Nancy Silverton

Mozza restaurants

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Chef and co-owner of the Mozza restaurants, and founder of La Brea Bakerywinner of the James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Chef

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Service industry and gig economy workers are getting hit hard by the fallout from COVID-19. For Uber and Lyft drivers, business has dried up.

Uber driver stays afloat amid coronavirus, chef’s program helps laid-off restaurant workers

Service industry and gig economy workers are getting hit hard by the fallout from COVID-19. For Uber and Lyft drivers, business has dried up.

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LA’s Nancy Silverton won the culinary world’s highest honor this week: the James Beard “Outstanding Chef” award. It had been 16 years since an Angeleno won that accolade.

A Conversation with Chef Nancy Silverton, James Beard Winner

LA’s Nancy Silverton won the culinary world’s highest honor this week: the James Beard “Outstanding Chef” award. It had been 16 years since an Angeleno won that accolade.

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In the interests of food safety, the state legislature has unanimously passed a law requiring cooks -- including the finest chefs -- to use disposable gloves whenever they touch…

Will New Food Safety Rules Take the Artistry Out of Cooking?

In the interests of food safety, the state legislature has unanimously passed a law requiring cooks -- including the finest chefs -- to use disposable gloves whenever they touch…

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