By Jenny Peters and Andy J. Gordon Celebrate the season with summer-inspired culinary bites, wine pairings and refreshing handcrafted cocktails at the Pacific Wine and Food [...]
By Jenny Peters and Andy J. Gordon For the 43rd consecutive year, the Concern Foundation continued its fight against cancer with a huge annual block party fundraiser held on [...]
By Andy J. Gordon The first annual Los Angeles Times Food Bowl is happening throughout the month of May with events, panel discussions with world-class chefs and a series of [...]
By Dru Peters Eat Your Vegetables! Everyone knows we should all do this, but many people dread having to actually follow through and put those veggies into their meal plan. [...]
By Jenny Peters The Napa Valley: what better place on earth could you go to celebrate the fusion of the fine arts paired up for 12 days with world-class culinary experiences [...]
Most people who know me know that cooking is not my strong suit. It's probably the reason I love dining out so much, especially at places (think the French Laundry in Yountville, CA) who serve complicated dishes that there is no way I would ever even consider tackling. One look at Thomas Keller's "The French Laundry Cookbook" was enough to send me running – most of those dishes are incredibly complicated and take hours and hours to prepare!