LOS ANGELES —When diners gathered at the restaurant Cube here earlier this month for a special dinner highlighting artisanal ingredients, they got more than just a taste of some delicious salumi, cheeses and produce. The evening was one that Cube billed as a “Maker’s Night,” and diners were nibbling their Italian-style cured meats in the company of Armandino Batali, founder of the Seattle-based salumeria where the tasty bites were made. —When diners gathered at ...

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