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.
Like many Angelenos, Erik Sun is serious about his food and big on eating organically - though not necessarily in the same way as most people are. His meats aren't sourced from grocery stores or even local farms. His experience with food is much more visceral.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] […]
It's time to start planning your summer eating. Yes, already, because even if you've already booked your tickets to Mexico City and convinced your friends to come with you on a road trip Tijuana and Ensenada, you still have someplace to be on Saturday, June 28, when we'll be having our second annual Tacolandia. Not only is it a lot […]
Finally, a reason to get stuck in traffic on Lincoln Boulevard in Venice. Because as of Friday, April 11, you can just go to Superba Food + Bread instead, where you'll find a remarkable surfeit of riches jammed into a roughly 5,000-square-foot space that once housed an auto body shop. Superba Food + Bread is a project from Paul Hibler, who als […]
While it's true that for many of us, Easter dining can mean chocolate rabbits and dyed eggs and way too many jelly beans, it's also true that it's an excellent day for making a fine brunch or dinner, maybe pulling out the stops for gravlax, a fruit-covered Pavlova, or even a roasted leg of lamb. But it can also be a very good day to […]
Easter means that the stores are full of chocolate and candies, but for L.A.'s 200,000 plus Brits it's a time of agonizing choices and wistful remembrances. Whether it is too much or too little sugar/milk/high fructose corn syrup or just because it wasn't made in a mock-Tudor English countryside factory (and instead on license by Her […]