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  • Restaurant review: Intro

    Restaurant review: Intro
    Intro is a concept like no other: Part high-end restaurant, part restaurateur grad school. Richard Melman's brainchild offers hand-picked chefs a two- to three-month opportunity to engage with the nimblest minds in the Lettuce Entertain You empire,...
  • Hot sauce taste test: A walk-off for Sriracha?

    Hot sauce taste test: A walk-off for Sriracha?
    Like many of you, we in the Food section read David Pierson’s report on the San Gabriel Valley’s beloved Sriracha sauce with pleasure a couple of weeks ago. When you write for newspapers, you become used to gently worded letters from lawyers...
  • Lincoln Park Whole Foods opens with lots of neighborhood flavor

     Lincoln Park Whole Foods opens with lots of neighborhood flavor
    The Whole Foods Market at Fullerton and Sheffield opened Wednesday with the usual hoopla (very, very long braided bread was used for their traditional bread breaking ceremony in lieu of old-style ribbon-cutting). And when customers finally headed...
  • Reader seeks 1970s recipe for oatmeal whole wheat bread

    Reader seeks 1970s recipe for oatmeal whole wheat bread
    Q: Sometime between 1970 and 1975; the Trib published a wonderful bread recipe for an oatmeal whole wheat bread that included honey and dry milk. My memory tells me it was the tastiest bread I've ever made. I took the recipe with me when we moved overseas...
  • Steak and Whisky opens with steak, booze lockers -- and lots and lots of whiskey

    Steak and Whisky opens with steak, booze lockers -- and lots and lots of whiskey
    Steak and Whisky, a new steakhouse with a serious whiskey collection, whiskey lockers and 22-ounce, prime, 30-day, dry-age porterhouse steaks, is open in Hermosa Beach. It's the latest restaurant by Blackhouse Hospitality's Jed Sanford and chef Tin Vuong,...
  • Eat this: Profiteroles del Pirineo

    Eat this: Profiteroles del Pirineo
    Profiteroles del Pirineo: A profiterole, also known as a cream puff, is a traditional French dessert consisting of a choux pastry ball that is filled with whipped cream, custard or, as is common in Americanized versions of the treat, ice cream. But what...
  • Napa Valley wine auction nets $6 million

    Napa Valley wine auction nets $6 million
    Last Saturday afternoon, the 19th Premiere Napa Valley barrel tasting and auction raised $6 million to support the activities of the Napa Valley Vintners organization throughout the year. Winemakers contributed a total of 225 lots, each five to 20 cases...
  • Chicago reservation apps offer access to exclusive restaurants

    Chicago reservation apps offer access to exclusive restaurants
    Tired of waiting forever to eat at a high-end restaurant? There's an app for that. As diners grow more inclined to squeeze their way into restaurants that have made a name for shutting people out, companies have responded with a handful of websites...
  • Lattes friendlier option for the spill-prone, new study shows

    Lattes friendlier option for the spill-prone, new study shows
    As if you needed another reason to splurge on that latte. A latte is less likely to spill over and scorch your hands than a regular coffee, according to a new study. The report, released Tuesday from the Physics of Fluids journal, promises that foam...
  • Drink this: Cucumber sakerita

     Drink this: Cucumber sakerita
    Cucumber sakerita: Good luck choosing from the breadth of delicate vegetarian dishes offered at Mana Food Bar. You can nearly travel the globe via your taste buds at this compact restaurant, opting for gyoza (Japanese pan-fried dumplings served with...
  • Tater tot poutine and khao soi? Yes, at the new 4th Street Market in Santa Ana

    Tater tot poutine and khao soi? Yes, at the new 4th Street Market in Santa Ana
    Downtown L.A. has Grand Central Market, San Francisco has the Ferry Building, and now, Santa Ana has 4th Street Market. The 30,000-square-foot complex houses a coffee shop, multiple food vendors, a market, bar and plenty of indoor and outdoor seating....