After pre-Michael Pollan Iowa cornfields and God and poetry and culinary school, Amy wound up in the vellum-and-indigo newspaper business. And thus to the blogosphere, because people still read. Don't they.
If you check the masthead at LA Weekly, you'll find that I'm the food blog editor. (I want an Irony Cloud widget.) Got a story? Let me know.
As above, so below. Mrs. Fish – a new downtown L.A. hangout from the same team that runs rooftop restaurant and bar Perch – is opening Saturday the newly remodeled basement of the same Pershing Square-adjacent building, with a vibe and food program that can potentially further change the way people eat, drink and party in the new downtown.… […]
This week's must-read food stories from around the web: The tiny hamster is back! Occasional L.A. Weekly contributor Farley Elliott has created yet another tiny hamster video, this time showing the joys of hamster Thanksgiving. Nestle is creating a drink that claims to be exercise in a bottle.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe t […]
Sorry to be all vegan activist-y, but if you eat turkey on Thanksgiving, you're an asshole. Seriously, why would anyone want to participate in what some estimate to be the slaughter of approximately 45 million birds when there are so many delicious alternatives that didn't used to be alive?… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to […]
Since earlier this year, the Monterey Park Chamber of Commerce has been hosting a slew of night markets at Barnes Park, in what was touted at the time as the Southland's first long-term, city-sponsored event of its kind. It's called the Monterey Park Night Market (or MPK Night Market) and tonight (Friday!)… [ Read more ] […]
The James Beard Foundation has continued to make inroads into the Southern California market over the years, picking up on Los Angeles’ years of producing quality culinary talent and unrivaled restaurants while doling out lifetime achievement awards to the city’s biggest chefs (read: Nancy Silverton). They’ve even begun to migrate their ongoing even […]