Click through the following links to read some of the more interesting stories from L.A. food writers posted between April 18 – 24, 2011.
On April 19, Caroline on Crack founder Caroline Pardilla shared a Blog Bite, recounting Gloria’s Café’s Carne Adobada, a dish she calls “sooo,” “soo” and “so” good.
On April 22, 100 Miles founder Charles G. Thompson asked and answered his question – L.A. – Return of the Neighborhood Butcher? – using McCall’s Meat & Fish Co. and Lindy & Grundy as prime examples.
On April 21, LA Times contributor Linda Burum shared her latest FIND, Jangchung-Dong Wong Jokbal in Koreatown, which specializes in braised pork foot and shank.
On April 22, Squid Ink contributor Caroline Pardilla shared 8 Places To Get a Beer Cocktail in L.A.. Including the Gin & Chronic at Big Bar, El Betabel at Rosa Mexicano and Black Velvet at The Tripel.
On April 22, Squid Ink contributor Shuji Sakai reports Chefs’ Toys Opens in Torrance, a store that’s open to the public and sells “knives, flatware, stemware and appliances.”
On April 20 and April 21, Squid Ink staffer Elina Shatkin shared Part 1 and Part 2 of her “interview with a part-time monk,” an Iowa man who was inspired by the Paulaner monks of Neudeck ob der Au in Munich to consume nothing but beer during Lent.
On April 19, Table Conversation founder Barbara Hansen shared her latest recommendation from a recent trip to Mexico in a post titled Memorable Mole at Fonda Lety, touting the mole rojo and “freshly made steaming hot tortillas.”