Wine gives way to spring. Spring gives way to summer. And on the wine front, the rich reds of winter are sent back to cellar so we can bring on the pink.
Gooey and greasy is good: Grilled Cheese Invitational judge Claudia Peschiutta loves cheese, gives hints how to win her vote.
KPCC's Josie Huang investigates new startups aiming to connect people offline through a shared passion for food.
Do you remember when most Americans had never heard of a taco or a burrito?
Some vegetarians are distressed that Cochineal -- a red dye made from a crushed insect native to Latin America -- is being used to color food and beverages.
Culture Kitchen finds cooks who wouldn't be teaching because of a language barrier or lack of formal training.
Finalists for the prestigious James Beard Foundation Awards were announced on Monday
When Friday rolls around, there's a simple formula for taking it easy. Enjoy a glass of wine, and maybe two glasses. But don't forget to tweet!
L.A.'s first annual Food and Wine festival was such a smash last year that the four-day feast is coming back — two months early.
The cooking show pits Indian chefs against Pakistani chefs, exploiting the long rivalry between the two countries — something that has rarely been a joking matter.
There are Pi lovers, and then there are pie lovers. Here's a look at what some of your fellow Earthlings did to celebrate their favorite mathematical constant.
While celebrity restaurants are nothing new in L.A. and theme restaurants are even more of a presence, most people don't think to make the celebrity the theme.
The sushi nazi has retired. After 25 years, Kazunori Nozawa of Sushi Nozawa in Studio City served his last albacore sashimi yesterday.
Umamicatessen, an upscale cafeteria created by the people at Umami Burger, will now include a craft beer and cocktail watering hole. The downtown L.A. space opens this weekend.
While beer’s immense popularity is still primarily based on drinking it, enterprising minds have found an interesting array of uses for the frothy beverage. In the 1970s, Bristol-Myers produced Body On Tap, a beer-enriched shampoo.
In the latest episode of Eat-LA on Off-Ramp, backyard breadmaker Mark Stambler, shut down by the County Health Dept, gets help from his friendly neighborhood Assemblyman.