Chef Michael Hung says, “Music and food, as forms of craft, are deeply connected.” Check out his 2014 Hollywood Bowl picnic recipes.
Chef Ori Menashe says, “Listening to music gives me a great boost of adrenaline. It helps me prepare and push through long 16-18 hour shifts.” Check out his 2014 Hollywood Bowl Picnic Recipes.
Susan Feniger of Mud Hen Tavern, is a beloved personality whose innovation and adventurous palate have shaped the contemporary L.A. dining scene, check out her 2014 Hollywood Bowl Picnic Recipes.
Michael Teich of The Wallace, an inviting, eclectic restaurant in Culver
City offers three recipes for the perfect Hollywood Bowl picnic.
Chef David Myers says, ““Music makes everything better. I listen to music when I do just about anything…” Check out his 2013 Hollywood Bowl picnic recipe.
Susan Feniger says, “Summer means great produce, warm nights, and of course the Hollywood Bowl!” Check out her 2013 Hollywood Bowl picnic recipe.
Chef Giselle Wellman says, “When life gets a little shaken up, it’s great to know that I can always rely on the comfort I feel when I play music while cooking.” Check out her 2013 Hollywood Bowl picnic recipe.
Govind Armstrong says, “When I’m cooking in the kitchen, I find music essential.” Check out his 2013 Hollywood Bowl picnic recipe.
John-Carlos Kuramoto saya, “Music and food are one in the same. Food requires harmony, as much as music does.” Check out his 2013 Hollywood Bowl Picnic recipes.
Chef Joachim Splichal says, “Whenever I visit the Hollywood Bowl, it brings back fond memories of my mother cooking and listening to beautiful music.” Check out his 2013 Hollywood Bowl picnic recipes.