December 3, 2010 | 6:00pm
In which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad.
"For legal reasons, it's a dinner party." Q & A With Craig Thornton: Wolvesmouth, Thomas Keller + Cooking with Fire.
"After a few, you won't really need any dinner." The Twelve Days Of Cookies: An Italian Taralli Recipe From Evan Kleiman.
"We'll let you know when we know who's replacing him. Or if the restaurant is now morphing into something else entirely, like from a restaurant-slash-high-end-bookstore into, say, a dry-cleaners. Or maybe a department store with one of those revolving doors, since they already have one." Joe Pytka's Revolving Doors: Bastide Confirms Chef Mahon Is Out.
"Oh, and there's so much extra space that he can park his Touareg inside too." Hans Röckenwagner's Giant New Bakery: 10,000 Square Feet of Pretzels?
"If you've ever spent any time on Abbot Kinney, you'll know it's a small place. 50 food trucks -- which typically take up 2 parking spaces -- crammed onto the street is kind of like fitting 50 Roy Choi's into the proverbial VW." No Parking for Food Trucks at Venice First Fridays.
"It has even made its way to Korea, where LA galbi is regarded as a cool western innovation." 10 Things You May Not Know About Korean Food + a Recipe.
"'Will the Hollywood Chick-fil-A stay open on Sunday? Even in this land of sodium and Gomorrah, probably not." Chick-fil-A Coming to Hollywood.