Hosted by Lucky Peach editors Peter Meehan and Chris Ying, “Eating Out Loud” featured readings and performances about food from David Chang, Jonathan Gold, Kim Gordon, Amelia Gray, Roy Choi and Eric Wareheim. Listen to a full recording of the event here.
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A new exhibition at The Getty, titled The Edible Monuments: The Art of Food and Feasting, brings to life the ostentatious displays of both court and civic celebrations from the 17th through the 19th centuries, as they revolved around food as spectacle in Europe.
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Not sure you’ve got what it takes to take home a ribbon at this year’s KCRW Good Food Pie Contest? We’ve got you covered.
Watch a documentary, buy a raffle ticket, share some pie, learn what it takes to win…
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The Coachella lineup that festivalgoers eagerly anticipate each year is not usually the list of food vendors who make it out to Indio’s polo field. But this year the festival has revved up their food offerings by recruiting prominent L.A. chefs and by bringing in Outstanding in the Field.
Jeff Miller of Thrillist who has been to Coachella almost every year of the festival’s existence …
There’s nothing quite like a recipe that uses something people often discard and turns it into something delicious. This recipe adds a great burst of flavor to the ordinary turnip stem and makes it a great addition to a pulled pork sandwich or a summer soup.
Want to know how to make perfect pancakes or an easy spaghetti and meatballs? Sign up for one of Jamie Oliver’s classes taking place this month.
David Tanis, former Chez Panisse Chef, current City Kitchen Columnist for the NY Times and noted cookbook author, is coming to town and many doors are being flung open to welcome him.
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Maybe you’ve made Dashi using instant dashi powder. Too easy? Then maybe you’ve learned how to make it with packaged bonito flakes. But have you ever seen or held true artisanal Katsuobushi that’s as hard as a piece of wood?
A master of Japanese fermented foods is coming to town. Mamiko Niashiyama is the proprietor of Yagicho Honten, a 300-year-old family owned traditional Japanese grocery shop in …