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When Jaime Martin del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu opened their Bell restaurant 15 years ago, some customers wondered if they knew how to cook. Accustomed to Mexican food laden with sour cream, melted cheddar cheese and mild salsa that has long been served...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesLong before Rick Bayless, the Too Hot Tamales and even Diana Kennedy, there was another teacher and cookbook writer who introduced authentic Mexican food to a wider American audience. Though she is all but unknown today, at the turn of the 20th century...
Daily DishFood FYI: 'There is no such thing as authenticity!'...
Jacket CopyWhat is “authenticity” as it relates to food, and what are we looking for when we search out “authentic cuisine”? In the panel "Food Writing: American Potluck" on Sunday, moderator and L.A. Times columnist and restaurant critic...
Pull up in front of the new Red O on Melrose and, before deigning to take your car, a valet in an embroidered guayabera and natty straw hat will lean into the window to ask, politely, if you've got a reservation. It's Mozza all over again. No reservation,...
Tags: Chicago Restaurants, Soups, White House, Tomatoes, Rick Bayless
3 food events you should know about: Share Our Strength benefit at Test Kitchen; Taste of Mexico; dinner for Barbara Fairchild at EvaDaily DishShare Our Strength, a nonprofit that aims to end childhood hunger in the U.S., presents a benefit dinner featuring five courses from five chefs at the Test Kitchen on Dec. 13. The menu from chefs Alain Giraud, Walter Manzke, Michael......
My Mexican grandfather used to say that salads were for rabbits. My Mexican father thinks a good steak cures any stomach ailment. And a Mexican friend used to joke that a pet pig that lived near my old Westside neighborhood would last approximately two...
Tags: Lasagna, Onions, Garlic, Mushrooms, Diets and Dieting
Reporting from Todos Santos, MexicoOnce upon a time, say about 1972, Cabo San Lucas was a sleepy little fishing town at the southern tip of Baja California. Then came the paved highway, the international airport, the marina, the golf courses, the raucous bars and well-heeled retreats. At...
I just heard the tragic news: My cheese smuggler died. He was from my dad's native rancho of Jomulquillo in the central Mexican state of Zacatecas, a quesero whom hundreds depended on for their queso añejo, a thick, salty fromage unique to the region...
Daily Dish--Even Mario is doing it. Going meatless on Mondays. He'll offer vegetarian friendly items on all his menus. [Huffington Post] --Blogspotting: The quarter-pound double chocolate cookies at Dawn Finicane's blog, Vanilla Sugar. Your Twip of the day:...
Daily DishMexican cuisine goes wild at Chichen Itzaâs Mayan tasting dinners. It may be nearly impossible to imagine Mexican food without cheese enchiladas, pork carnitas and other items made with ingredients that the Spanish introduced to the New World. But the.....
The Red Hot Chili Peppers, fittingly, are singing about the City of Angels on the jukebox when Dexter Holland walks into a Long Beach bar at lunchtime, pulls off his sunglasses and reaches for a menu. Like the members of the Chili Peppers, Holland is a...
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