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Photo Essay: Alex Guarnaschelli Looks Back On A Summer Full Of Food Travels

Chef traveled to LA, Toronto, Sag Harbor, Orlando
Sep 11, 2014 10:00 am

Any food enthusiast worth their fancy rock salt grater will recognize Alex Guarnaschelli from Food Network, Cooking Channel and Bravo. Always searching for new techniques and ingredients to implement in her kitchens, Guarnaschelli spent much of her summer traveling for inspiration. Her journeys took her east to Long Island; west to Los Angeles; south to Orlando and north to Toronto. She wrote in to Food Republic to detail her travels.

Fall Preview 2014: 12 Major Restaurants Opening In Los Angeles

New from Josef Centeno, Ben Ford, Belcampo Meat
Aug 26, 2014 12:00 pm

We’ve not been shy about our love for the Los Angeles food scene, which we are constantly reminded as one of the most underrated in the world. In the past we’ve dropped lists detailing the city’s top sushi masters and the diverse ethnic food being served around the Staples Center. Los Angeles is an exciting place to eat, and here journalist Tien Nguyen tells us what is on the horizon. 

There's More To BYOB Than Just Bringing Your Own. Plan Ahead With This Handy Guide

DIY wining and dining requires know-how (and where)
Aug 1, 2014 11:30 am

For a wine lover, the most magical acronym out there is “BYOB.” Toting a bottle of your choice allows you to avoid extraordinary mark-ups — up to 300 percent in some restaurants. Moreover, it makes dining out a more active experience. There is, however, an art to BYOB. Here are some tips on where to go and how to go about it.

Who Invented The French Dip? Two Los Angeles Restaurants Duke It Out.

We find out on the first episode of Photo Tripping
Jul 15, 2014 4:12 pm

In the first episode of Photo Tripping, we find out how the French Dip sandwich came about in Los Angeles. Two restaurants claim birth rights. But there is only one true Dip daddy.    

Started From The Streets Now They Here: 5 Food Trucks That Made The Big Time

From halal in NYC to smoked meat in Austin
Jul 14, 2014 9:00 am

No longer quite the counter-culture statement they once were, food trucks have become a launching pad for ambitious restaurateurs. The most successful mobile kitchens end up settling down into brick-and-mortar locations. In New York alone, nearly a quarter of all food trucks upgrade to a restaurant. And the most popular concepts get tapped for widespread expansion, like these five food trucks that hit the big time

A Quick Q&A With Fast-Paced Los Angeles Baker Valerie Gordon

Caffeine, cookies and ambitions fuel this LA baker
Jun 11, 2014 3:30 pm

You would assume that making chocolate, toffee and elaborate desserts for a living would lead to a pretty sweet life. For the mother of three bakery concepts, two children, and a James Beard-nominated cookbook, Los Angeles baker Valerie Gordon is highly fueled by caffeine and cookies. Living the sweet life for Valerie does not come without some high-fructose-infused passion, and some serious delegation skills. Read on.

The Glitch Mob Fries Up Son Of A Gun Shrimp Toast, Drinks Good French Rosé

LA electronic group dishes on nacho throwdowns, too
Jun 10, 2014 11:00 am

The Glitch Mob, one of Los Angeles' most widely danced-to electronic groups is edIT (Edward Ma), Boreta (Justin Boreta) and Ooah (Josh Mayer). Beyond playing shows and festivals around the world, they're also very in tune with what everyone's eating, on tour and in "regular life." So, where should you eat in LA? Take these guys' advice.

The Cold One: We Pick The Best Brews for Your Stanley Cup Enjoyment

This series is gonna be a real brewser
Jun 5, 2014 2:00 pm

Although though I’m bitter about the first game, I have every reason to believe this series will be an epic ending to what has already been one of the most amazing playoffs in recent memory. Of course, if you have the agita of a true Rangers or Kings fan, you’ll want to have a drink while watching the rest of the series, so I picked out the best of both coasts. Enjoy a cold one no matter who you’re rooting for.

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