Favorite Posts from February 18 – 24, 2013

Restaurant Culver City

Eddie Lin revealed Ford’s Filling Station is harboring pig skin ramen behind its unassuming walls.

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

Eater LA

On February 22, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang reported G&B Plants a Permanent Coffee Bar in Larchmont, in the former home of a Baskin-Robbins, and is already discussing site-specific options like affogatos and milk shakes.

On February 21, Eater LA contributor Daniela Galarza reported Ruben Umaña Grand Opens Guatelinda This Saturday.

On February 19, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang reported Mon Dieu! Where to Find Faux Gras in Los Angeles, including Alma, Caulfield’s, and Freddy Smalls.

LA Mag

On February 2, LA Mag Digest contributor Linda Burum shared a Frugal Find: Little La Lune in Long Beach’s Little Phnom Penh.

On February 18, LA Mag Digest contributor Eddie Lin reported what happens When Pig Meets Noodle: Pig Skin Ramen at Ford’s Filling Station.

LA Times

On February 18, LA Times staffer Jenn Harris asked 5 Questions for Josef Centeno, including his latest ingredient obsessions and the restaurant he finds himself going to again and again.

Zagat LA

On February 2, Zagat LA editor Lesley Balla shared the Best Thing We Ate For Brunch: Eveleigh’s Spelt Pancakes with poached pear, spiced butter and bay leaf maple syrup.


Joshua Lurie

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