Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 3/26 - 3/30
In which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad.
- "Yes, pork lovers of the world, as of today, for just under $3,000, J&D's can send you off to your eternal sleep in a bacon coffin." Lighten Up Your Funeral With a Bacon Casket.
- "We foodists have a sense of humor, right?" "Eat It Don't Tweet It": When Food Bites Back.
- "Hopefully, this guide will point you in the right direction when you know you want a piece of a pie, but just don't know where to dough." Pizza Flowchart: Where to Go for Slices and Pies.
- "The main draw of this order at the counter-style eatery will still be its hot-stone bibimbap, with fixings such as shrimp, chicken, beef, spicy pork, black pearl rice, an assortment of sauces, tofu, gobo and kimchi." Bibigo Opening Soon in Beverly Hills: More Bibimbap for You + Photos.
- "'Over in Taiwan the night markets are a staple of daily society,' Hwang, who had operated a restaurant and lounge during his time in Taiwan said." Q & A with '626 Night Market' Founder Jonny Hwang: Community, Street Food, Stinky Tofu + Taiwanese Pig Ears.
- "The beachside place could easily survive selling commercial lunch-meat sandwiches and bagged chips from Sysco to local sun worshippers. But Lowell Bakke is more ambitious than that." The Standing Room: A Hawaiian Lunch in Redondo Beach, Without Chairs.
- "Full disclosure: We started with a much broader list, including a basil-infused summer version by the beach, a seasonal pomegranate or some such holiday creation downtown. But we just couldn't bring ourselves to include them. These are martinis we are talking about." 5 Best Martinis in Los Angeles.
- "Whether it be Americanized or not, fajitas or tacos de guisado, a taco is the archetypal Angeleno meal." L.A.'s Idea of Mexican Food vs. What Mexicans Really Eat.