The documentary premieres on the same day that Huy Fong Foods founder announced that his company will halt shipments of his popular hot sauce until mid-January.Add your comments
The founders of the Cowgirl Creamery give tips on how the best ways to plan a cheese course.
Leading up to our cocktail party at The Virgil Thursday, we asked KPCC staff and listeners to share their favorite place in L.A. to order an Old-Fashioned.
With the passing of founder Raul Martinez Sr. this week, the Pulitzer-winning critic tells Off-Ramp's John Rabe why King Taco is important to LA.
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You only need six ingredients but don't let that fool you. These are the hand shredded, no food processor version for people who like doing things the hard way. It's tradition.
Jewish foodies say the flavors of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving are a culinary match made in heaven. And this Thanksgivukkah feast is especially sweet because it may not happen again for 80,000 years.
The days of mystery meat are far from over in the nation's school cafeterias, according to an online project that collects photos of school lunches. But it's not all bad news.
Dust off that old Mr. Coffee! We've stumbled upon a wacky use for classic coffee makers: Cook a three-course meal for one. Keep reading for recipes.
Los Angeles Times Food Editor Russ Parsons says it's the latest way to keep your Thanksgiving bird from turning out dry and nasty.
Cereal sales are still on the decline and Kellogg recently announced that they would be cutting thousands of jobs. Does this mean the breakfast staple on its way out?
What do ancient Sumerians, Paulaner monks, Arthur Guinness and a whole bunch of party-hardy Millennials have in common? Pairing beer with God.
Digital menus may help diners make more informed choices about restaurants' food and drink options. And they may boost restaurant profits, too.
It turns out the briny condiment has deep roots in Europe, dating back to the Roman Empire. What caused its decline? Historians say it boils down to taxes, and pirates.
"There's a drug dealer in my daughter's school. He's not selling pot, crack or meth; he's selling ... hamburgers."