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Foie Gras torchon with tete de cochon, pickled Spring vegetables & Horseradish, a dish from chef Daniel Humm's Gourmand tasting menu at Eleven Madison Park in New York City, NY.
KFC's Double Down sandwich too much for you? We turn the monstrosity into the Double Down Chopped Salad.
Ludo Lefebvre and Eric Greenspan battle it out on the streets of LA with fried chicken on Bluesy Tuesday Night at The Foundry on Melrose, in Los Angeles, CA.
Confused? You should be. Bacon wrapped matzoh balls made by Top Chef winner Ilan Hall at his restaurant, The Gorbals, in Los Angeles, CA.
Spanish mackerel topped with scallions and ginger, one of twenty three similarly beautiful pieces that comprise Chef Toshi-san's omakase dinner at Toshi Sushi in Downtown Los Angeles, CA. All for only $44.50!
Unagi and uni on a beautiful bed of mixed roe at Woori Market in Cerritos, Los Angeles, CA
Recipe: Lucques' grilled cheese sandwich [LA Times]
Crespeou, an edible ticket to Provence [LA Times]
Tea ices: thrill of the chill [LA Times goes old school...2004 old school]
Cuisines of two Indian cities [LA Times]
Sangria like you've never sipped [LA Times]
Tacos get their glamour on [LA Times]
Traxx, a dining spot with a cosmopolitan outlook [LA Times]
Paella, oh how I miss Spain [LA Times]
Reflections in an Ice Cube [NY Times]
A fresh look at Italian salads. [LA Times]
The Penthouse: Beachy-chic with a view [Editor's Note: This is where we had our first TasteSpotting dinner! and i agree with this LATimes review on the food...]
The unexpected thrill of Mexican liqueurs
Weekend Waffle Warrior [LA Times]
Nothing so easy as a great vinaigrette [LA Times]
Chocolate Dalice with Salted Caramel & Malted Barley Ice Cream
It's a yakitori party! [LA Times]
Once Upon a Pea [NY Times]
Kibbe Raw (Good) and Cooked (Better) [NY Times]
A Taste of Shanghai (LA Times)
A summer of Prosecco cocktails [LA Times]
Who doesn't love cucumber?
The Love Goddess Cake
Roasted Poussin with Braised Hearts of Romaine, Parmesan and Anchovy adopted from The Modern via NY Times
The NY Times on LA's cupcake fetish
Another winning combo. Mario + Cake = :)