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Chef & Dining Interviews
Updated: March 26, 2015 10:15:32 AM PDT
The history of Russian restaurants in Los Angeles is complex enough to have been written by Tolstoy, with assistance from Dostoevsky.   Read More...
 
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Unless you've been living in a cave, you probably have heard of the Paleo, or "caveman," diet. This way of eating based on the diets of our hunter-gather ancestors from more than 10,000 years ago has been growing significantly in popularity.   Read More...
 
So much attention is paid to Sushi Row in Studio City that fans of Japanese dishes may not have noticed that there's a parallel world of restaurants that's emerged in Sherman Oaks built around sushi - but also around ramen and izakaya. There are places like Izakaya M, Little Izakaya by Katsu-ya, Ramen by Omae, Big Fish, Ramen Yamadaya and the mildly wacky Hyakumi Noodle Station.   Read More...
 
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The burning question for those of us who regularly go on a pilgrimage to the dim sum emporiums of Chinatown and the San Gabriel Valley is: Will Shanghai Rose save us the trouble?   Read More...
 
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To say the crazy popular Laurel Tavern is packed is an understatement. In the world of Ventura Boulevard gastropubs, it's got a buzz that can be heard in the next state.   Read More...
 
 
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