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Wine and Cheese at Olive & Thyme

Cheese is a natural choice for wine pairing. We could live off cheese, wine, and cured meats alone. Maybe the French have something going there. Olive & Thyme, Burbank’s favorite gourmet cafe and marketplace is offering wine and cheese lovers a unique opportunity to rub elbows with cheesemonger Tyler Schwarz. Owner Melina Davies has hand-slected […]

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It’s Better With Cheddar – Tillamook Kitchen Takeover

Cheese George, Cheese! Tillamook’s Loaf Love Tour is back in LA and to celebrate they are partnering with three of their Tillamook Kitchen signature chefs tomorrow, September 27 for an all-day Tillamook Kitchen Takeover. Who doesn’t love a good hunk of cheese? Well, get your cheese on this Thursday at The Grilled Cheese Truck, simplethings […]

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Red White and Rhone at Morels

As soon as Morel’s at the Grove opened up, it became my favorite restaurant at the Vegas-like mall. You wouldn’t guess it. At The Grove? But this is one of the best steakhouses in town. A casual French Bistro on the bottom, grab some Moules Frites and sit down for some of the best people […]

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Artisan Cheese with The Cheese Impresario

Cheese is such a wonderful and complex food. Similar to grapes and wine making, you can take cow, sheep or goat’s milk, and depending on whom the cheese maker is, get a completely different type of cheese from each person. Maybe that’s why they go so good together. Cheese and wine are like peanut butter […]

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Cheesey goodness at Surfas

As if Surfas in Culver City didn’t have enough going for it. A cafe, a wonderful selection of frozen prepared foods, sauces, cured meats, butters, oils, vinegar, baking supplies & cooking utensils, pots & pans, knives and all sorts of other cooking ecstasy. They’ve now added a cheese bar. Open now, but the official grand […]

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French dining in the French Riviera

In France my food expectations were slightly lowered. I didn’t really know what to expect. My experience with French food has been the a couple visits to Comme Ca and the occasional steak frittes in the states. Did I expect to find good French food? Not really, that doesn’t mean there isn’t any. I just […]

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