On LAist, I write about the history of the nearly century-old “Witch’s House” in Beverly Hills. The creepy property first got its start as a film studio set and later became a private residence where thousands of trick-or-treaters visit each year. Read the full article on LAist.
In Los Angeles Magazine’s November 2016 “Sweets!” print edition, I present a flow chart on where to get whole cakes in LA, for that last-minute party to special birthday.
On KCET, I write the web copy for “Migrant Kitchen,” a stellar web series made in collaboration with Life & Thyme about the immigrant stories behind some of the most notable restaurants in Los Angeles. Read about and watch the full series on KCET.
On LA Weekly, I write about the best take-out windows in L.A., from modern twists on Filipino fare to deeply indulgent breakfast biscuit sandwiches. Read the full article on LA Weekly.
On LAist, I write a guide on how to do a weekend getaway right in Ojai, a charming and gorgeous bohemian city just an hour-and-a-half drive from LA. Read the full article on LAist.
On LA Weekly, I write about Fritzi’s new Scandinavian-style brunch, where you can get to mix and match a handful of different breakfast dishes. It’s like a “Choose Your Own Adventure” for food. Read the full article on LA Weekly.
On LA Weekly, I write about the new foodie destinations in Pasadena, from a gastropub making some killer French dip sandwiches, to a seafood restaurant that’s putting a modern spin on French technique. Read the full article on LA Weekly.
On LAist, I write about Descanso Gardens’ new restaurant Maple that’s now serving brunch with Southern and Latin flavors. Read the full article on LAist.