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Blogger Astrid is about to let her "Wrapped in Dough" blog go dark, being too busy in law school. For those who knew the blog when its creator had the time to keep it rocking, it was one of the bes...
Has anyone else notice that Ms. Arnett rates almost all restaurant between 1 1/2 and 2 1/2 stars? There is much to criticize about Michael Bauer's judgment and writing, but Alison is simply in a cl...
I always looked forward to Molly O'Neill's column in the NY Times Magazine. I couldn't wait to read her memoir: Mostly True: A memoir of family, food, and baseball. Her brother, Paul, played for...
See the link below for very interesting and astute observations by the author of the Omivore's Delimma on the state of our food supply and the culture, politics and industry that support it, and vi...
Has anyone else had problems getting on?
Was ordering myself a copy of "Julie and Julia : 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen" from Amazon and discovered that there was another, similar title in the "buy together" suggest...
I've always wondered...
Changes from last year:
Citizen Thai and the Monkey
Need a book to read. thoughts?
Excellent article in today's LA Times by David Shaw on the L.A. Zagat Guide...In a nutshell, useful only as a reference and memory jogger. Ratings are worthless.
Nice to see someone put this in ...
Chris Cosentino, chef of Incanto in SF, just started a blog devoted to all thing offal:
There's a cool website that seems mostly Philly and Harrisburg that lists taco trucks and farmers market vendors and various international (balkan, afghan) places: dineindie.com
Foods to Replicate Eating Scene: squishy Beard Papa creampuffs, rigatoni stuffed with meat, liver, cold spaghetti, jello shots, peeled grapes...lichee...tripe
It's not Halloween (every...
Just finished it up, finally, and wanted to know your thoughts.
I liked the first section, or book rather the most. Some of his stories are interesting, while others not so much.
Now more impor...
He's probably too modest to mention it, but I thought it should be publicized that Jim Leff will be on the Open Source radio program/blog tonight, for a show about potatoes. The show is produced lo...
Well, all I have to say is Sara is downright EVIL and I hope someone takes her down! That was sabotage, pure and simple, and it was obvious she took pleasure in it.
I have to say I did enjoy th...
Caught about ten minutes (that's all I could stand) of "Hell's Kitchen" the other night. Am I the only one who thinks this show is dull, unoriginal, and undermines being a cook/chef? Why would unde...
There was a discussion of "must eats" on the LA board.
Someone mentioned a Chinese eatery and someone panned it.
Then it was pointed out that it had such great write ups, great clientele, and was j...
Amazon used to have restaurant menus posted from several major cities in the US and now, I'm getting nothing but a big red x in place of the menus. I wonder if they have pulled them permanantly or...
I saw him on the Kimmel show tonight....I'm in LA.....went to a book signing for the Les Halles cookbook..great expereience......searched the net, apparantly he was around here last weekend...anyon...
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