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  • A comeback for pastry chefs

    A comeback for pastry chefs
    The final flourish of your meal arrives at the table — a rich pudding of chocolate cremeux ("creamy" in French), candied pistachios, a crumble made from ground pistachios, and both dehydrated and frozen mandarin. Its deliciousness almost obscures the effort that went into its making. Behind the chocolate, cream and fruit are the blood, sweat and tears that were shed for the sake of dessert — years of practice and hours of production.
  • 5 Questions: CJ Jacobson, chef at Girasol

    5 Questions: CJ Jacobson, chef at Girasol
    CJ Jacobson is the executive chef at the newly opened Girasol restaurant in Studio City. The two-time "Top Chef" alum played professional volleyball and traveled the world discovering different types of food before becoming a chef. He's worked in the...

    Ludo Lefebvre, Funny or Die video poke fun at Cafe Gratitude, Red Medicine

    Ludo Lefebvre, Funny or Die video poke fun at Cafe Gratitude, Red Medicine
    Vegan food in L.A. is all about sunshine, smiles, peace, love and unicorns right? Not when you're in a Funny or Die video.  Chef Ludo Lefebvre (Ludo Bites, Trois Mec) makes his comedic debut in the new Funny or Die video "Cafe Attitude," which pokes fun...

    At Trois Mec, diners must buy tickets upfront

    At Trois Mec, diners must buy tickets upfront
    Last month, the manager of the Beverly Hills restaurant Red Medicine shamed diners who didn't turn up for their Saturday night reservations by calling them out on Twitter. "I hope you enjoyed your GF's Bday and the flowers that you didn't bring when you...

    Panera experiments with pay-what-you-want meals

    Panera experiments with pay-what-you-want meals
    Imagine you could pay whatever you wanted for your lunch. Regardless of the menu price, you could give the cashier whatever cash you had in your wallet. It could be $10, $5, $1 or even nothing. That's the idea behind the pay-what-you-want Panera cafes...