Playing evil is more fun than playing good anyway, right?
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Ramin Bahrani makes good drama of bad seeds
ProfessorSalt.comKotteri ramen at YamadayaWhen I heard the news, it was like Christmas in October. Yamadaya, the renowned LA ramen shop, will open store No. 3 in Orange County in late November. There are plans afoot to open a fourth location in Westwood in December, maybe in time for actual Chris ... More >>
Remember The Kimchi Chronicles? The PBS documentary on Korean food featuring Roller Gi--I mean Heather Graham, Wolve--I mean Hugh Jackman, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and his wife Marja (who is half Korean) as host? It will finally start to air tomorrow, July 7 at 7 p.m. on KLCS and July 8 at 2 p.m. ... More >>
Who knew that Wolverine could cook Korean food? The clip you see is a teaser for the PBS series, Kimchi Chronicles, which is a food documentary produced by the same man who gave us Spain...On The Road Again with Mario Batali and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Here's another terrible tequila bottle to ponder: the so-phallic-it's-embarrassing Asombroso. I've had their tequila, and it makes gutter water taste downright Cabernet. Bad-looking tequila bottles were on the agenda this week, along with other issues, all after the jump!
Photo from Wikimedia CommonsKunisGeez, between Edwin's Heather Graham post yesterday and this one, we're becoming a culinary TMZ! Or not...anyhoo, Mila Kunis is another Hollywood hottie who's appearing in some weird film with Natalie Portman called The Black Swan. I probably wouldn't see it--but ... More >>
Rollergirl a.k.a. Felicity Shagwell a.k.a. Hollywood bombshell Heather Graham is going to Korea to film a food show tentatively called Kimchi Chronicles. Don't quite get the connection between this glamorous star and kimchi or Korean food? Well, remember that 2008 series that had Gwyneth Paltro ... More >>
Reviews of Confessions of a Superhero, the Hunting Party, Adrift in Manhattan, and Sex and Breakfast
Cafe Setareh; Gray Matters; Nishabd; The Ultimate Gift
Who at the Los Angeles Times got the idea of allowing moron extraordinaire Joel Stein to pen an anti-war column? We've always loathed Stein, a man whom some enjoy for his inane banter and those of us with a shred of intellect feel is the Times worst editorial decision since putting sports stories on ... More >>
My Liev as a dog
The trend is dead, but the flavor remains