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L.A. Chefs Struggle To Replace Sex With Food
Wolfgang Puck knows better than to step into the trap.
Foodies With Benefits
Karen Hatfield Organizes Six-Chef ‘Pink Apron’ Dinner, Monday at Hatfield’s
Proceeds of the dinner, which features Mary Sue Milliken, Sherry Yard, and Suzanne Tracht, go to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
Introducing Chef Dakota Weiss: Downtown Restaurant Critic
The chef details her love for Downtown with a look at Cole’s and Spice Table.
Westwood’s W Hotel Has a New Lamb Burger…For Your Dog
It sounds so gourmet, we’d even eat the stuff!
Laurent Quenioux to Compete on
Top Chef: Texas
At 51, the Frenchman might be the oldest cheftestant ever, but can still probably teach the young chefs some new tricks.
A Look at Dakota Weiss’ New Menu at NineThirty
The restaurant at The W Hotel scored a major coup bringing this French-trained farmer’s market devotee on-board.
Post-Marathon Madness at Shangri-LA; Green Beer and Free Shakes at The Counter
In other news, Dakota Weiss starts cooking at The W Westwood and Olio PIzzeria is back in business.
Dakota Weiss Shanghaied from Shangri-LA
Sounds like a major coup for The W Hotel Westwood.
What To Eat From Shangri-La’s Three New Menus
Seven sliders and seven-dollar gimlets take over in the wee hours.
The Other Critics
Gold Gobbles Offal at Waterloo; Shangri-La Surprises Sherry
A pork chop doused in blood pudding rocks the L.A. Weekly, while L.A. Times review of a “good” hotel dining room makes us yawn.
House of Balsamic Building An Academy in Irvine
Owner Manrico Mincuzzi is on a mini-tour of the city promoting the vinegar’s culinary and artistic uses.