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  • Recipe: Homemade pop tarts

    Recipe: Homemade pop tarts
    Homemade pop tarts Total time: 2 hours Servings: 8 pop tarts Note: The pie dough also makes enough dough for 1 double-crust or 2 single-crust pies. -------------------- Our recipes, your kitchen: If you try any of the L.A. Times Test Kitchen...
  • Scare up an appetite with monster-worthy fare

    Scare up an appetite with monster-worthy fare
    With frightful little creatures ringing the doorbell all evening, Halloween isn't the best time for a sit-down dinner party. But with Oct. 31 falling on the weekend again this year, it'd be a shame to call it a night too early. So invite your friends...
  • How to fight frizzy hair

    Despite our differences and grass-is-always-greener attitudes, there is a common enemy that binds women of all hair types: Frizz. This poufy, unruly mess of fluff can affect us all but it's up to the individual to find a way to fight it. "Frizz is caused...
  • Is your home a haven for allergens?

    Is your home a haven for allergens?
    Some people joke that they're allergic to house cleaning. But in all seriousness, allowing dust and mold to accumulate in your home can be harmful to your health. Endotoxins shed by household dust and mold spores can cause serious allergic responses,...
  • Sneeze-proof your home

    Sneeze-proof your home
    You don't have to look far to find environmental allergy triggers. In fact, nearly all of them can be found inside your home. Fortunately, they're relatively easy to lessen or banish. Follow these tips from allergy specialists to allergy-proof your abode....
  • Food finesse

    Food finesse
    The way you prepare your food can be just as important as what food you eat. Is there any point in eating broccoli, for example, if you cook the life out of its natural carcinogen killers? On the other hand, some foods, such as tomatoes, may offer more...
  • Culinary SOS: Cafe del Rey's Mediterranean pizza

    Culinary SOS: Cafe del Rey's Mediterranean pizza
      Dear SOS: Café del Rey in Marina del Rey serves a Mediterranean pizza that is very different and one of my favorites. Is there any chance you can obtain the recipe? John C. Severino Encino Dear John: We loved the light crust, bright sauce and array...
  • Rex Linn's new home has football party potential

    Rex Linn's new home has football party potential
    After a two-year house hunt, "CSI: Miami" star Rex Linn has bought a Sherman Oaks home for $1,415,000. The actor had been renting a less than 1,000-square-foot John Lautner-designed house nearby for 20 years but decided he was ready to pull the trigger...
  • Vidal Sassoon dies at 84; hair stylist revolutionized the field

    With one high-profile haircut on the Paramount Studios lot, Vidal Sassoon vaulted to fame in Hollywood. Flown in from London, he trimmed the tresses of Mia Farrow for her role in the film "Rosemary's Baby" — a $30 haircut that he calculated cost...
  • Jamie Oliver hits the road

    Jamie Oliver hits the road
    In a downtown parking lot sits one of the most impressive things that Jamie Oliver, the chef-activist-TV personality, has brought to Los Angeles for his "Food Revolution" television show: a red-and-khaki-striped big rig tricked out as a traveling...
  • Culinary SOS: Upper West's roasted veggie burger

    Culinary SOS: Upper West's roasted veggie burger
      Dear SOS: Have you tried the roasted veggie burger at Upper West in Santa Monica? If you haven't, you must. It is hands down the best veggie burger on the planet. Would love to see if the Los Angeles Times Test Kitchen can come up with the recipe....