A selected list of culinary books owned by the Los Angeles Public Library. The Science, Technology & Patents Department at Central Library is well known for its extensive food and cookbook collection. The Culinary Historians of Southern California is an affiliate of the Los Angeles Public Library. Here is a link to the extensive Menu Collection, which is part of Tessa.
From days gone by, some of Hollywood's leading caterers offer menus, recipes and entertaining ideas to try at home.
130 recipes from chef and owner Josef Centeno: main dishes, sauces, soups, salads, desserts and more.
History, nostalgia, memoir and recipes provide a look back at what was an iconic L.A. restaurant.
Over 8,000 restaurants that are in the greater Los Angeles area will give you lots of choices where to eat, nibble, drink and meet. From some of the most classic vintage eateries to mom-and-pop eateries.
Angeleno chef Keith Corbin dishes up great recipes and a memoir about his hard-won road to success as a restaurateur.
Recipes from some of Los Angeles' top chefs, plus anecdotes and inside tips on how to make it all work for you.
First Pulitzer Prize winner for food and restaurant criticism, LA Weekly's Jonathan Gold, has collected over 200 of his best LA eatery discoveries.
Rose Dosti wrote the SOS column in The Los Angeles Times. This is a selection of those recipes from more than 25 years of her work.
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, there are anecdotes, photographs and recipes that cover everything from appetizers to desserts. No, Disneyland is not in Los Angeles, but its creator's studios were in Hollywood.
El Cholo Cafe is a Los Angeles institution dating back to 1922, where there are fourth and fifth generations working at the restaurant. This book combines history, memories and some of the old time recipes.
History and recipes will make you want to visit this legendary food market in DTLA.