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Kris Morningstar

  1. Grub Guide
    Eight L.A. Restaurants That Grow Their OwnFrom 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.
  2. Let Them Eat Foie
    What You Missed at The Wilshire’s ‘Foie Festival’Protestors refusing cookies from the kitchen, Mark Peel eulogizing a still-living Paul Bocuse, a 13-year-old chef, and over six courses of duck liver.
  3. Let Them Eat Foie
    Animal Rights Group Won’t Allow L.A. To Enjoy Foie Gras Quietly While It LastsFollowing protests at Melisse last night, Wilshire will be next to host a multi-chef benefit dinner for C.H.E.F.S.
  4. Happy Birthday!
    Spice Table and Ray’s Both Celebrating First Birthdays Next WeekBryant Ng will revisit his foie gras satay and Kris Morningstar will make chorizo-stuffed chilies.
  5. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Test Kitchen Returns With Five Chefs in One Night at Short OrderA one-night-only affair sees the return of 2010’s biggest rotating pop-up.
  6. Foodievents
    Ray’s Pairs New World Menu With LACMA’s ‘Contested Visions’ ExhibitKris Morningstar plans a four-course menu full of cocoa, purple corn, masa, and chilies.
  7. Foodies With Benefits
    John Sedlar, Kris Morningstar, Samson, and Pollack to Cook Together Over TheThe chefs, all recently lauded by Esquire will collaborate on three different menus on three consecutive Mondays.
  8. Morningstar Musings
    Morningstar Would Make Ray Stark ProudEven if he doesn’t come up with a good take on oatmeal!
  9. The Other Critics
    Gold Meets The Noodle Guy; Merrill Shindler Chooses Chun ChonThe L.A. Weekly critic also takes a first bite at Ray’s and declares Morningstar the current market menu master.
  10. Deals
    Ray’s Introduces Ten-Dollar Dish MondaysA two-week offer finds Kris Morningstar signatures and new creations at a nicer price on Mondays.
  11. Slideshow
    First Look at Ray’s and Stark Bar, Open Next FridayIt’s nice to see whimsical chef Kris Morningstar back in the kitchen with creations like burger benedict and corned beef tongue.
  12. Chef Shuffles
    Patina Names Kris Morningstar Exec Chef at Ray’s and Stark’sThe chef is preparing a menu with Joachim Splichal.
  13. Oh Sherry
    How the Food World Feels About S. Irene Virbila’s Outing“No one deserves to be treated like that. Restaurants should affirm our humanity, not deny it,” tweets chef Daniel Patterson.
  14. Menus
    A Look at District’s New MenuEven vegetarians have a huge selection at this former ode to offal.
  15. Chef Shuffles
    Kris Morningstar Leaves District and Mercantile, Plus Two Ideas For His Next GigThe chef’s right-hand man, Kevin Napier, will take over the kitchens at George Abou-Daoud’s co-joined Hollywood Blvd. restaurants.
  16. Closings
    Gone Is The Glow Of Blue Velvet In DowntownThough some residents complained, it’s hard to imagine they’ll see the likes of Kris Morningstar anytime soon.
  17. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Taste of Beverly HillsFour days of chef sightings, cooking demos, and wine and cuisine appreciation left a nice taste in the mouths of 90210 residents and guests.
  18. The Other Critics
    Virbila Deems District Gutsy And Delicious; Chego Kicks Los Angeles InThe L.A. Times warms to pig’s heart confit while Roy Choi’s second coming is as successful as his first, according to Los Angeles.
  19. The Other Critics
    S. Irene Virbila and Mick Jagger Get Satisfaction at Ammo; Gold Gets You BoozyDaniel Mattern is keeping Ammo on target and Mariscos Chente has the best Mex in Lennox, and beer too.
  20. Slideshow
    A Look at District, Open Wednesday in HollywoodGeorge Abou-Daoud opens his rustic restaurant attachment to Mercantile.
  21. Openings
    The Mercantile Opens Next Monday, Previews ThursdayIt’s finally time to see George Abou-Daoud’s new place.
  22. Interview
    George Abou-Daoud Tells Us About The Mercantile, Open Soon in Hollywood