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  • All Fired Up: Traveling Roadside Barbecue

    All Fired Up: Traveling Roadside Barbecue
    At 28 feet long and weighing five tons, the black steel mobile barbecue pit stops traffic. Belching a bit of smoke, the rig and its companion refrigeration truck parked along Route 154 in Deep River most Saturdays and Sundays grab the attention of...
  • Chef of the Moment: Union's Bruce Kalman, fresh in Old Town

    Chef of the Moment: Union's Bruce Kalman, fresh in Old Town
    Bruce Kalman is the executive chef of Union, the northern-Italian-meets-California-cuisine restaurant in Pasadena’s Old Town, where the local farmers market schedule is written on a prominent chalkboard in the dining room and the menu is sprinkled...
  • Apricots get their due in sweet, savory recipes

    Apricots get their due in sweet, savory recipes
    Being an apricot is the pits. All summer long, those other stone fruit — the peaches, plums and cherries — get the spotlight. People line up for them at farmers markets. They stock their picnic baskets with them and hold them in esteem at...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Gluten-free Wednesday Chiringuito seafood paella

    Easy dinner recipes: Gluten-free Wednesday Chiringuito seafood paella
    There are few things more satisfying than doing practically nothing, but convincing others you are a superhero. In the kitchen, even the most culinarily challenged can trick diners into thinking they slaved all day over the stove. Paella has this sort...
  • SunCafe Organic opens on Ventura Boulevard

    SunCafe Organic Cuisine used to be a tiny hub for plant-based food, seating only 38 people. However, SunCafe’s vegan fare is now moving out of the nursery into a new, larger home on Ventura Boulevard that is triple its original size. This grown-up...
  • Choose the best zucchini for the job, and 12 recipes for using them

    Choose the best zucchini for the job, and 12 recipes for using them
    Did the zucchini originate in Los Angeles? Don’t laugh, as far as the United States is concerned, it might well have. Zucchini today are so familiar that it’s easy to assume they’ve been around forever. But that’s not so. In...
  • Pirch: Would you like a shower with that oven?

    Pirch: Would you like a shower with that oven?
    There are appliance stores. And then there is Pirch, where at its new showroom in Oakbrook Center you can sidle up to a cafe for a free cappuccino, enjoy the smells and samples that chefs cook up in working kitchens, or reserve a time to take a shower...
  • Cheers! 43 refreshing recipes for summer cocktails

    Cheers! 43 refreshing recipes for summer cocktails
    It's summer. Take in the warm weather with a refreshing cocktail. Or two. We've compiled 43 of our favorite summer cocktails, for your imbibing pleasure. From chilled margaritas to fruit-filled sangrias, large batch punches and aguas fresca to...
  • Red, white and blueberry: 11 great summer pie recipes

    Red, white and blueberry: 11 great summer pie recipes
    It's summer, and that means pie, right? Whether you're planning your Fourth of July menu or simply looking for a delicious way to celebrate all the great produce in the market now, we're here to help. We've compiled 11 of our favorite summer pie recipes...
  • Chuck's Famous fries up some tasty chicken in Hampton

    Chuck's Famous fries up some tasty chicken in Hampton
    Tasty discovery: Fried chicken (two pieces) with side and drink Price: $6.79 Destination: Chuck's Famous Chicken & Seafood. 299 Floyd Thompson Blvd., Hampton. 757-224-3460. Chucksfamouschicken.com. Hours: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m....
  • How to care for your pet without breaking the bank

    How to care for your pet without breaking the bank
    It's a shame furry friends can't pay for themselves. Though wagging tails after a long day at work may make pet ownership seem worthwhile, a happy pup won't stop those bills from rolling in at the end of the month. Thankfully, quick and easy ways exist...