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Noah Galuten
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As a writer for LA Weekly's Squid Ink, Noah covered all angles of L.A.'s food news beat, and at his nationally acclaimed food blog Man Bites World, Noah explored the myriad ethnic foods of Los Angeles in his quest to eat a different country's cuisine every single day in a row. Noah's gastronomic chops come not only from food journalism but also from working in the restaurant industry, at both the front of the house and now back of the house, as he prepares to open a much-anticipated barbecue hotspot in Hollywood.

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Brave New World of Baking [WATCH]

(0) Comments | Posted December 17, 2012 | 2:25 PM

In the latest episode of The Food Feeder, we point out the existence of a Cheetos-flavored macaron (not to be confused with a macaroon), which Manhattan's Macaron Parlour unleashed just before Halloween. And to our surprise, people seem to like it.

But what's the point in taking a...

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The Food Stamp Challenge Wormhole [VIDEO]

(1) Comments | Posted December 4, 2012 | 6:09 PM

People got pretty upset with Fox News political analyst Andrea Tantaros a few weeks back. They had been discussing the "Food Stamp Challenge," which asks people to live off of $130 a month for food. When asked if she could do it, Tantaros answered, "I should try it because, do...

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WATCH: Cooking In The Information Age

(0) Comments | Posted November 30, 2012 | 12:30 PM

In this week's episode of The Food Feeder, we did a short segment about an article by Ferran Adria -- the chef Anthony Bourdain recently called, "the Jimi Hendrix of cooking." In the article, Adria talks about shutting down his massively acclaimed restaurant El Bulli, and devoting his...

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A Newfound Respect for Martha Stewart

(0) Comments | Posted November 16, 2012 | 7:37 PM

As I often say (whilst re-appropriating a quote from Calvin Trillin): Everyone thinks that their mom makes the best pie in the world, but somebody is right and it just so happens to be me. So when it was suggested by the good people at Tasted.com that my

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What You're Really Paying For With Culinary Exclusivity

(1) Comments | Posted November 14, 2012 | 10:50 AM

Does a slab of ribs from a dirt-road smokehouse taste better if you got to it before Anthony Bourdain told the whole world it was good? If you eat huitlachoche-stuffed rabbit leg on a bed of tortilla puree, but forgot to upload it onto Instagram, did you really eat it?...

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