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Food Writer

Interview: Leila Cohan-Miccio, author of Pig: A Restaurant

On January 26, I witnessed a performance of Pig: A Restaurant at the L.A. outpost of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. In the play, writer Leila Cohan-Miccio and star Lauren Conlin Adams (who plays...
Food Poll

Identifying the Most Fleeting Food and Drink

A poll on the Food GPS Facebook page illuminated an important issue facing the culinary world. Certain foods and drinks are just not built to last. Some culinary products start to lose their life...
Paper Flowers

LA Times Food Writers Reminisce About “Golden Era”

If you recently picked up a Zell-era Los Angeles Times, it’s probably hard to imagine that the Food section once ran 90 pages long. However, that was the case under editor Betsy Balsley prior...
Food Movie

Julie & Julia Ticket Giveaway

If you live in Los Angeles and want to see “Julie & Julia” for free, Food GPS has 10 pairs of tickets to an advanced screening. If you want a pair of tickets to...

Ballpark Food in the Tri State Region

A rambling and by no means a comprehensive look at the eats at three prominent baseball stadiums in the Tri-State area – Philadelphia, (New Jersey not represented) and New York. The ballpark closest to...
Chicken

The Most Played Out Dishes and Ingredients (Part 1)

Considering how much we spend at restaurants and bars, there’s no excuse for chefs and bartenders who resort to hackneyed dishes and ingredients. Here are some played out options that should be stricken from...