Sarah Bennett is the food editor at the L.A. Weekly and has spent nearly a decade as a freelance writer covering food, music, craft beer, arts, culture and all sorts of bizarro things that interest her for local, regional and national publications.
The Lawsuit Against Those 3% Health Care Charges, McDonald's to Serve Breakfast All Day and More: This Week in Food11 hours ago | Food News
Bothered by those 3 percent surcharges that have been showing up on your tab at some of the top restaurants around L.A.? Apparently one person was so bothered by them that they filed a class-action lawsuit that accused several places — including A...
1 day ago | Events
Ah, Labor Day. The official end of summer and another one of those patriotic holidays where we gorge on food and booze in an attempt to make America proud (or to honor workers or something). We'll be taking it easy by a grill this Monday, which wi...
3 days ago | Korean Cuisine
Are you Roy Choi obsessed? Were you stalking the pioneering fusion chef in the good old food truck glory days, when then only way to get a taste of Korean-style short rib in a tortilla was to track, via Twitter, the every move of the sole Kogi tru...
Big Fat Jerks Set Rocio's Mole de los Dioses on Fire, McWhoppers for Peace and More: This Week in Food7 days ago | Food News
"Who the hell would do such a thing?" has been the thought on everyone's minds since news came Monday morning that Rocio's Mole de los Dioses in Sun Valley was burned so badly by arsonists that it had been declared a "total loss." Rocio Camacho's ...
7 days ago | Mexican Cuisine
I remember my first taste of smut. Not the Playboy-Hustler kind, but corn smut: a plant disease in which a temperamental fungus turns regular ears of corn into bulbously deformed oblong creatures like something out of a black-and-white Cold War ho...
11 days ago | Beer
At the end of 2014, there were 431 craft breweries in California, more than any other state in the country. Around 40 of those are here in Los Angeles, and that's at least 35 more than there were five years ago. L.A. was a little late to the craft...