We're not sure this spells any kind of hope
See the new digs as well as some of the offerings.
Both of L.A.'s primary restaurant critics hit the road this week and like what they find.
"This is my first year being really into it ... I DVR each episode so that I can fast forward through Randy Jackson, J.Lo, and Steven what's-his-name."
The French Laundry chef kicks off the L.A. 'Times' new "Master Class" series by showing readers how to brine salmon.
Thomas Keller's would involve Daniel Boulud.
The founders of Pebble Beach Food & Wine are bringing a similar set-up of chefs to L.A., leading some to wonder about Wolfgang Puck's involvement.
Chefs like Guy Savoy and Joël Robuchon will team up to cook dishes that are influenced by the respected French toque.
Duff Goldman and Thomas Keller are sharing the same stage, but fortunately not at the same time.
Kind words from Thomas Keller, Eric Ripert, Charlie Palmer, and more.
Plenty of chefs use food coloring, but that could be changing.
The ceremony was attended by Daniel Boulud, Eric Ripert, and others.
If 'Modernist Cuisine' gives us anything, it's a new way to describe science-forward food.
"The palette of expression is phenomenal, and that’s the first thing you find in the garbage.”
The regular tasting menu at Benu will run you $270 including wine, the same price the Laundry just went up to.
A documentary on the Corton chef, eight years in the making.
Gillian Duffy chats with Team USA at the culinary competition in Lyon.
But he's in no hurry to open a real, live restaurant there.
The planned restaurant from Keller's lady and French Laundry vet Laura Cunningham, named Vita, is no more according to the Scoop. We heard back in October that it was postponed indefinitely, but now there's word from Cunningham herself that "Vita...
The Daily Meal releases a list that we're sure is just designed to bother us.