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  • Kitchen tip: Storing and dating spices for freshness

    Kitchen tip: Storing and dating spices for freshness
    Nothing can kill a good recipe faster than a lack of spice. Even kitchen staples such as dried herbs and spices have an expiration date and can lose their potency over time. Properly stored, spices can last a year or two at most, with whole spices...
  • Easy Dinner Recipe: BLD's fresh vegetable salad

    Easy Dinner Recipe: BLD's fresh vegetable salad
    Because it's the time of year when a trip to your nearest farmers market is exactly the thing to make you forget about traffic, a long work week — or your taxes, which are due Wednesday — here's a terrific salad recipe from the folks at BLD....
  • 'Chopped' at home reveals kitchen surprise

     'Chopped' at home reveals kitchen surprise
    I cook because the people I live with cannot. Toast or coffee: occasionally. Actual meal? Never. So when Hannah suggested we play "Chopped," we were all amused. I served as host and judge and the expert who explains how to light the oven. Hannah and...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Yellowtail, shrimp and halibut fish taco ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Yellowtail, shrimp and halibut fish taco ideas
    It's easy to find a great taco in Los Angeles. Just ask our restaurant critic Jonathan Gold. But what if you could make some of the city's best tacos in your own kitchen? When you're looking for something fast and fun, you can't go wrong with fish...
  • 13 great places for food lovers in Beverly Hills

    13 great places for food lovers in Beverly Hills
    Beverly Drive south of Wilshire Boulevard can still feel like the small town Beverly Hills once was, where locals get their coffee and their nails done. Above Wilshire, in what’s called the Golden Triangle, Rodeo Drive and nearby streets lined...
  • Not all District 204 students on board with healthy lunch standards

    Not all District 204 students on board with healthy lunch standards
    Healthier nutrition standards are causing some younger students in Indian Prairie School District 204 to bring their own lunches to school and older students to quit buying snacks at lunch, according to a report presented to the School Board. Each day,...
  • Deals & Steals: 50 percent off cooking school classes

    Travelzoo is teaming up with Le Cordon Bleu to offer a cooking school opportunity in cities across the U.S. It's a hands-on interactive cooking experience, and it's a great gift idea for Mother's Day or for a birthday. Here's the deal: For $49...
  • Herbal Remedies: Thinking beyond brownies when cooking with cannabis

    Herbal Remedies: Thinking beyond brownies when cooking with cannabis
    Cooking with cannabis has always been part of weed culture, and there’s no shortage of resources, recipes, and forums, especially in recent years with marijuana reform becoming a reality. Most folks with an even passing acquaintance with the plant...
  • Pizza ovens make your patio perfect

    If it's not at the top of the list, it's in the top five of Americans' all-time favorite foods. It's pizza, and we can't get enough of it. Loved by adults and kids alike, pizza is the ultimate comfort food. It's quick, portable and has tomato sauce and...
  • Mindy Segal shares her obsession in new cookbook 'Cookie Love'

     Mindy Segal shares her obsession in new cookbook 'Cookie Love'
    Mindy Segal has this great look she gives you, a look that says "What are you, a *#%$ idiot?" It is her default look, and pretty adaptable: She can deliver it with a smile, or a frown, with an air of puzzlement, or a hint of generosity. It is a reassuring...
  • Allspice: All-purpose but not all spices

    Allspice is a victim of its own name. You can't blame someone for seeing the word "allspice" and thinking that it is a blend of many spices or even all spices. It's a natural assumption. But allspice is just one spice, a dried berry from a broadleaf...