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Seafood

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  • At Cho Mak, it's the whole fish with just a little salt

    At Cho Mak, it's the whole fish with just a little salt
    Restaurant: Cho Mak, which is Korean for a traditional hut with a thatched roof. Concept: Casual Hanjeongshik (traditional Korean meals) in a K-town strip mall with fresh seafood and a bunch of banchan (side dishes). The seafood comes in three main...
  • Ramen-heads rejoice: Mitsuwa Gourmet Food Fair kicks off

    Ramen-heads rejoice: Mitsuwa Gourmet Food Fair kicks off
    The Mitsuwa Gourmet Food Fair, a four-day food fest that opened Thursday and runs through Sunday, occupies a relatively narrow swath through the Mitsuwa Japanese mega-market in Torrance, but the number of street snacks to eat and food items to buy is...
  • Compartes chocolate bar wrapper workshop, Tacolandia, Strand House's Oyster Cart

    Compartes chocolate bar wrapper workshop, Tacolandia, Strand House's Oyster Cart
    Print-your-own chocolate bar wrapper: On Saturday, Compart├ęs chocolatier Jonathan Grahm and printmaker Christina Carroll are teaming up to teach a class on how to print your own chocolate bar wrapper. Attendees will learn about the fundamentals of the...
  • Sustainable seafood: Would you eat a giant squid?

    Sustainable seafood: Would you eat a giant squid?
    There were a lot of startling statistics that came out of the seafood discussions at the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Sustainable Foods Institute last week. Did you know that more than 90% of the fish we eat is imported? How about the fact that more than...
  • Travel info for Boracay Island, Philippines

    Travel info for Boracay Island, Philippines
    The best way to Boracay, Philippines From LAX, Philippine Airlines offers nonstop service to Manila, and All Nippon Airways, JAL, Cathay Pacific, Asiana, Delta, Korean, Hawaiian, Air China, Singapore and Malaysia offer connecting service (change of...
  • Mother's Day 2013 dining guide: Mimosas, French toast, crab crepes, more

    Mother's Day 2013 dining guide: Mimosas, French toast, crab crepes, more
    Mother's Day is Sunday, and if you're wondering where to celebrate with Mom, here are 24 restaurants offering options such as free Champagne with brunch, blueberry French toast, squash blossom enchiladas and, of course, the bottomless mimosa. Border...
  • What wine goes best with oysters? 10 great choices -- and one perfect bonus

    What wine goes best with oysters? 10 great choices -- and one perfect bonus
    Which wine should you serve with oysters? For the most part, I’ll confess, my immediate answer is: "Yes." Really, when you’re eating oysters, it’s the shellfish that comes first. But the wine matters too. And so Jon Rowley and Taylor...
  • Providence's Michael Cimarusti to open his seafood heaven Connie & Ted's by end of May

    Providence's Michael Cimarusti to open his seafood heaven Connie & Ted's by end of May
    More than 4,000 oyster tags cover two walls at Connie & Ted's, the soon-to-open West Hollywood seafood restaurant from Providence chef-owner Michael Cimarusti. Many of them are ones Cimarusti has collected over several years, Cryovac-ing them in plastic...
  • Day One: Opening night at Fishing With Dynamite

    Day One: Opening night at Fishing With Dynamite
    If you go fishing with dynamite, you’re bound to get lucky. One diner at chef-owner David LeFevre’s new Manhattan Beach seafood restaurant, Fishing With Dynamite, shucked into fortune on opening night when he found a tiny pearl in his clam....
  • 14 best Mexican restaurants in Southern California, by Jonathan Gold

    14 best Mexican restaurants in Southern California, by Jonathan Gold
    No places matches the breadth and depth of Mexican restaurants we have in Southern California, except Mexico City itself – and maybe not even there. You can find the cooking of almost every region in the country here, crafted at street-corner taco...
  • Study: Gulf oil spill is sickening fish vital to seafood industry

    Study: Gulf oil spill is sickening fish vital to seafood industry
    The seafood is safe to eat and the Gulf of Mexico tourism industry is recovering three years after the nation’s worst offshore oil spill spewed more than 200 million gallons of crude oil into the waters off Louisiana. But despite that BP-sponsored...