Advertisement

Food
Food

Advertisement
Los Angeles Times Food videos
Koreatown Off Menu Thumbnail On Now
Exploring L.A.'s vibrant Koreatown with comedian Margaret Cho and Eater's Matthew Kang | Off Menu
17:35
Off Menu - Skid Row On Now
Building community through food in skid row, the epicenter of L.A.'s homelessness crisis | Off Menu
15:54
Off Menu Mini Kabob YouTube Thumbnail On Now
The best Armenian restaurant in L.A. is this tiny family-run kebab joint in Glendale | Off Menu
12:48
Are these chili burgers better than the Original Tommy’s offering? On Now
Are these chili burgers better than the Original Tommy's offering?
464553_FO_BRAUMS_KKN_56744.JPG On Now
Braum's: The Best Burger Californians Never Heard Of
Advertisement
Power Rankings
These pillowy-soft cookies have loads of grapefruit zest and juice to help highlight the pet-nat orange wine in the dough and glaze.
Rosewater and olive oil infuse dates in these flaky rugelach and the vibrant pink icing that glazes them gets a liberal sprinkling of sea salt and pink sprinkles.
Za’atar, the dried herb spice mix used in savory Middle Eastern cooking, shines in these lightly-sweetened, crumbly wedding cookies, coated in snowy powdered sugar.
Funky maca root powder lends its malted milk-like flavor to these chewy rich chocolate crinkle cookies, coated in pale purple powdered sugar.
Turmeric lattes made with oat milk meet old-fashioned oatmeal creme pies in these tender, spiced cookies sandwiched with oat milk-enriched buttercream frosting.
Our first annual collection of 12 L.A.-inspired holiday cookies.
Cooking columnist Ben Mims’ favorite equipment to make baking cookies for the holidays the most fun it can be.
These spritz cookies are spiked with rum, cloves and lots of freshly grated nutmeg for that quintessential eggnog flavor.
More stories
Advertisement
Advertisement