A platter of this week's "bacon shortage" pandemonium.
Los Angeles is a city of foodies, but it is also a city full of people who tend to be more image and socially conscious than many American municipalities.
The price of European pork could double next year according to Britain's National Pig Assn., an industry trade group predicting "a world shortage of pork and bacon."
Given the amount of deep fried food on a stick at the LA County Fair, you need the "Eat It" or "Screw It" guide.
The first event in April was a bigger success than expected and the second attracted 40,000 attendees. The next event in October will be held at Santa Anita.
Chiles from Hatch Valley, NM have a huge following in California. Fans wait all year to buy hot peppers ranging from mild to extra-extra hot. We tried the so-called Double X.
Finding a good-sized, inexpensive barrel, previously used to age bourbon, is not so easy, as a hot sauce maker on the hunt found out.
We take you inside the secret world of Tootsie Roll. Wall Street Journal's Chicago bureau chief Jason Dean tells us about their investigation. Plus, snackologist and comedian Michael Ian Black rates the news.
According to a new poll, the majority of Americans a) consume alcohol, b) prefer beer, and on average, among the drinkers, deposit c) 4.2 alcoholic beverages into their throats per week.
A summer peach is a seasonal treat, but in a few short months a good peach might be hard to find. A peach's thin skin might be partially to blame.
We check in with Eva restaurant owner Mark Gold, whose policy of offering a 5-percent discount for customers who give up their cell phones went viral last week.
Eat LA finds out why some pop-up restaurants pop, why LA won’t benefit from the East Coast’s newest bumper crump of lobsters and what makes goat taste so good.
The white or red wine of your choice - not too spending - some fizz, and some ice, and you've made a delightful summer drink that doesn't deserve its bad name.
The Goo Goo Cluster, a chocolate-covered bundle of marshmallow, peanuts, and caramel from Tennessee, turns 100 in October. After a long association with Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, the gooey treat is looking for a new audience.
In L.A., finding a relevant house of worship on National Ice Cream Sandwich Day is like shooting gummi fish in a chocolate chip barrel.
James Stewart's capture was captured on video and shows the Rawesome Foods founder being handled by bounty hunters.