Everyone knows Phil Rosenthal as the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond, but what you may not know is that for one season he had his own food travel show on PBS, I'll Have What Phil's Having (soon to air on Netflix). The series followed Rosenthal as he tried the cuisine in Paris, Barcelona, Tokyo, Hong Kong and parts of Italy, as well as in his home turf of Los Angeles, with help from Ray Romano, Martin Short, Norman Lear, Paul Reiser, Allison Janney, Roy Choi and Ludo Lefebvre. Moderated by food writer Lara Rabinovitch, Ph.D., Skirball Cultural Center's Hollywood at the Table features Rosenthal and Lefebvre discussing "life in the creative and culinary spotlights." Lefebvre, chef and co-owner of restaurants Trois Mec, Petit Trois and Trois Familia, will sign his first cookbook, 2005's Crave: The Feast of the Five Senses.
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