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  • The Best, Biggest Día de Los Muertos at Hollywood Forever, October 28th, 2017:

    Día de Los Muertos, Saturday, October 28th, 2017, NOON until MIDNIGHT at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, this year features vendors from all over Los Angeles, offering Mexican flavors with a wide variety of styles and twists.  just a few of the culinary vendors can be found below.  For a view of details and the spectacular...

  • La Feria de los Moles, October 1 in DTLA, Biggest in the U.S.

    Celebrating its 10th Year Anniversary, ‘La Feria de Los Moles’ (Mole Fair) combines a decade of flavor, culture and tradition on Sunday, October 1, 2017 at its brand new larger locations, Grand Park,  in downtown Los Angeles. This ambitious event features for the first time  a special presentation demonstrating the origin ...

  • 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....

  • Party-Perfect Whole-Pig Roast at The Marina del Rey Hotel

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Let’s go straight to the grill poolside to tell the store of the “Aloha to Summer” event created by the SALT Restaurant  at The Marina Del Rey Hotel, (http://www.marinadelreyhotel.com).  The festive “authentic Hawaiian” spirit made this event as extraordinary as “an isla...

  • Popular LA Book Author-Celebrity Chef Jet Tila to Appear at LUCKYRICE, July 28

      Jet Tila, celebrity chef, judge on Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen,” and author of the new 101 Asian Dishes You Need to Cook Before You Die joins the 20+  participants at this year’s Los Angeles LUCKYRICE Feast.  (Above)  The parties started this month.  Here Jet has a bit of fun with fr...

  • New Global-Inspired Dishes at Inspired SOCA in Sherman Oaks

    Chef-owner Aron Robbins’ new global-inspired lunch program ($14-25) arrives just in time for summer in his spiffy new steak and seafood destination, SOCA  in Sherman Oaks.  It is as contemporary, as it is timeless.   Chef Robbins and his staff capture the tastes of  South America and Southeast Asia accented by Fr...

  • Wondrous New Wines from Ancient Valpolicella Terroirs

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Icy glaciers, serene cloudless skies and a sense of the deep find their way into the  wondrous new wines from the ancient regions of Valpolicella and Lugana  in northern Italy.   A cavernous, shadowy urban hall was the scene of a recent wine tasting in Los Angeles.  But the wines carried guests away to...

  • New Brunch & Bar Menus at Mediterranean -Style Ysabel Restaurant

      (Gerry Furth-Sides) Ysabel Restaurant is so dazzling  — inviting straightforward American cuisine, unparalleled craft cocktails and extraordinary service set into a private space that takes the best of classic Mediterranean and overlays a spiffy West Hollywood tone to it –that on on a sunny spring Sat...

  • New Bru’s Wiffle’s Off-the-Menu Turkish Pizza

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Bru’s Wiffle  in Beverly Hills takes on a slightly ethnic riff on the casual  “Waffle Joint.”  Under the direction of the chef who created it, Ebru Fidan Caplan, al dishes are made from scratch, using only the freshest and finest ingredients. Popular menu items include the always fres...

  • “Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent” Downplays a Deserving STAR

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) “Star” chef, Jeremiah Tower, the subject of Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent in every way deserves this film tribute, although in a much more fair depiction. The film was named after the chef’s own hero, Lucius Beebe, described as “The Last Magnifico” in James Villas’ Gourmet ...

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