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Blog Has Moved!

Hi fans and followers! Just letting you know I will no longer be posting on WordPress! I have redesigned me website and now all new blogs and recipes will be posted at http://www.thefoodpervert.com!  Check out my premiere post now!

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Thanksgiving: Where to eat in LA

Want to leave the cooking to someone else this year?  You’re in luck, as always our wonderful city is offering some great Thanksgiving alternatives to staying at home that will keep you stuffed all night long! The Blvd at the Beverly Wilshire Chef Claudia Fossa has prepared a 3-course, $125 menu to celebrate Thanksgiving in […]

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New Orleans to New York City: Part I

Last month I took myself on a delicious foodie vacation.  First stop, was New Orleans for four days of po’ boys, oysters, beignets, and the Louisiana Seafood Festival.  Then it was off to New York to visit friends and get a pastrami and pizza fix for another four days.  Mid-October is an incredible time to […]

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Doma Bella!

Dustin J. Trani knows what’s up.  The Executive Chef of Doma, in Beverly Hills, is throwing down incredible dishes…probably some of the best things you haven’t tasted…yet.  The menu is classic with an innovative twist.  As food lovers and frequent diners, we love to be surprised right?  When a chef can make us “oooh” and […]

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Hot Chef September: Ari Taymor

Smoked. Lavender.  Duck.  Three sexy words in my culinary dictionary and what chef-on-the-rise, Ari Taymor, was preparing during his recent cooking demo at the Los Angeles Times Taste event that closed summer with a delicious bang.  Despite having a close mutual friend, I had never met Chef Taymor, but had heard only amazing things about his […]

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Go South: Jackson’s Food + Wine

Where do you live?  West Hollywood?  Los Feliz?  Santa Monica?  Downtown?  Think El Segundo is too far for dinner?  I used to think so too.  However, recently I have been exposed to some quite impressive dining delights in the South Bay.  Most recently I attended a tasting at Jackson’s Food + Drink.  Standing between two […]

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LA is one Tasty City

While some food perverts will be spending Labor Day Weekend at beaches, lakes, or backyard bbq’s, plenty will be attending THE TASTE  presented by the L.A. Times at Paramount Studios.  This  impressive food event embraces LA’s top shelf restaurants for three days of incredible flavors and palate experiences.  Co-hosts this year include Michael Cimarusti (Providence, […]

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The Tasting Kitchen

It’s almost embarrassing to admit that it has taken me until now, Summer 2013, to get into Venice’s culinary must-try The Tasting Kitchen.  My excuse is that “I just don’t get to the West Side very often.” Which is true, and it kills me because I know there are so many amazing restaurants in this […]

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Pour Haus…an Unexpected Surprise.

“We could go to Church and State…”  I suggested to my friend Maureen as our starving and barely functioning brains tried to summon up dinner options.  We had just gotten out of a film festival screening, downtown, which we arrived to starving, so now we were ravenous.  Desperate.  Like, could-have-eaten-a-napkin starving.  “Yeah, that sounds fine […]

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Brunching on Rodeo

Waffles, omelettes, prime rib, bottomless mimosas…some of my very best friends and also hot brunch items available at the only rooftop brunch in Beverly Hills!  I had a wonderful time sitting in the sun, listening to live jazz and eating this past weekend at the Luxe Hotel on Rodeo Drive.  If you’re going to treat […]

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