The work of catering chefs largely exists behind the scenes—especially where lavish dinners and high-profile fundraising events are concerned.
May. 17from Good Food
The life of LA chef Roy Choi seems ready made for TV. The Kogi founder went from a rough-and-tumble life in Koreatown to running an empire of restaurants and food trucks.
Roy Choi’s new KCET show “ Broken Bread ” highlights the work of many individuals and organizations affecting social change through food.
On June 15, noted taco expert Bill Esparza is bringing a new taco festival to the ROW DTLA , featuring a slate of nearly 50 taqueros personally curated by the man himself.
Joy in Highland Park is an offshoot of chef Vivian Ku’s successful Taiwanese cafe, Pine & Crane .
In California, it’s illegal to salvage recently dead wildlife from the side of state roads and highways. But a bill advancing through the state legislature might change that.
May. 15from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Producing enough food to feed the world’s 7 billion people is a huge stress on the earth. We get tips on how you can shop, cook, and eat without exacerbating climate change too much.
Few food TV shows have resonated like “Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat,” which launched Samin Nosrat into the stratosphere after earning rave reviews last year.
May. 10from Good Food
The holy month of Ramadan began earlier this week. After sunset, many will break their fasts with customary meals.
James Whetlor began his culinary career as a chef in London but has since turned to farming goats—which he claims is a sustainable and healthy alternative to eating beef.
LA Times restaurant critic Patricia Escarcega recently visited Fonda Mixcoac in Anaheim, where she tried a selection of Mexico City-style antojitos, including a 29-inch cheesy,…
Millennials get blamed for killing a lot of things: napkins, marriage, department stores. The raisin has been inching closer to that kill list.
May. 7from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
In Venezuela the economy has collapsed.
May. 7from Greater LA
In 2005, most citrus trees in Florida were dying or infected with the insidious citrus disease known as Huanglongbing, HLB, or citrus greening. California was spared at the time.
May. 4from Good Food
With a menu full of Oaxacan specialties and a deep bench of mezcals, Madre has been quietly winning over diners in the South Bay, not typically known as a destination for regional…
Elisa Callow takes a close look at where to eat, shop, and gather culinary inspiration on L.A.’s eastside in her book “ The Urban Forager .”
May. 3from Good Food
Los Angeles is a city of great Mexican food, but that doesn’t mean restaurant owners have always been able to call their food by its proper name.
If you’ve sat at the bar at Lucques, A.O.C. or Tavern, perhaps you’ve met Christiaan Röllich .
Gustavo Arellano is the author of “ Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America . ” In 2012, he spoke with Evan about how Mexican food made inroads into the American mainstream.
“Santa Barbara County, for being such a great place for wine and a great place to visit, has always struggled to raise the kind of funds that other wine regions have to spend on…
May. 3from The 805