalone felony".
The Kogi chef clarifies, "we gonna wreck some shit..."
Young folks are more likely to binge at home than at school.
Espresso should be sipped after a meal and not its creamy counterpart.
The Top Chef villain finds the best steak and spuds on earth at The Galley.
With pronounced dashes of Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and Cuba, Roy Choi could have the most thrilling islands-influenced menu L.A. has seen in years.
It also appears Beechwood's ugly concrete barrier is being breached.
The celeb-chef learns a thing or two about L.A. from Roy Choi.
Christina Tosi will sign books at Chego and probably sling something sweet this way, too.
In addition to L.A. heroes and chefs we've come to know from AWFF, we were happy to see Graham Elliott, Daniel Boulud, Lydia Shire, and Hubert Keller in town for a change.