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Los Angeles In Cakes

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Have you ever seen those cake shows where normal bakers are tasked with wild challenges like making a replica of something only with desserts? You know those shows! There are a ton of them and they all have their own charms.

Last weekend, there was a rare happening that borrowed from those cake shows that took place in the bottom floor of the Beverly Hills Neiman Marcus. The store featured what felt like an endless amount of cakes made in the form of Los Angeles landmarks. They were not only a testament to local culinary, cake talents but were wonderful representations of some of Los Angeles’ most well known architecture. It was a delicious happening.

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Take Home Top Chef With The Fare Trade

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A few weeks ago we were approached by The Fare Trade to participate in something they are calling All Is Fare. A little context: Fare Trade is a new monthly culinary subscription concept from locals Jake Ahles and Max Block that gets home chefs foodie treats curated by well known chefs. All Is Fare is a “competition” where the brand select dueling people to use the month’s products to make recipes.

When we were asked to participate, we immediately thought game on and went into Top Chef mode, planning to take each other down in a Quickfire Challenge. We set a full Sunday aside to prepare and make the dishes and found a great venue and audience for it (AKA, family) and set out to make two dishes that would flaunt the ingredients—but also put up a good foodie fight. If you’ve been missing Top Chef, get ready for a very LA competition along with a few recipes told through photos.

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Finding Sanity Amidst Taco Madness

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It all started in 2009, a proposal by our friends over at LA Taco. What if you had a bracket style tournament of tacos. Not just a group of sixteen, but 32. Give the readers over a month of driving and eating to make their choices. Each week, lowest voters get eliminated, culminating in a group of eight finalists. Finally let’s get them all in one location. With DJs, a beer garden, and one of the most beautiful locations in the city. What can I say – Taco Madness becomes the greatest free party in downtown.

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Living And Sustaining A Creative Life Sharon Louden LACMA

To celebrate her book, artist Sharon Louden will be coming to LACMA for a discussion and book signing of her new piece Living And Sustaining A Creative Life. It’s April 21 and will include a panel of speakers from Randy Sommer of ACME to George Stoll.

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Freeway Studies Insidue The Quad Otis

For the second of their road studying shows, Otis is presenting Freeway Studies< #2. It’s a group show featuring “work by 31 contemporary artists whose studios are located inside the border defined by the following freeways: I-405, I-110, I-10 and I-105.”

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Marco Wolowlec Anat Ebgi

Anat Egbi has a showing of work from Margo Wolowiec opening April 19. It’s a solo showing of woven works made from threads printed from various social media sites. Interesting! On view through May 31.

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CalArts Print Fair 2014

Every year CalArts has a big print fair from students sharing zines, prints, and homemade goods—and it’s always great. It’s happening on April 19: if you are in town, take a day trip to check it out!

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