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Joshua Lurie

Joshua Lurie

Joshua Lurie founded FoodGPS in 2005. Read about him here.

Barbecue Austin

Worth The Wait? L.A. Chefs + Food Writers Describe Their Tests of Time to Eat

Some restaurants, food trucks and stalls are known for testing patience, while other experiences take aspiring diners by surprise. Not everybody’s down to wait. I asked a dozen L.A. chefs and food writers, “What’s...
Dumplings Los Angeles

Why Food Writers Must Stop Promoting “Cheap” Eats

It’s imperative that editors and writers stop describing food as “cheap eats.” Most of the time, they’re stigmatizing culinary contributions from immigrant cultures. Avoid such indignities and these family-run and indie restaurants stand a...
Pasta Los Angeles

Top dineL.A. Lunch + Dinner Picks for Summer 2019

dineL.A. returns from July 12 – 26, featuring over 400 high-value, prix fixe options for lunch and dinner. Read my recommendations for 10 lunches and 15 dinners, not including Hall of Fame choices like...
Middle Eastern Food Los Angeles

Grilled Dishes Worth Seeking at Los Angeles Restaurants

Summer calls for grilling, gathering with family and friends while the kids take cannonballs in the pool or just running under the sun, playing ball in the park. Hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken, and steak...
Coffee History

Go Get Em Tiger Spotlights 13 Keys to Coffee History on Collectible Cards

Coffee subscription services are becoming more prevalent. To stand out, and to reward loyal customers, coffee companies are starting to include special bonuses that go beyond the beans and basic add-ons like brewing instructions....
Farm Ventura County

Apricot Lane Farms Takes Regenerative Approach to Growth in Moorpark

Some farms are simply more inspiring. Apricot Lane Farms in Moorpark is one such place. To explain why, proprietors John Chester and wife Molly recently hosted a group tour in advance of “The Biggest...