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Michael Voltaggio

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  • The Review: The Royce

    The Review: The Royce
    Keep the fat lady waiting in the wings. It's not over yet. Fine dining, I mean, and the new Royce at the Langham Huntington is proof. The Pasadena hotel could have chosen to turn the Dining Room where Craig Strong (and briefly, Michael Voltaggio) once...
  • William Friedkin to serve as L.A. Film Fest's guest director

     
    William Friedkin, the Academy Award-winning director of 1971's "The French Connection," will serve as guest director of the Los Angeles Film Festival and will screen his new NC-17 movie, "Killer Joe," on June 15, organizers said Tuesday. "Killer Joe" will...
  • Here's who's cooking at the Festival of Books

     
    Guess who's going to be cooking at the 2012 Los Angeles Festival of Books in April. How's this for a lineup? Michael Voltaggio, Gail Simmons, Josiah Citrin, Chris Cosentino, Alice Medrich, Debbie Lee and Anne Burrell. Oh and Nancy Silverton is stopping by...
  • AIA design award winners: La Descarga, Take a Bao, A-Frame, more

     
    AIA design award winners: La Descarga, Take a Bao, A-Frame, more...
  • Food events at the L.A. Times Festival of Books

    Food events at the L.A. Times Festival of Books
    There's going to be a whole lot of cooking going on at the 17th annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on the USC campus Saturday and Sunday. In fact, there's an entire stage devoted to it. Saturday will kick off with Ink's Michael Voltaggio at 10:30...
  • Critic's Notebook: Today's fad, tomorrow's leftovers

    Critic's Notebook: Today's fad, tomorrow's leftovers
    Have you ever noticed that all of a sudden it seems that almost every restaurant you walk into is serving the same dish? Burrata salad, braised pork belly, pig's ears in some form, short ribs—and some version of Nancy Silverton's butterscotch...
  • Three dishes that are the coming thing

    Pot de crème: We've been through chocolate mousse, flourless chocolate cake, crème brûlée, croissant bread pudding, panna cotta and clafouti. It's worth noting that, with the exception of that old faithful, tiramisu, L.A.'s tastes tend to run to French-...
  • MAD2 food symposium in Copenhagen: some highlights

     
    MAD2 food symposium in Copenhagen: some highlights...
  • 'The Exes': 'Top Chef' champ Michael Voltaggio to guest as himself

     
    "The Exes," TV Land's latest comedy, has booked "Top Chef" Michael Voltaggio for an upcoming episode....
  • Do cookbook editors hate Southern California?

     
    My friend Laurie Winer has an interesting piece in LA Weekly complaining that New York publishers are prejudiced against Los Angeles chefs … or at least that they don’t pay them the same respect that they do New Yorkers. This......
  • Festival of Books: Scooby-Doo and twitterati buzz ...

     
    In case you slept in Saturday morning, here's some of what you missed at the L.A. Times Festival of Books. And yes, Scooby-Doo is roaming the fest, too. Overheard at #bookfest: "It's like Disneyland for nerds!" @HuffPostBooks OH at #bookfest:......
  • Critic's Choice: Tapas in L.A.

    Critic's Choice: Tapas in L.A.
    The Spanish are on to a good thing with tapas, those lusty little bites that bars in Spain put out in the early evening. Ever wondered how the Spanish can eat dinner at 11 or later? Because they stave off hunger pangs and socialize earlier in the...