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  • In Beijing, Peking duck is king

    In Beijing, Peking duck is king
    In Beijing, the culinary icon is Peking duck, a dish as old as the Ming Dynasty. BEIJING — Chicago has its hot dogs; Philadelphia adores its cheesesteaks. In Beijing, the culinary icon is Peking duck, a dish as old as the Ming Dynasty. Beijing...
  • Stockpile for soup

    Stockpile for soup
    It's that time of year when the bills arrive and we vow to cut back. (Ditto when we step on the bathroom scale.) But how, we wonder. The solution rang clear after a recent Sunday leisurely spent replenishing the freezer basics: homemade broth. Rich...
  • Converting a blunder into a flavoring treasure

    Converting a blunder into a flavoring treasure
    Some specialty ingredients, such as prosciutto, the Italian cured ham, can be quite expensive, demanding consideration when we buy them. Which is why a recent shopping blunder left me feeling quite foolish. For a braised pork recipe, I needed a few...
  • The California Cook: Gougères, ready in a flash

    The California Cook: <i>Goug&#232;res, </i>ready in a flash<i> </i>
    As a cook, I am prone to enthusiasms and sometimes, perhaps more often than occasionally, they can be a bit excessive. I readily admit that. But, please, trust me on this one: Frozen gougères are the best thing I've discovered this year. No, really....
  • Buy in bulk to save and put healthier meat on the table

    Buy in bulk to save and put healthier meat on the table
    I care about the cost of the food I buy. They don't call me The Frugalista for nothing. But I also care about feeding my family a healthful diet, and about being socially responsible with my shopping. All these concerns come to a head with one food:...
  • Holiday Recipes With A Healthy Makeover

    Holiday Recipes With A Healthy Makeover
    It happens to the best of us every year. From Thanksgiving till New Year's, we navigate through endless nutritional land mines: cookie swaps and bottomless candy bowls; office potlucks with the requisite starchy crock-pot comfort foods; cocktail parties...
  • 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....
  • Recipe: Baby artichoke gratin

    Recipe: Baby artichoke gratin
      Baby artichoke gratin Total time: 50 minutes Servings: 8 to 10 -------------------- Our recipes, your kitchen: If you try any of the L.A. Times Test Kitchen recipes from this week's Food section, please share it with us: Click here to upload...
  • How to correctly clean your water bottle

    How to correctly clean your water bottle
    With hundreds of portable reusable water bottles on the market, choosing one depends on what you need it for (a workout, cycling, desk duty), how you sip (via straw, spout, etc.) and whether you like glass, stainless steel or plastic. Once you've...
  • Before you eat that doughnut . . .

    Before you eat that doughnut . . .
    There are zillions of tips floating around about how to lose weight, boost your metabolism and stay healthy. We polled registered dietitians and nutritionists to find their top 10: Eat breakfast: In order to gain weight, Japanese sumo wrestlers don't eat...
  • Bone up on chicken

    Bone up on chicken
    Nearly two months into the new year, we've been good — eating boneless, skinless chicken to help control calories, fat and portion size. But man, oh man, we're often left craving flavor. Especially when company's coming. So let's take a look at...