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  • Nawab of India: Curry With My Grandfather

    My grandfather grew okra for me. He tended the bushes carefully, harvesting and freezing it so he’d have some when I came to Texas to visit. I’d walk out to the back porch, move the cases of Coke bottles off the deep freeze onto the painted cement floor. Lifting open the freezer, I’d marvel at the bags of f...

  • “STEAK (R)EVOLUTION” Film Leaves Out America’s Finest

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Acclaimed French director-producer Franck Ribiere, who turns out to also be a dedicated carnivore,  takes us on an international search for the best and healthiest steak in the world in the documentary STEAK (R)EVOLUTION.  It plays exclusively for a one-week engagement at Landmark’s Nuart Theatre, startin...

  • The International Event of the Year – LA style

    Just when food events tend to feel jaded, and as an event producer myself who lived through the excitement of the first ones in Los Angeles,  an eye-opening, stunning singular event comes to town that inspires and captures the imagination. Diner en Blanc is such an event. Once again, on Thursday, August 27th, an elegant [&helli...

  • Magnolia House’s “Cool” Hot Summer Cocktails

    Pasadena weather is always 10-15 degrees hotter than Los Angeles – this summer add “hotter” cool cocktails to the description. The little bungalow bar, Magnolia House, has already earned a reputation for being tranquil and cozy with unique small plates and craft cocktails.   Now brand new Bar Manager, Brian Klemm’s “...

  • Angelenos “Live & Dine” 2015

    Of the multitude of weekly food events that take place in Los Angeles, Angeleno magazine’s Live & Dine LA remains among the top five of the year, setting a high bar and always flying over it.  The event takes place this year on September 20 at the Miramar hotel. Last year it lived up to its […]...

  • Chipotle’s New “Friend or Faux” Game

    Wonder what you’re eating at a fast food or fast service when you order? Chipotle Mexican Grill answers that question with “Friend or Faux” – an integrated-marketing campaign and interactive digital experience that invites consumers to learn about the differences between Chipotle’s ingredien...

  • Mid-East Falafal Stars in All-American Corn Soup at Upper West

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Kale may be the current reigning king of home and restaurant menus, but corn remains the star of the show at Upper West Restaurant. A steady parade of waiters march out of the upscale tavern’s kitchen with what has become a signature item. Diners rave about it as “straightforward and honest,” but as [&h...

  • Who is Alain Cohen and Why he offers Kosher – with no apologies

        (Gerry Furth-Sides) Chef-owner Alain Cohen  understands that most people think of kosher food as bland and without imagination – that’s because they’re eating the Eastern European version.  Alain: I consider my treasured Tunisian recipes  as a reflection of my passion for delicious food that...

  • French-Tunisian Chef Re-invents “The” Burger

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Paleo is the newest “buzz word” in the world of nutrition these days, and at Got Kosher? Restaurant and Bakery, Paleo dishes have the added health factor of being Kosher. And for those, like non-vegetarians who love veggies and fruits anyway, this is  enticing food even when you take away the label, R...

  • French-Tunisian Fire in the Belly Cuisine

    Tunisia may share a Southern Mediterranean shoreline and continental roots with Algeria and Morocco, but I’ve always been impressed and delighted that its cuisine is as distinguished, even from the most similar and familiar, Moroccan, as Vietnamese is from Chinese. You may recognize the name, Tunisia, from recent world ne...

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