What to Look For at L.A.'s Best Butcher ShopsShow your neighborhood butcher some love, and let the meat maestros’ expertise add to the thrill of the grill.For big and beefy steaks…EatalyIf you’re looking to throw down on dry-aged steaks, the massive butcher counter at Century City’s Eataly feels like Christmas. The Italian culinary complex is…
How to Source Fresh Fish Like a ProAt the Joint in Sherman Oaks, a smorgasbord of fresh seafood lines a pristine 16-foot-long case. To keep his neighborhood fish market and café stocked, owner and chef Liwei Liao visits wholesalers downtown several times a week to handpick selections with sustainability and seasonality in mind. We shadowed…
L.A.'s Craft Chocolate Scene Is Blowing UpSingle-origin, bean-to-bar, dark, milk, ganache, bonbon: Craft chocolate in L.A. takes many styles and forms. Uniting them all, though, is a growing wave of artisanal chocolatiers focused on creating treats that look as exquisite as they taste.Valerie Gordon, whose pioneering Westlake shop, Valerie Confections, debuted in 2004, now sells…
What to Look For at L.A.'s Best International MarketsIn Los Angeles, you don’t need a passport to sample the finest foodstuffs China, El Salvador, or Armenia have to offer. Here are some destinations that will spice up your pantry.Northgate GonzalezThis Latino supermarket chain is nearly a dozen strong and serves as a larder for home…
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