This Week in L.A. Food News: May 24 Edition

The good, the bad, AND the ugly

It’s Friday afternoon. The clock is ticking slower than ever and you’ve already mentally checked out at work. To help pass the time, we present a weekly recap of some of the food-focused gems we’ve mined from our own site and from friends around the interwebs, to help keep you in the know. Read on and try to enjoy your last few hours of office thumb twiddling… that drink will be in your hand soon enough. 

The Good:
LA’s 10 Must-Try Ice Cream Sandwiches [Zagat]
Christina Tosi and Zoe Nathan Give a Science & Food Talk at UCLA + A Pie Personality Quiz
 [Squid Ink] 
The Best Food Moments from Arrested Development, With Recipes [First We Feast]
Hook, Line, And Drinker: L.A.’s Best Sushi Sips [L.A. Mag Digest]
Watch Roy Choi Tour Chinatown With The Hundreds [Grub Street L.A.]

Museums That Chefs Visit [Food GPS] 
This Week in Kuh: Voting, Eating, and Tweeting [L.A. Mag Digest]

The Bad:
One man stops eating food, lives on liquid goo he calls Soylent, and you can too [L.A. Mag]
Whiskey Woes: Buffalo Trace, Eagle Rare & Pappy Van Winkle Fear Shortages [LAist]
Downtown’s French Garden Closing Friday [Squid Ink] 
Jerry’s Famous Deli Done on Beverly, Will Relocate [Eater L.A.]
I Got A Tattoo Of A Tagine And My Mom Freaked Out [Food Republic]

The Ugly:
Chef Blasts ‘this is not a pop-up’ in Massive Facebook Rant [Eater L.A.]