Jean Trinh is a food and entertainment writer, whose work has appeared in VICE, Thrillist, GOOD, Los Angeles Magazine, LA Weekly, and The Daily Beast. Previously, she was the Deputy Editor at LAist, and once landed the prestigious role as a judge for a bacon festival cook-off.
15 days ago | Italian Cuisine
Spartina's chef isn't afraid to make non-traditional Italian pastas, like a spaghettini accompanied by Chinese fermented black beans and Manila clams.
27 days ago | L.A. Restaurants
It's the appetizer we didn't know we wanted, but now realize we needed.
1 month ago | L.A. Restaurants
When a chef cooks food from another culture, how should they sensitively approach the cuisine?
Up-and-coming chefs are finding creative ways to break into the food scene like having residencies at other established restaurants.
Take-out windows certainly aren't anything new, but over the last few years they've blown up in L.A. as quickly as the food truck movement previously did: a new generation of chefs have followed in similar, low-overhead footsteps by offe...
The problem with brunch is that there are too many tempting options and not enough room in our bellies. Enter Fritzi's new Scandinavian-style brunch, the kind that allows diners to mix and match a handful of dishes. It's like getting a c...