Can’t keep your hands off corn? We get it. It’s even harder to pick a favorite way to eat it — grilled, popped, baked or boiled. How is it possible we’ve discovered so many amazing ways to enjoy this bright yellow veggie? We’ve had 10,000 years to tinker with new corn dishes since the indigenous people of Mexico first domesticated maize, more commonly known as corn.
With the summertime heat melting us on the daily — at the office, on weekend adventures and everything in between — everyone’s craving their favorite cold desserts. Whether you like a classic, simple lemon sorbet or go all out for artisan black ice cream, there’s something for every palette.
Corn dishes in LA come in so many forms — grilled, popped, baked, boiled and more — and we can’t get enough! Looking for some amazing ways to enjoy the bright yellow veggie? Check out these 4 different preparations to make summer in LA that much sweeter.
Charcoal. Angular. Barnyard. No doubt about it, people describe wine in some pretty weird ways. But you shouldn’t need a pocket dictionary to sound like a wine sophisticate and order a glass you’ll enjoy. Luckily, knowing a few choice pieces of wine vocab can go a long way.
Osteria Morini has been dedicated to the food and drink of Emilia-Romagna, a region of northern Italy, since it opened in 2010.
This past spring, we presented a list of some of our favorite burger places from coast-to-coast. Since then, many more delightfully saucy patties cropped up on the scene and we can’t try them fast enough.
Ever wonder, “What are fermented foods?” You’re not alone. Some of our favorite parts of everyday meals — like yogurt, pickles, kimchi or kombucha — just so happen to be fermented. Touted as being among the world’s healthiest things to eat and drink, fermented foods are great for digestion and filled with “good” gut bacteria. They’ve become a popular additions to many restaurant menus, as well as the latest diet trends, including Paleo and Whole30, because of all the positive health (not to mention flavor) boosts.
Ever since Sriracha exploded a few years ago, the amount of spicy food on any given restaurant menu has reached new heights. Changing consumer tastes and changing demographics have called for more fiery foods and restaurants are spicing up their offerings. Think about it — when was the last time you were in a restaurant that didn’t have hot sauce on hand?
We’re used to waking up to all kinds of eggs — scrambled, fried or sunny side — to jumpstart our mornings. It’s time our lunches and mid-afternoon breaks were filled with them, too! From deviled eggs to decadent pasta sauces, these perfect little proteins are delighting us from dawn to dusk.
Having great manners never goes out of style. From tactfully letting the chef know about a food allergy to the proper way to eat finger foods, good table etiquette can go a long way.