Follow these links to read my favorite posts from L.A. food writers over the past week.
Caroline on Crack
On September 10, Caroline on Crack founder Caroline Pardilla shares a photo gallery and recap of KCRW’s 2nd Annual Good Food Pie Contest.
On September 8, Eater LA editor Kat Odell shares “all the delicious details” about Sweet Lady Jane 2.0, the upcoming café and bakery from Jane Lockhart on Santa Monica’s Montana Avenue.
On September 8, Eater LA editor Kat Odell reports George Abou-Daoud To Debut Dessert Bar Gelatovino, which will offer “24 unique gelato flavors along with 10 to 12 dessert wines.”
On September 6, Eating L.A. founder Pat Saperstein reports on Cookbook: Echo Park’s new greengrocer, “a charming little grocery that pretty much puts the seal on the gentrification of Echo Park.”
On September 7, Food Marathon founder Neil embarks on a The Kosher Food Marathon, visiting 11 establishments along Pico Boulevard in Beverlywood.
On September 7, Javier Cabral, better known as The Glutster, takes time from his two-week Mexican sojourn to report on Cemitas El As De Oro (Puebla, PUE; Mexico): The Prideful Sandwich of Puebla, specifically, on the cemita de barbacoa.
On September 12, LA Weekly restaurant critic Jonathan Gold shares his thoughts on Food Trucks, an L.A. staple worth saving, in an op piece.
On September 10, LA Times staff writer Rene Lynch reports on Goodbye, Ciudad. Hello, Border Grill, featuring several quotes on the switch from co-owner Susan Feniger.
On September 9, LA Times staff writer Roger Vincent reports that Chef David Myers buys restaurant space at Hollywood and Vine.
On September 8, Squid Ink contributor Noah Galuten conducts a Q & A With Clippers All-Star Baron Davis: L.A. Native Talks South Central, Crossroads, UCLA and More.
On September 7, Midtown Lunch founder Zach Brooks profiles one of the Chicks With Knives, Rachael Narins, as PROFILE: L.A. Lunch’er “Rachael”, shares her favorite lunch picks.