Evan Kleiman's taste of life, culture and the human species.
Nearly a decade ago, John and Molly Chester were evicted from their Santa Monica apartment.
LA Times restaurant critic Patricia Escárcega recently reviewed Spoon & Pork.
Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall is a Canadian journalist who traveled to 35 countries over a decade trying every hangover remedy he could find.
The star of the documentary “ Honeyland ” is Haditze, a woman living in a remote settlement in the Macedonian mountains. Her elderly mother is failing and half blind.
At various points in director Lulu Wang’s movie "The Farewell," a Chinese family is shown interacting around the dinner table.
Sure, the spartan nature of the traditional Norwegian packed lunch might seem boring to the average office worker looking forward to their midday meal.
The Black Sea is full of mystery and wonder. Bordered by countries like Turkey, Bulgaria, and the Ukraine, the inland sea sits at the nexus of Asia Minor and Europe.
On average, each American produces 133 lbs. of food waste each year while 40% of food in this country goes uneaten.
To the average diner, it can often seem like restaurateurs have only recently gotten savvy at using tools like social media to get customers in the door.
On a brisk, June morning in Silverlake, food writer Karla Vasquez stands in front of a shady backyard table, speaking to an audience of nine.
She’s hosting her third…
LA Times restaurant critic Patricia Escarcega recently reviewed La Diosa de Los Moles in Paramount.
Food Forward is a Los Angeles-based non-profit fighting the dual epidemic of food waste and hunger.
If you’ve ever made a lemon pie, you might be familiar with the tedious task of picking out seeds from clingy acidic pulp. David Karp is a pomologist, or an expert on fruit.
Humans have cultivated potatoes for centuries, but the comeback of one of the world’s oldest varieties has been causing a stir.
Persimmon fever has arrived at the Santa Monica Farmers Market!
One of the best parts of the holidays is the exchange of gifts with loved ones.
There are home cooks who heavily rely on their intuition, taking an idea behind one recipe and using it to birth another.
Charlotte Druckman is a journalist who’s documented the stories of more than 100 women working in the world of food.
The idea of a true “American cuisine” seems like a slippery idea in a country built on immigration.