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.
17 days ago | Food News
Marketplace organizers are treading carefully on bringing on food vendors, for good reason.
24 days ago | People 2017
David Schlosser started as the chef to the U.S. ambassador to Japan and then diligently spent the next four years learning how to cook at lauded kaiseki restaurants, studying the language and poring over Japanese cookbooks. In L.A., he worked at U...
2 months ago | L.A. Restaurants
This could be the most perfect snack.
2 months ago | Brunch
Justin Foronda is cooking Filipino-inspired food for people who haven't had much of it, just like him.
4 months 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.
4 months ago | L.A. Restaurants
It's the appetizer we didn't know we wanted, but now realize we needed.