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Best Pasta In Los Angeles

Best Pasta In Los Angeles

Posted on October 30, 2014 at 1:40pm by bredChef08 No Comment

October 17, 2014 • CBS Los Angeles Often associated with fall foliage, crisp weather, pumpkin picking and Halloween, many tend to often overlook October as National Pasta Month. With so many shapes, sizes and earthy flavors to choose from, a savory bowl of pasta is often an immediate reminder of home and the feeling of…

6 Great L.A. Restaurants for Pasta

6 Great L.A. Restaurants for Pasta

Posted on October 30, 2014 at 1:34pm by bredChef08 No Comment

By Angela Matano Thu, Oct 23, 2014 • LA Weekly According to the National Pasta Association, October is National Pasta Month. And while most of us don’t really need a reason to consume mass quantities of carbs, in spite of the world conspiring against us with a variety of scare tactics, why not take the…

Season’s Eatings

Season’s Eatings

Posted on October 5, 2014 at 2:43pm by bredChef08 Comments Off

9.24.2014 By Jeffrey Urquhart The most important meal of the day? All of them. Check out these savory, sweet & boozy offerings to tempt your taste buds in coming months Culinary ingenuity has expanded far beyond the dinner table, with restaurants serving up their finest fare (and tastiest drinks) around the clock. Here, the savory,…

Why Milo and Olive is the Best Restaurant in Los Angeles

Why Milo and Olive is the Best Restaurant in Los Angeles

Posted on September 28, 2014 at 8:48am by bredChef08 Comments Off

by Ira Israel, Huffington Post, 9/16/14 When I am not busy teaching mindfulness, I am busy ruminating over important philosophical questions such as “What is the meaning of soup?” Personally I equate soup with living in abundance. I think of foragers before the agricultural revolution going out into the wild and finding TOO MUCH food…

Best Pizza Places in the U.S.

Best Pizza Places in the U.S.

Posted on September 11, 2014 at 12:00pm by bredChef08 Comments Off

The latest from Food & Wine Magazine Top chefs and legendary bakers are among the new breed of pizzaiolo who are just as fanatical about the temperature of their ovens as they are about the provenance of their ingredients. Here, F&W names the best places for pizza around the country from these new guard spots—including…

California Comfort Food

California Comfort Food

Posted on August 11, 2014 at 2:15pm by bredChef08 Comments Off

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Milo & Olive Kouign Amann Strawberry Tart (Food of the Week)

Milo & Olive Kouign Amann Strawberry Tart (Food of the Week)

Posted on August 11, 2014 at 1:56pm by bredChef08 Comments Off

By Joshua Lurie | June 16, 2014 From www.foodgps.com For most bakers, it would be more than satisfying to deliver a simple kouign amann, the flaky, buttery, Brittany-style pastry that’s become increasingly prevalent in Los Angeles and throughout the United States. Thankfully, Zoe Nathan, of of L.A.’s leading pastry stars, decided to use her kouign…

5 Places for Bread Lovers to Visit

5 Places for Bread Lovers to Visit

Posted on August 11, 2014 at 1:46pm by bredChef08 Comments Off

From SF Gate, Friday June 6, 2014 Ever dream of traveling to Paris for the perfect baguette? Or to Italy for focaccia baked at the source? You can’t live on it alone, but bread certainly is more than a mealtime sidekick, and it has inspired foodies and bakers to travel the world. If you’re short…

To Indulge: Milo & Olive

To Indulge: Milo & Olive

Posted on August 11, 2014 at 1:40pm by bredChef08 Comments Off

From stylebistro.com By Kate Wolfson on May 13, 2014 Baked goods and pizza are a major part of my diet – I have my Brooklyn roots to thank for my insatiable appetite for everything doughy – and whenever I need to impress my fellow carb-obsessed friends and family, Santa Monica’s Milo & Olive restaurant is…

The Dough Also Rises

The Dough Also Rises

Posted on August 11, 2014 at 1:29pm by bredChef08 Comments Off

From The Tasting Table: The Dough Also Rises 4/9/14 We Highlight Our Favorite L.A. Loaves… Our city still has its fair share of carb-phobes, which is a good thing, really: that just means more bread for the rest of us. From soft potato bread and eggy challah to hearty pecan raisin loaves and beautiful baguettes,…