In this rendition of LA Weekly's Venn Food Diagram, we are investigating the increasingly popular Mediterranean Spanish cuisine to compare what Angelinos think make up a Spaniard's diet versus what our flamenco-dancing friends actually eat.
While the weather might be cooling off a little, it's still too hot to ignite the oven, stove and maybe even the barbecue. But it's never too warm for a nice meal. Especially when it's served with a cold beer. The trick is to make a satisfying, colorful and appetizing dish without cranking the heat, ... More >>
Despite some last minute this-and-that, and a new storm front coming in, McCall's Meat & Fish Company will open its Los Feliz doors tomorrow morning at 10:30. The small neighborly shop sells, you guessed it, meat and fish, specifically certified Angus beef and dry-aged meat, sushi-grade fish from th ... More >>
La Española MeatsHow to feed a crowdEvery Saturday, the Spanish import shop La Española Meats serves paella for lunch on their outdoor patio. A lot of it. Juana Faraone, whose son-in-law Alex Motamedi manages the shop and the charcuterie factory attached to it, makes enough paella to feed ... More >>