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  • Top 2017 Ethnic Trends are Rediscovered Classics

      (Gerry Furth-Sides) Expect trends starting in 2016 to gain momentum and be recognized nationally in 2017.   The theme: rediscovered classics that are created, marketed and branded magnificently for success.  They are: (1) anything from Japan, especially if it is sake or matcha; (2) artisanal food from Spain,   (3) m...

  • Best of the Best Spanish Artisanal Meat at La Española Meats

      (Gerry Furth-Sides) The day we visited La Española Meats in La Habra one sunshiny fall day, a special envoy delegation from Spain was visiting with a tasting of newly imported artisanal products.  This hints at the importance of the small boutique store that makes the Doña Juana brand of chorizo right in the adjoining...

  • Ooh La La: “Ladurée” French Macaron Arrives in LA and Beverly Hills

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) At the turn of this century, New York and Los Angeles bakers seized upon this confection that had earlier took Paris by storm.   This year it has arrived quietly in Los Angeles at The Grove (Original Farmers Market)in Los Angeles, complete  with more dramatically long lines  and more recently a tea r...

  • New Gourmet Gift Baskets Highlight American Historic Classic

    KingOfPop.com has taken All-American popcorn,  rigorously tested for crispness, taste, and appearance, and added the highest quality items to come up with a dazzling, festive holiday gift, including Himalayan Salt and Anise. The assortment comes in a reusable aluminum bucket.  Besides special occasions, they’re a gift ...

  • Legendary Rick Bayless’ Mexican Best at Red O, Santa Monica

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) The bar is the star at Red O in Santa Monica. Corporate Executive Chef Marc Johnson’s new winter menu at Rick Bayless’ Red O, Santa Monica focus on flavors from Central Mexico, Baja and Mexicali. It’s the flavors of Mexican  by way of food maven and Renaissance man, Rick Bayless, that dr...

  • Best American Pop Corn Holds Year-End Contest

    Gaslamp Popcorn celebrates the end of a year with a bang in a good old-fashioned American way of cheering everyone up – a contest to give away money.  Gaslamp Popcorn is looking to give one lucky winner a $1,000 and a year’s worth of popcorn This is in addition to sharing new holiday flavors of their gourmet popcor...

  • Chef Leonardo Lucarelli’s Memoir: “Mincemeat”

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) It takes a while to get into Chef Leonardo Lucarelli’s Memoir: “Mincemeat” but  Lucarelli’s passion for his calling as a chef deserves attention. However, as a reader who marks “memorable” passages with tiny post-it-like paper pieces, of the very few I have in this book, ...

  • Tonnino Tuna: The Wild Underbelly is the Best

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Tonnino Gourmet’s little glass jars even gleam in a special way to catch the light so you know there is something extraordinary in them.  This is a new kind of tuna at the table,  rich in a bath of olive oil or in clear fresh water.  At a time when there are so […]...

  • New “The Corner Restaurant” at the Water Garden in Santa Monica

      Even on a recent rainy day most of the seats in the new cafe The Corner in the Water Garden were filled with office workers from the complex- and there are 200 of them in the sprawling dining room (that took the place of Cafe Bizou).  Chef Brian Koopers Menu of warm Appetizers and pizza were a […]...

  • A BOOK OF HOW-TO TIPS FOR HOME COOKS

    Home cooking today isn’t what grandma, or maybe even mom, used to cook. Page through “Sara Moulton’s Home Cooking 101” (Oxmoor House, $35) and you’ll see the difference. How many moms of the past made ghee, or paneer cheese? Only those who lived in India, probably....

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