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Tag Archives: ricotta
Veni, Vidi, Vino
Ombra Ristorante Studio City (Los Angeles), California Chef Michael Young has transformed the former Bollywood Cafe in Century City into a modern, formal but friendly classic Italian restaurant featuring the cuisine he perfected cutting his teeth at Il Grano, Valentino, … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged Agnolotti al Plin, arancini, Arneis, Barbera D'Asti, beef, CA, California, caponata, Castiglione Barolo, Century City, cheese, chef, eggplant, Italian, L.A., LA, Los Angeles, Michael Young, Ombra, pairing, panna cotta, Parmesan, Paso Prime, Paso Robles, Perbacco Nebbiolo, radicchio, ravioli, rice, ricotta, risotto, Ristorante, Santa Maria, Santa Ynez, Sicilian, spezzatino, stew, Tre Vigne, tuna, veal, Vietti, vitello tonnato, wine 2 Comments
Val’s Big Adventure
The Tim Burton exhibit at LACMA, Ray’s and Stark Bar Los Angeles CA If Tim Burton was a band he’d undoubtedly be Pink Floyd – the nonsensical absurdity of Syd Barrett folded into the childhood angst and lament of Roger … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California, USA Tagged Allan Benton bacon, avocado, Batman, bay scallops, Beetlejuice, boudin blanc, CA, chile relleno, Don Martin, Dr. Burton, Edward Scissorhands, Ellen Palevsky Cup Collection, gnudi, golden watermelon, L.A., LA, LACMA, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Nightmare Before Christmas, okra, pork belly, quail, rabbit, Ray's and Stark Bar, razor clams, ricotta, The Corpse Bride, Tim Burton 4 Comments
Leave A Donation, Take The Cannoli
10th Annual Galbani Italian Feast of San Gennaro Hollywood, California Growing up in the Boston area meant looking forward to the cultural food-centric block parties in the Catholic parishes of the Italian neighborhoods held for the saints’ feast days: Rocco, … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Happenings (Events) Tagged accordion, Adam Carolla, anise, Austyn Gabig, biscotti, CA, Calabria, California, cannoli, cheese, Christopher Macchio, cupcakes, Daryl Hall, dough, Feast of San Gennaro, Hollywood, Italian, Italy, Januarius, Jimmy Kimmel, long neck clams, Mark Giovi, Mass, meatball, Miss San Gennaro, Monsignor Cacciapuoti, mozzarella, My Sweet Mini, Naples, pasta, pasta e fagioli, patron saint, pizza, Precious Cheese, Prima Notte, ravioli, ricotta, Rocco's Tavern, Rosa Graziano, Rosa's Bella Cucina, Sarah Ketelhut, sausage, sfogliatelle, truck, Vito's Pizza, zeppole Comments Off on Leave A Donation, Take The Cannoli
A Tale of Two Parties, Part II
Fig & Olive’s Opening Party West Hollywood, California Having escaped a hangover after having attending the 5th Anniversary party at Ford’s Filling Station in Culver City, I braced myself for what undoubtedly would become one of the culinary social events … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Happenings (Events) Tagged 10 Cane Rum, almond, Amarena, artichoke, bell pepper, blackberry, boquerone, bresaola, CA, California, carpaccio, champagne, Chandon, charmoula, cheese, chef, cherries, Crimini, crostini, cucumber, dessert, fig, Fig & Olive, Fig and Olive, fish soup, France, Frédéric Fekkai, French, gin, goat cheese, juice, Julien Nolan, Laurent Halasz, limehors d'oeuvres, Manchego, Mas Candill, mascarpone, mayor, Moët, Mougins, Moulin de Mougins, mushroom, oil, olive, Parmesan, Pascal Lorange, peppercorn, pine nuts, piscine, pistachio, prosciutto, red carpet, Richard Galy, ricotta, Rimauresq, rosemary, salmon, sardine, Sebastien Chambru, Serges Gouloumes, shortbread, strawberries, syrup, thyme, tilapia, tomato, tree, truffle, West Hollywood, wine, zucchini Comments Off on A Tale of Two Parties, Part II
Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff
The Glendon Los Angeles, California When I arrived at The Glendon’s new menu item media tasting, I noticed the fare for the evening was billed as tapas. Although tapas has a centuries-old history starting in Spain in the 13th century, … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna), USA Tagged aioli, asparagus, bacon, baked, barbecue, BBQ, beef, black bean, brie, buffalo, CA, calamari, California, caprese, cheese, chef, eggplant, fig, First Date, Frank Sinatra, fried, goat, hummus, Korean, LA, Los Angeles, meatballs, mozzarella, Nick Jacobs, pork, pork belly, potato, Radio Boca, red pepper, ricotta, soup, Spain, squid, Sriracha, taco, tapas, tartare, Tempranillo, The Glendon, Thunderbird, Valencia, Westwood, whiskey, wine, zinfandel 2 Comments