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  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Chengdu Taste serves down-home Sichuan

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Chengdu Taste serves down-home Sichuan
    If you follow the peregrinations of local Chinese kitchens, you've probably been hearing a bit about Chengdu Taste lately, a new restaurant specializing in the dishes of its namesake city that was pretty much acclaimed as the best Sichuan restaurant in...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Waffles aren't just for breakfast

    Easy dinner recipes: Waffles aren't just for breakfast
    Waffles are one of those simple culinary marvels. Baked in a hot iron to crisp and light perfection, these honeycombed breads are made for catching whatever you lovingly ladle on top. While those deep pockets are perfect for holding warm syrup, they're...
  • 'The Amazing Race' recap: Salt Licked

    "The Amazing Race" stayed Chile this week, salted and shined and taking care to avoid the lackadaisical street dogs who couldn’t care less that it was ER doctor's Nicole’s 40th birthday or that the remaining 10 teams got $589 on this leg of...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Roasted tomato bisque and more vegetarian ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Roasted tomato bisque and more vegetarian ideas
    Roasted tomato bisque. Spiced butternut squash stew. Quick orange lentil soup. Each of these dishes come together in an hour or less and are hearty enough to make a one-dish meal. Best of all? Your guests might never guess they're vegetarian. Roasted...
  • Farmers Market: Fall Fiesta has post-season plum taste in Brentwood

    Farmers Market: Fall Fiesta has post-season plum taste in Brentwood
    The decade-old Brentwood farmers market is the largest of the 20 venues run by the Raw Inspiration group, stretching for almost a quarter mile down Gretna Green Way from San Vicente Boulevard to Montana Avenue. It’s a flourishing event with a...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Pumpkin seeds add nutty flavor to shrimp tacos, noodles

    Easy dinner recipes: Pumpkin seeds add nutty flavor to shrimp tacos, noodles
    If you're looking to add a delicate nuttiness to a dish, you can't go wrong with pumpkin seeds, commonly known as pepitas. Remove the outer white hull, and the vibrant green seeds have a fresh, almost grassy flavor; roasting brings out the seeds' oils,...
  • Sriracha lives! At least for now: Judge makes no ruling on shutdown

    The fate of the Huy Fong Foods' Sriracha plant in Irwindale, which produces the fiery Asian condiment with the rooster on the label and the bright green cap, is still up in the air. A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge did not make a ruling Friday on...
  • Ventana Sur Honors FiGa Films

    MADRID -L.A.-based sales-distribution-production house FiGa Films will be honored by Ventana Sur with a six-pic homage in a new tribute initiative for leading sales companies and distributors of Latin American movies. Kicking off Dec. 5 at Buenos Aires'...
  • Judge orders partial shutdown of Sriracha plant

    A judge ordered the partial shutdown of the Huy Fong Foods Sriracha hot sauce plant in Irwindale on Tuesday after the city sued the company last month, claiming the chile odors from the plant are a public nuisance.   Los Angeles County Superior Court...
  • En tiempo de Fiestas: Ideas para cocinar con un pollo asado

    En tiempo de Fiestas: Ideas para cocinar con un pollo asado
    Después de un largo día, ¿quién no ha llegado al supermercado sin la más remota idea de qué servir en la cena esa noche, cuando de pronto el tentador aroma de un pollo recién asado le da una nueva perspectiva a todo? Y aun cuando el pollo asado es un...
  • Sister Therese Mary Martinez, helps Mexican-American community

     Sister Therese Mary Martinez, helps Mexican-American community
    For more than a half-century, Sister Therese Mary Martinez — Sister Mary to her many friends — has worked to help the Mexican-American community in the northwest suburbs. She has assisted newcomers in finding housing, dealing with...