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Michael Voltaggio

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  • Public Kitchen: A new spot for pre-theater dining in Hollywood

     
    I’m always getting letters from readers asking where they can eat before a performance at the Pantages or somewhere else nearby. And until Cleo at the Redbury Hotel and Delphine at the W Hollywood opened, I was stumped. Now we......
  • Trying to get a reservation at Michael Voltaggio's Ink?

     
    If, like me, you’re trying to get a reservation at Michael Voltaggio’s new restaurant, Ink, but are having trouble -- i.e., when you click on the reservations page the link has disappeared -- that means all the reservations for a......
  • 5 Questions for Jeff Mahin

     
    Jeff Mahin is chef-partner of Stella Rossa Pizza Bar in Santa Monica. As the son of a scientist and engineer, the 27-year-old followed in his family's footsteps by studying science and math at UC Berkeley before landing a job as......
  • Friday's Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 9 - 15 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Oct. 9 - 15 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • Bäco Mercat brings the bäco to downtown

     
    Meet the "bäco," chef Josef Centeno's hybrid flatbread creation. It's the main attraction at Centeno's new restaurant, Bäco Mercat, on Main Street downtown, slated for a late-October opening....
  • This week's recipes from the L.A. Times Test Kitchen

     
    Food deputy editor Betty Hallock gives us some more ideas for our Thanksgiving leftovers by revisiting the turkey sandwich. Also: The surprisingly easy world of homemade mustard....
  • Holiday Gift Guide

     
    No gimmicks here, just our straight-up annual guide to the best in holiday presents for you and yours....
  • Decline of Western civilization: Famous chefs division

     
    Who is the most famous chef in America? Here's a hint: It's not Thomas Keller, or Nancy Silverton, or even Wolfgang Puck. According to a Web outfit called PeekYou, it's Bobby Flay....
  • Holiday restaurant roundup: Even more

     
    Holiday restaurant roundup....
  • Chefs fight foie gras ban, plan simultaneous blow-out dinners

     
    More than 100 California chefs have formed a group called the Coalition for Humane and Ethical Farming Standards (yes, the acronym spells CHEFS) to fight California's pending ban on foie gras. The ban on fattened duck or goose liver is set to take...
  • 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...