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  • Spending by international visitors to U.S. breaks record in 2013

    Spending by international visitors to the United States continues to soar, with data for 2013 showing foreign travelers spent a record-breaking $180.7 billion on food, lodging, souvenirs and hotels. The spending by foreign visitors represented a 9% jump...
  • You say chilaquiles, I say migas. Either way, it's a tradition

    You say chilaquiles, I say migas. Either way, it's a tradition
    Christmas breakfasts are meals of tradition in my family. Dinner, the rest of them pretty much let me play around however I want. But breakfast has to follow a certain script. Still, there are traditions, and then there are traditions. A couple of years...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three great ideas for garlic lovers

    Easy dinner recipes: Three great ideas for garlic lovers
    Love garlic? You can't go wrong with these easy dinner ideas. Stick with the amount of garlic given in the recipe, or go ahead and double it. Triple it, even. We dare you. Whether you call them chickpeas or garbanzo beans, if you're a fan, they don't...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three rich soups for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Three rich soups for Meatless Monday
    Looking for something simple to put on the table? You can't go wrong with soup, especially at this time of the year. It's an easy one-dish option. Best of all? You might never guess the soups below are vegetarian, each a perfect option for Meatfree...
  • Berlin: Shoreline Takes 'Boys,' 'Night,' 'Portrait, ' Mouse' (EXCLUSIVE)

    BERLIN - Acquiring world sales rights to four new Spanish-language titles in the run-up to Berlin - "Good Old Boys," "The Magician," "The Night of the Mouse," "Portrait of an Animal Behaviour" - U.S sales company Shoreline Entertainment is also building...
  • The ultimate Valentine's Day 2014 restaurant guide

    The ultimate Valentine's Day 2014 restaurant guide
    Valentine's Day (Feb. 14, in case you didn't know) is next Friday, so if you and your sweetie are still thinking about dining out, here's a list of V-Day specials and prix-fixe menus from restaurants throughout Los Angeles. Reservations are probably going...
  • Julio Moline follows his passion for photography

    Julio Moline follows his passion for photography
    Since his graduation from the University of Iowa nearly four decades ago, Julio Emilio Moline has fostered his passion for photography on a part-time basis, always on the sidelines. "I kept [photography] as a side interest, and it hasn't been my primary...
  • Funny Balloons' 2014 Slate in Rising Mode (EXCLUSIVE)

    BERLIN - Funny Balloons, the Paris-based sales agent behind two big Berlin arthouse hits - 2012's "No," 2013's "Gloria" - has set its largest sales slate ever with movies by Laurent Cantet, Sebastian Silva, Abel Ferrara, and Gustave de Kervern and...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three great egg ideas in 25 minutes or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Three great egg ideas in 25 minutes or less
    Eggs for dinner? Yes. They're not just for breakfast -- eggs work well in a variety of dishes, and they're so easy to prepare. And did I mention fast? These three ideas come together in 25 minutes or less: New Mex migas: You say chilaquiles, Food editor...
  • World's hottest pepper hits 2.2 million Scoville heat units

    World's hottest pepper hits 2.2 million Scoville heat units
    Until recently, the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion was known as the world's hottest chile pepper. But according to the Guinness Book of World Records last month, it's now the Carolina Reaper grown by Ed Currie of PuckerButt Pepper Co. in South Carolina. The...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Din Tai Fung's dumplings hit the mall

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Din Tai Fung's dumplings hit the mall
    The soup dumpling is practically endemic in the San Gabriel Valley, a fixture on the menu of every restaurant that even pretends to serve Shanghai-style cooking, and at a lot of restaurants that don't. Some Cantonese restaurants feature xiao long bao on...