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Twenty years ago, when Wolfgang Puck opened Spago inside The Forum Shops at Caesars, he held the honor of being Las Vegas’ first celebrity chef. Today, however, Puck shares the Strip with a veritable who’s who of culinary stars — many of...
Picture this -- blue skies, a teal sea, white sand and palm trees swaying in the cool seaside breeze. And in the middle of it all, two giant white tents full of hundreds of people boozing it up and eating until they couldn't breathe. It's the South...
In his new memoir, “Fresh Off the Boat” (Spiegel & Grau, $26), Eddie Huang describes life as a first-generation American determined to hold onto his Taiwanese culture. The 30-year-old chef and proprietor of Baohaus, a New York City hangout...
Lisa Lillien has the world on a plate. The Los Angeles author and entrepreneur sits atop the multimillion-dollar "Hungry Girl" empire that includes TV shows on the Food Network and the Cooking Channel, several bestselling cookbooks and a daily email blast...
First, the bad news. "Aarti Party" has been canceled. Technically, Food Network says, the show is on "hiatus" and can still be caught in reruns. But Aarti Sequeira -- the Los Angeles food blogger who landed the show after winning Season 6 of "The Next...
Daily DishFood FYI: Sweet news about sour cherries...
If you’re not already proud to be an American, consider this: Cocktails were invented in the United States. Traditionally, a cocktail meant a spirit, a sugar and a bitter mixed in a glass. But as sure as the little states spread out into the vast...
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Daily DishLooks like TV chef and butter champion Paula Deen may soon reveal she has Type 2 diabetes. According to Jeannine Stein at L.A. Times Booster Shots blog: The Internet is buzzing with rumors that TV chef Paula Deen, queen of......
Company TownBoasting popular sporting events and original entertainment shows, cable programmers long ago surpassed the broadcast networks in viewers. Now they are beginning to close the advertising-revenue divide. "For the first time, the cable upfront take will...
The Big PictureAlmost anybody with enough money and marketing muscle can get millions of wide-eyed fanboys to see a $150-million comic book superhero movie. But if you want to earn some real respect from your peers in the movie-marketing trade, you have......
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