Le Grand Fooding Crush: Paris-LA
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Le Grand Fooding: gourmet French eats, casually done

  • 19 April 2013

When it comes to food, the French swear by one of two camps.

The stuffy Michelin Guides (they of the stars) or the frolicsome Le Fooding – they who, Monty Python-like, fart in the Michelin Guide's general direction.

In other words, Le Fooding are the fun ones. The ones doing this:

Le Grand Fooding Crush: Paris-LA, a two-day échange culturelle in the Geffen Contemporary's courtyard, coming to town next weekend.

As opposed to a Michelin event, at Le Fooding there are food carts. There are belly dancers. There are wandering musicians. There are — sacrebleu! — sliders.

You’ll see Saturne Paris’s Sven Chartier parked next to local foodtruck guru Roy Choi. And Carolynn Spence (of Chateau Marmont) collaborating with “bestie” Jean-François Piège on a dish they call “Drinkable Pizza.”

Jockeying the tables: French house icon Fred Falke, M83’s Jordan Lawlor and KCRW’s own Mathieu Schreyer.

Plus an exclusive “Foodtrack” prepped by David Lynch.

Which means all you have to bring is a little joie de vivre and an empty stomach.

Now go away, Michelin, or I shall taunt you a second time.

Additional tickets for both nights (April 26th and 27th) go on sale Monday at 10:00 AM thanks to S. Pellegrino. Ignore the "Sold Out" disclaimer. They'll be there.

Photo courtesy of Tina Wong / The Wandering Eater

The Specifics

Le Grand Fooding Crush: Paris-LA

$50
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA 

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