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  • Sor Tino Swings the Pendulum Back to Authentic Italian

    (Darien Morea, Intro and photos by Gerry Furth-Sides). Even with its wide front veranda lush with greenery  and twinkle-lit at night,  it is easy to slide right by Sor Tino Italian Restaurant because of its borderline Brentwood residential location on Barrington off busy San Vicente. Not so for the neighborhood regulars who ha...

  • New “Malaga Foodie and Lifestyle Tour” Stars Southern Spain

    El Carligto prides itself on offering unique travel experiences celebrate the products, origins and landscapes of Andalucia.  by being in direct contact with producers, chefs and hosts that truly value their cultures here in Malaga.  Behind every travel destination are the stories, traditions, flavours and craftsmanship which...

  • Getting to Know Georgian Wines

    I”m eating humble pie today or, rather, drinking humble wine. Last year I attended a tasting of the wines of Georgia–the country, not the American state. I thought they were awful, spoiled-tasting, undrinkable. So when another tasting was announced I didn’t want to go. But at the last minute I did. And I have t...

  • Salads and Pasta in Sor Tino’s Patio

    On a sunny hot day (and we have so many of these in Los Angeles), the place to eat is the shady patio of Sor Tino in Brentwood. What you should order is a lunch salad such as grilled calamari with arugula, tomatoes, capers and a squeeze of lemon (above). It’s so fresh and light....

  • Dragon Fruit Makes a Great Drink

    In Mexico, this beautiful drink would be called agua fresca de pitahaya. But Savannah Muñoz calls it a Dragon Fruit Mocktail. Muñoz, who is a chef at Melissa’s Produce, came up with the recipe for a recent Mexican-themed presentation featuring tortillas and cooking sauces from LA Tortilla Factory. Dragon fruit grow in Ca...

  • New Fire-Roasted Churrasco Meat Boards and More at Fogo de Chão

    As if “indulgent” didn’t already describe the premium meat offerings at Brazilian steakhouse, Fogo de Chão,  the new fall season menu offers the richly marbled  bone-in Cowboy Ribeye. Bone-in meats have more “decadent flavor,” because bones help retain moisture during the cooking process; the result is ...

  • Paella Wine and Beer Fest in DTLA October 7th

    Fifty chefs from California-Baja California region and Spain will compete for the title of Best Paella in Los Angeles at the 3rd Annual Paella & Wine Festival to be held on October 7th, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at Pershing Square (532 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA) The Los Angeles Paella, Wine & […]...

  • A Whiskey-Laced Dinner at Commissary

    This hip bar at Commissary in the Line Hotel can serve whatever you want. Instead of a cocktail, I had a tasting flight of whiskeys from Cedar Ridge Distillery in Swisher, Iowa. They are, from left, bourbon, rye and a single malt whiskey. Each is based on a different grain–corn, rye or barley–yielding different taste...

  • CUISINE DEL SOL Cookbook Reflects International Special Olympics

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Celebrating 20 years of food, fun, and sport, CUISINE DEL SOL is a cookbook that combines recipes from Los Angeles’ celebrated chefs, restaurants, and food purveyors supporting Special Olympics Southern California at the annual Pier del Sol fundraiser.  The event takes place on October 8th this year....

  • Jet Tila’s Enticing First Cookbook “101 Asian Dishes You Need to Cook Before You Die”

      (Gerry Furth-Sides) Low key and genuinely as friendly as ever, Jet Tala’s personal introduction to his new cookbook,  “101 Asian Dishes You Need to Cook Before You Die”, made us feel special in the Melissa’s Produce kitchen ( https://chefjet.com/cookbook)(www.melissas.com) Jet was relaxed among frie...

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