Follow these links to read my favorite posts from L.A. food writers over the past week.
Caroline on Crack
On September 24, Caroline on Crack founder Caroline Pardilla recovers from Blogger Prom in time to post about All About Andy: The Warholian Exhibit at Royal/T Cafe.
On September 24, Eating LA founder Pat Saperstein reports ”Lardon: One bacon truck to rule them all, saying it’s “off to a savory start,” but “is still getting its bacon legs.”
On September 26, LA Times staffer Noelle Carter has Deep-fried fun at the L.A. County Fair. Chicken Charlie even invites her to bring something to fry.
On September 23, Squid Ink contributor Noah Galuten finds out where 10 local restaurants are feeding their employees in a regular feature called Staff Meals Today. Learn where staffers enjoy “fried chicken livers and fried turkey testicles with crushed potatoes and arugula salad.”
On September 25, Matthew “Mattatouille” Kang visits Bill and Hiroko’s – Van Nuys, CA and writes that Bill Elwell’s burger may be “the quintessential American burger of the mid-century.”
On September 21, Midtown Lunch founder Zach Brooks profiles L.A. Lunch’er “Lindsay”, the co-editor of LAist.
Street Gourmet LA
On September 21, Street Gourmet LA founder Bill Esparza declares For Unlawful Carne asada Knowledge – Mexicali Taco & Co. Takes Los Angeles. He claims that “they’re bringing the only true carne asada in town.”
On September 21, Table Conversation founder Barbara Hansen covers A Shocking Wine, Spirits Show at Waterloo & City, highlighting Malbec, Pisco, Mezcal and “a non-stop parade of spectacular appetizers.”