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  • Truffles and turkeys await Christmas tables at 'Belly of Paris'

    At the temple to gastronomy outside Paris, Rungis market, Marinette shows off a tray of fat white truffles from Italy, at 1,800 euros a kilo ($1,000 per pound). "Put your nose in there," she tells her customers, who brave the early morning hours to...
  • Cook's Corner: 11 must-have holiday kitchen gifts

    My annual list of holiday gifts from the hearth: For the curry fanatic: Kitchen Curry Master takes the mystery out of Indian cooking by providing a primer of 2 pounds of key spices, freshly ground and marvelously fragrant, in a stainless steel box that's...
  • Restaurant serves up chaos and cliff divers, with a side of nostalgia

    Restaurant serves up chaos and cliff divers, with a side of nostalgia
    In an increasingly desk-bound world where stimulating work can be hard to find, Travis Sims is a breed apart. He's an Acapulco cliff diver. Well, an Acapulco-style cliff diver. The cliffs are fake. The 30-foot waterfall is phony. And he dives on the...
  • Wine guru Lou Amdur on kosher wine and what to eat and drink for Hanukkah

    Wine guru Lou Amdur on kosher wine and what to eat and drink for Hanukkah
    L.A.’s wine guru Lou Amdur, no longer Sqirl-adjacent and now operating his Lou’s Wine Shop and Tastings in Los Feliz, has thoughts about wine and Hanukkah, which begins Tuesday evening. None of the wines, however, were made according to Jewish...
  • Budweiser releases limited-edition crates and vintage labels for the holidays

    Budweiser releases limited-edition crates and vintage labels for the holidays
    Budweiser is having a throwback moment for the holidays. The Anheuser-Busch company is slapping vintage labels on 1.6 million cases of Budweiser beer bottles.  The vintage labels include the last Budweiser label before Prohibition in 1918, the 1933...
  • Food trucks Orlando: Dec. 14-20

    Food trucks Orlando: Dec. 14-20
    The Food Truck Bazaar Orlando: 6-9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14; 3201 E. Colonial Drive (in front of Macy's at Orlando Fashion Square), Orlando; TheFoodTruckBazaar.com The Food Truck Bazaar Lake Nona Medical City: 5-8 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 18: Laureate Park...
  • Restaurateur Rich Melman creating 'school for entrepreneurs' at L2O

    Restaurateur Rich Melman creating 'school for entrepreneurs' at L2O
    We knew that Richard Melman, founder and chairman of Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises, would turn L2O, his two-Michelin-star restaurant closing at the end of the year, into a new concept. But it's safe to say nobody anticipated this. Intro, a...
  • Regal Princess has a strong family resemblance to its predecessors

    Regal Princess has a strong family resemblance to its predecessors
    Architecturally, there's only one significant difference between Princess Cruises' two newest ships: The Royal Princess, which debuted in June 2013, had no aft pool. After passengers complained, a pool was added to the back end of the Regal Princess,...
  • Exclusive: Minnesota AG questions divestiture in Sysco-US Foods merger

    Minnesota's attorney general expressed concern about the merger of food distribution giants Sysco Corp and US Foods [USFOO.UL], saying it was questionable whether any divestiture could restore competition lost in the transaction. Minnesota Attorney...
  • Saturday: Free tour and tasting at Allentown Brew Works

    Saturday: Free tour and tasting at Allentown Brew Works
    Get a free behind-the-scenes tour of the brewery at Fegley's Allentown Brew Works and enjoy a sampling of the facility's seasonal and flagship beers at noon Saturday, Dec. 20. Knowledgeable staff members will discuss the brewing techniques used to...
  • Five questions for Love & Salt chef Michael Fiorelli

    Five questions for Love & Salt chef Michael Fiorelli
    Michael Fiorelli, executive chef at the new Love & Salt in Manhattan Beach, never went to culinary school. Instead, the New York native learned his way around the kitchen working at restaurants all over the country, including at Susanna Foo in...