You can't replace the feeling of lounging on the couch with a scrunched-up newspaper. But with the web, at least you don't need to worry about getting ink on your hands and bagel. Here's a roundup of some food-related stories from our country's newspapers this week. Lucky for us, it's mostly free. F ... More >>
Though it may be more anecdotal than anything else, there is a popular theory that during South Korea's recession in the mid-to-late 2000's the country's young unemployed masses became especially enamored with a dish called buldak, or "fire chicken," a sauce-covered stir fry that was prepared so hot ... More >>
Conveniently in time for this weekend's New Year's Eve festivities, the FDA has finally approved a hangover cure: a pill called Blowfish. Designed by Brenna Haysom, a Manhattan-based Harvard Business School grad, and developed by Rally Labs LLC, the pill is a combination of aspirin and caffeine and ... More >>
Located a few blocks past LACMA, just off Wilshire, Yuko Kitchen does a brisk lunch business slinging burrito-sized sushi rolls and massive salads with a Japanese bent. The servers are friendly and fashionable. On a recent visit, ours was wearing a giant stiff-brimmed black Yankee's hat a ... More >>
Anne FishbeinLou Amdur, of LOU: A Wine BarIn part one of our conversation with Lou Amdur, owner of Lou: A Wine Bar, we asked him for suggestions about what to drink on New Year's Eve, and he sang the praises of yeasty proseccos and fizzy red lambruscos (especially the ones made by third gener ... More >>
Green tea pie and lots of jelly
Danava: Too much, and then... more!
Great ice cream is pretty common in the Los Angeles area.
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