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Favorite Posts from February 11 – 17, 2012

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Favorite Posts from February 11 – 17, 2012 Antonio Pellini, who has found South Bay success with Eatalian, is opening a new Culver City concept.


Here are links to some interesting posts from L.A. food writers over the last week:

Caroline on Crack

On February 15, Caroline on Crack founder Caroline Pardilla shared Best Brussels Sprouts I’ve Ever Had + Brussels Sprouts Recipes, including restaurants like Red Medicine, Craft and Mohawk Bend.

On February 11, Caroline on Crack founder Caroline Pardilla shared 5 Classic Cocktail Recipes Everyone Should Know How To Make, including an Old Fashioned by The Varnish’s Eric Alperin, the Margarita by Las Perlas’ Yaul Yrastorza, and a Mai Tai by Hinoki & the Bird’s Sam Ross.

Eater LA

On February 11, Eater LA editor Kat Odell reported, Antonio Pellini Advancing to Culver City with Enjoeat.

Eating LA

On February 15, Eating LA founder Pat Saperstein suggested RivaBella, for meeting with your producer, in her latest Quick bites review.

LA Mag Food

I normally focus on other people in my writing, but thanks to LA Mag and Randy Clemens, here’s a chance to learn more about me in a story titled, Will Write For Food: Josh Lurie of Food GPS.

LA Times Food

On February 14, LA Times critic S. Irine Virbila asked Matthew Kaner answers five questions on wine, including his favorite wine region and sleeper on Bar Covell’s wine list.

On February 13, LA Times writer Mary Forgione reported, The doctor is in, and has much to say about traveling and eating , referring to Tomo Kurokawa, who is appearing at the LA Times Travel show on February 23-24.

On February 12, LA Times deputy Food editor Betty Hallock shared a Chef’s Map: Jessica’s Koslow’s Paris, including the a mind blowing Sachristain at Du Pain et des Idees and a trip to Blé Sucré (“the Paris version of Proof Bakery”).

LA Weekly Squid Ink

On February 14, Squid Ink contributor Barbara Hansen reported, Tour Thai Town Just Like Anthony Bourdain: Jet Tila’s Melting Pot Food Tours.

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