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So now that I have your attention, let me invite you to the Ultimate LA Block Party. Celebrate LA is produced by the City of Los Angeles and Community Arts Resources (CARS), the team behind CicLAvia it’s an opportunity to say goodbye to Mayor Villaraigosa and hello to Mayor elect Garcetti with Bill Clinton. There will be music and food trucks to fuel the …
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What do you do when your floorboards start to sag from the weight of weighty tomes? I”ll tell you what I do – I have a cookbook sale! This time around there are quite a few goodies to pick through. Lots of big pretty beauties. And for those of you rolling your eyes about driving down to OC, it’s not that bad. Combine book …
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Hundreds of exotic show chickens vied for the title of Best in Show at the Seaside Feather Fanciers Spring Fling poultry show in Ventura last month. The last competition of the season offered birds and breeders a final chance to bag a chicken-topped trophy along with bragging rights until September. Independent producer Gideon Brower reports from the show.
Until Sunday, I was a Renaissance Faire virgin. Growing up in New York City, I had never heard of a Renaissance Faire. All that changed on Sunday when I headed out to Irwindale to the Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire. It’s THE original. The fair that started it all. After reading Rachel Rubin’s post on the Which Way LA? Blog, I knew I had to …
Think you’re a coffee nerd? It’s hard to trump Kevin Sinnott. At any given time he has 20 coffeemakers in his kitchen. He is a coffee expert, author of The Art and Craft of Coffee and the creator of CoffeeCON, the world’s first consumer coffee conference and onsite brewing university. Lucky for us, he’s also a frequent guest on Good Food.
This year’s CoffeeCon takes places …
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Los Angeles’ first ever Le Grand Fooding event takes place this weekend at MOCA. All of us here at Good Food are fans, so we asked Le Fooding’s leading man, Alexandre Cammas, to tell us about his inspiration for Le Fooding and what he and his Parisian pals think of LA’s dining scene.
This Sunday is the next incarnation of the annual Taste of the Eastside festival, featuring food from Silver Lake, Echo Park, Eagle Rock, Highland Park, Los Feliz, Atwater, and more.
Contributing restaurants include Little Dom’s, Canelé, Heirloom LA, and L&E Oyster Bar, and there will be wine tasting, craft beers, DJs, and children’s activities. VIP ticket-holders can attend demos and seminars on cocktails, jambalaya, and cupcake sushi.
Food Forward, the organization that collects excess fruits and vegetables around Southern California and donates them to the hungry, is having its third annual Spring Melt fundraiser on Saturday, April 27. Tickets are $95 each – or a pair of them are free, if you win this giveaway. Tell us your funniest fruit story!
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Last year, UCLA saw the likes of Rene Redzepi, David Chang and Nathan Myhrvold roaming the campus as they all took the podium for the Science & Food lecture series curated by Professor Amy Rowat. This year’s participants are equally as impressive. The lineup includes Chef Alex Atala, Chef Alice Waters, and culminates with a lecture close to the hearts of those of us at Good Food, The Science of Pie, with Momofuku’s Christina Tosi and Los Angeles’ very own Zoe Nathan…
This blog post first appeared on the Which Way, LA? Blog. It was written by KCRW’s Lisa Napoli.
The idea sounded simple enough: to feed the attendees of a festival with locally produced food. The people behind Uber Lebenskunst in Berlin took that very seriously, amassing their larder starting 15 months ahead of the festival date.