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  1. Sorry, Craft Services: 'Burnt' Cast Binged on Michelin-Starred Meals Between Takes

    5:30 am 10/27/2015

    "Anything that wasn't nailed down, I inhaled it," said Matthew Rhys. Read more

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  2. Marvel to Create Pop-Up Fine Dining Restaurant in Hong Kong

    1:03 pm 10/23/2015

    The three-day 'Heroes and Villains' eatery will feature a new eight-course meal every night.Read more

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  3. 'Orange Is the New Black' Star Laura Prepon Takes THR's Taste Test

    5:30 am 10/5/2015

    The 'Stash Plan' co-author talks blood sausage, bone broth and big holiday dinners: "There’s something about it that mellows me out."Read more

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  4. Industry Haven Fig & Olive Hit by Salmonella Outbreak

    5:42 pm 9/25/2015

    Food poisoning at the West Hollywood restaurant may have sickened at least a dozen people and might also be linked to salmonella incidents at the upscale Mediterranean chain's Washington, D.C., location.Read more

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  5. Celebrity Chef Kerry Simon Dies at 60

    4:39 pm 9/11/2015

    The 'Iron Chef America' winner and Las Vegas restaurant mainstay who made his name in Manhattan's fine-dining scene (La Cote Basque, Lutece) succumbed to a degenerative neurological disorder.Read more

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  6. 'Burnt' Trailer: Bradley Cooper's Driven Chef Plots Comeback

    10:39 am 8/10/2015

    The first look at the film, previously titled 'Chef' and 'Adam Jones,' debuted on Monday's 'Today' show.Read more

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  7. Whole Foods L.A. Explains "Asparagus Water" Controversy: It Was Supposed to Be "Bone Broth"

    6:15 pm 8/3/2015

    A Brentwood store passed off bottles of water containing raw stalks of the veggie for $5.99.Read more

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  8. The Brilliant, Bitter History of L.A.'s Fabled Ma Maison, Where Welles and Nicholson Were Regulars

    9:00 am 7/24/2015

    Patrick Terrail and Wolfgang Puck remade the Hollywood dining scene in the late 1970s with their celeb-soaked eatery. Today, the two -- having gone through a “really bad divorce” -- recall the days of drama, glory, stars … and what went horribly wrong.Read more

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  9. Mr. Chow and Mercado Chefs on Offensive Historic Menus: "It's So Racist, It Becomes Pop Art"

    10:00 am 7/23/2015

    Michael Chow and Jesse Gomez examine the stereotypes that have dominated L.A.'s ethnic cuisine.Read more

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  10. If These Menus Could Talk: The History of L.A. Power Dining Revealed

    10:00 am 7/22/2015

    Candice Bergen, Jackie Collins and others talk Dino's, Trader Vic's, Chasen's and other iconic eateries that defined the city's culinary hot spots.Read more

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