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LA's Best Burritos, White Truffle Madness, and More A.M. Intel

Plus, how you can help to grow a better grain.

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The Corner Door
The Corner Door
Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

What's Brian Huskey up to?

OC Weekly catched up with the Top Chef to talk more about his beachy concept Tackle Box, which is currently thriving in Newport Beach. It's an interesting read featuring one of the more thoughtful guys in the industry, about why he's going fast casual, and where he's headed next.

J. Gold touts the city's burrito scene

Here's a quick-hit list (filled with no new names, really, just classics) of the city's best burritos. They mostly reside in the East LA area, and make for a great, if hearty, midday meal.

Back to the Future Day

It's going down at the Corner Door in Culver City, where not only are there drink specials all night long tomorrow night, they're also going to be screening the film.

Thai Town's best eats

Discover LA has a great new look at the best overall dining spots in Thai Town, from Ruen Pair and Jitlada to Harvard & Stone and Armenian favorite Sahag's Basturma.

White truffles are flying at The Bazaar

Starting Thursday, SAAM at The Bazaar is going to be rocking the white truffles hard with a $350, 16-course all-truffle menu. And yes, you can scale up to include a wine pairing along the way as needed too.

Help California grow better grain

If you've watched Dan Barber's episode of Chef's Table, you know how heated some folks get when talking about grain. Zach Hall of Clark Street Bread is one such person, and he's throwing his weight behind the Tehachapi Grain Project, a new crowdfunded campaign aimed at bringing heirloom, drought-resistant grains back to California. Here's their pitch, in video form: