Simple, easy, approachable—these are words that may be used to describe dishes at Sqirl. But the Los Angeles–based cafe did not become one of the most popular restaurants in the city by making dishes in a simple, easy, or approachable fashion. Dave speaks to Sqirl’s chef and owner, Jessica Koslow, about pioneering in breakfast cuisine, the bias against “common” foods, and influencing the rest of the food world.
Breaking the Ceiling on Breakfast, With Jessica Koslow
Dave speaks to Sqirl’s chef and owner, Jessica Koslow, about pioneering in breakfast cuisine
Logan and Rob also talk about Malcolm Brogdon going to the Celtics
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Juliet is joined by L.A Times entertainment writer Amy Kaufman to discuss her and Meg James’s bombshell piece about film producer Randall Emmett, and more
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