Find links to some interesting posts from L.A. food writers over the past week.
Caroline on Crack
On November 16, Caroline on Crack founder Caroline Pardilla reported, Picca Restaurant’s New Fall Menu Debuts Tomorrow, including dishes like causa lobster, anticucho pescado, and caygua stuffed with slow-cooked beef, raisins and feta.
On November 15, Eater LA editor Kat Odell went One Year In: Andre Guerrero of Maximiliano, asking the chef-owner about the opening, changes, and upcoming plans.
Grub Street LA
On November 14, Grub Street LA editor Hadley Tomicki reported, Soja Sojibo Overtaking Orris on Sawtelle, building on their success in Torrance.
On November 16, KCET contributor Julie Wolfson interviewed SQIRL founder Jessica Koslow about her new café in a post titled, Toast, Jam and Coffee: L.A.’s New Power Breakfast.
On November 16, LA Mag Digest contributor Caroline Pardilla went Behind the Bartender: Zahra Bates of Providence, who’s leaving Los Angeles “for Atlanta and/or New York.”
On November 15, LA Mag Digest contributor Bill Esparza reported, Cantinho Brasileiro Helps Culver City’s Camaguey Meat Market Rise Again featuring business partners Cristiano Ferrari and Edu Moreira and chef Deise Nulim.
On November 13, LA Mag Digest contributor Bill Esparza praised Sweaty Tacos at El Atoron in Vernon for his second installment of a Vitamina T column.
On November 13, Squid Ink contributor Sarah Bennett spotlighted, A Night With Zymatore Project: Mind-Bending Beers Aged in Weird Wine and Booze Barrels + Tap List Sneak Peek.
On November 16, Zagat LA Blog editor Lesley Balla shared, 5 Hostess Knock-Off Treats in LA, including Ding-A-Lings at Semi Sweet Bakery, Cakewiches and El Rollos from Cake Monkey.