In which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad.
- “Hard to believe it was only five weeks ago I tweeted: Why doesn't someone start a pancake truck? ” Eating L.A.'s Pat Saperstein on her wish come true.
- “Really, we have to rethink USDA.” Marion Nestle finds hope that the department is catching on.
- “Have you become a pig? You bet.” Jonathan Gold on Koreatown's Don Dae Gam.
- “No valet parking; no dragging friends who'd rather be home eating cereal to some of LA's finest.” FoodGPS Sponsors Progressive Dinners: Walk to your Food.
- “Who needs liquid nitrogen when you've got Krispy Kreme.” What Chefs Really Eat: Krispy Kreme at The Bazaar.
- “Well, there are so many types of bloggers.” Meet your Food Blogger: Bill Esparza of Street Gourmet LA.
- “Halfway through the mountainous heap, it still looks like it could be a whole serving” Top 10: Fave French Fries in Los Angeles.
- “At home, just add a bit of parsley at the end.” The Bazaar's Gambas Al Ajillo: An Easy-to-Make Tapas Recipe.
- “Japanese-made Italian food, much like Japanese-made Japanese food, is much better in Torrance than it is most everywhere else in L.A.” Squid Ink Food Fight: Spaghetti and Tomato Sauce, Made In Japan.
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