The treatise on the disastrous Hyperion Pub brunch ain’t quite ready yet. In the meantime:
There is a charity kosher brunch being held at the Temple Beth Am. This is absolutely a charity move, as the brunch is $125. But when was the last time you brunched at a temple with six LA Jewish chefs? Probably never. Rest assured, you won’t run into a restaurant food blogger carrying an SLR here. The meal is to sponsor “Project Chicken Soup” of Culver City, which delivers “home kosher meal deliveries for people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer or other serious illnesses.”
The kosher menu and chefs below. Of note, since La Seine is officially gone, this is only place to taste Alex Reznick’s cooking before he pops up elsewhere.
Parsley Frittata with Breadcrumbs
Chilled Asian Noodles with Deviled Egg and Sriracha Sauce
Kale Caesar Salad with Olive Oil Croutons and Parmesan
Potato and Apple Kugel with Garlic Horseradish Crust
Roasted Autumn Vegetables
Temple Beth Am
Sunday, November 11, 2012
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Or: (310) 836-5402
Californians voted last night, and Prop 37 (The Right to Know) didn’t pass because there are 22YOs who think $0.99 burgers are funny:
And LA, driven by LA Times’s denouncement of Prop 37, lags far behind even Oakland in support of GMO labeling. The voting results map on KCET shows the voting percentages of each precinct:
So, this is why New Yorkers still think LA doesn’t know good food, and SF still leads LA in (Western) restaurant trends. We might as well be Kentucky.
Final note, some doofus stole a Beatles poster from our pals at Hot Red Bus. Seriously, cleptos have problems. While this wasn’t as costly as Mother Moo’s AWOL cow, it’s much more ironic since the poster declares “All We Need is Love”. Apparently all you need is a stolen poster. Suck it thieves. Now let’s all go chomp on some masala covered fish and chips, which is Hot Red Bus’s new off-the-menu special, but only when they’re making chicken tikka masala.
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