Photo: Chef Ludo Lefebvre by Dustin Downing
Ludo, Shaya, heirloom grains and Smuggler's Cove
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Chef Ludo Lefebvre makes it in Los Angeles
In 1996, Chef L udo Lefebvre moved from France to LA to work at the legendary L'Orangerie. He trained at Bastide next before launching his wildly successful pop-up...
Serving duck matzo ball soup in New Orleans
On a pretty stretch of Magazine Street in New Orleans, Chef Alon Shaya is going back to his roots. Born in Tel Aviv and raised in Philadelphia, he opened Shaya in 2014....
The market report: Grains
This week at the Santa Monica Farmers Market, Laura Avery speaks to farmer Larry Kandarian about the 40 different grains and legumes he grows organically at Kandarian...
When San Francisco's tiki paradise Smuggler's Cove opened in 2009, its website didn't offer an address. Instead, a series of puzzles and games led to the proverbial "X"...