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.
Many bored girlfriends agree: Guys aren't that good at going out. Even if you can get them to leave the house, they’ll probably suggest the same old place, and they’ll probably even order the same old thing.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] […]
Gjusta, opened October 30 in Venice, comes from the team behind Gjelina and GTA. Carved out of an industrial building on unlikely Sunset Avenue, just a block from bustling Rose Avenue, Gjusta serves similar fare to GTA (Gjelina Take Away) but with much more of everything. A long space with white brick, a marble counter and an open kitchen, Gjusta w […]
Eighty-five years ago, Encarnación Elias Gomez took a huge risk — opening the doors on her new taqueria, El Carmen, at La Brea and Third. Back in 1929, this was about as far as the trolley cars went, and for the widow Gomez to open up her own business? Well, that was a scandal.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this s […]
A new study published in the October Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease indicates that a diet including walnuts may help reduce the risk, delay the onset, slow the progression of and even prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Research led by Abha Chauhan, head of the Developmental Neuroscience Laboratory at the New York State Institute for Basic Research in Dev […]
iHeartSilverlake EastSide Food Festival Silver Lake is getting its own food festival, with 25 vendors, chefs, DJs, musicians and more, hosted by Mack Sennett Studios, Castle Gourmet and Food Is the New Rock. Who's coming?… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] […]