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Last Saturday afternoon some of the best chefs in Los Angeles gathered at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes along with notable visiting chefs for Taste of Mexico‘s Farmers Market. The purpose of the event is to promote awareness of the country’s regional and upscale cuisine. … Continue reading
This Saturday Taste of Mexico will celebrate regional cuisine at La Plaza De Las Culturas y Artes, the square adjacent to Olvera Street. Taste of Mexico consists of 2 events, the Farmers Market Family Picnic from 12pm – 4pm followed by Dinner, Drinks and Dancing from 7pm – 11pm. … Continue reading
The sun emerged from the clouds just in time to shine down on the grassy picnic for LA Loves Alex’s Lemonade at UCLA’s Royce Quad Saturday. Guests mingled with celebrity chefs as they sampled savory bites and sweet treats. There is always … Continue reading
Inaba is noted for its handmade Soba which is difficult to make. Buckwheat has very little gluten so that it doesn’t “stick” together easily. Therefore, in order to facilate the making of Soba, about 20% is wheat flour to create … Continue reading
Long Beach has always been a great place to go and enjoy a good cocktail and dinner. This coming week there is even more reason to take a trip to Long Beach. September 21 through 27, Long Beach will be … Continue reading
As Neil Young said about the Sex Pistol’s Johnny Rotten, “Hey, Hey, my my, rock and roll will never die”. Well, for any one who wants to see that local rock in Orange County is not dead, the place to … Continue reading
I remember coming to the LA Rose Café during the first wave of Nouvelle California Cuisine which started sometime in the mid 1970′s in Los Angeles and incorporated mainly French cooking technique with Japanese aesthetics. Around 1982, we stepped into … Continue reading
Saturday night Chinatown will celebrate the 74th annual Moon Festival. The Autumn Moon Festival takes place in the Central Plaza beginning at 5pm. It is believed that this is the time of the year when the moon is at its fullest and … Continue reading
Burbank is home to some of the best sweets in the LA area — donuts from Donut Hut, guava pastries from Porto’s, and tea cakes from Martinello’s. A little over a year ago, Quenelle opened up in a little storefront on Magnolia … Continue reading
Ventura’s Upcoming Blues and Brews Festival Promises a Weekend of Stellar Blues Music, Craft Beers and Delicious BBQ
The weekend of September 20 and 21, a short drive up to Ventura will yield a great weekend of beer, BBQ and music. In conjunction with Ventura Beer Week, September 14 to 21, the California Beer Festival starts off Saturday … Continue reading