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  • New Jewish center to serve locals, tourists

    New Jewish center to serve locals, tourists
    Rabbi Yosef Konikov walks through the high-end former Brazilian company headquarters — all marble, chrome, leather and glass — and envisions a Jewish center that brings together both locals and tourists. The future Chabad Center of Jewish...
  • Hampton jury recommends man serve 10 years in manslaughter case

    HAMPTON — It took a jury 10 minutes Friday to recommend that a Hampton defendant be sentenced to 10 years in prison for killing a man in a restaurant parking lot last year. The jury's recommendation was the maximum Patrick Roberts, 23, could...
  • California bill would help protect franchisee business investments

    LOS ANGELES - When Kathryn Slater-Carter learned her family would lose $1.5 million after McDonald's Corp did not renew the franchise agreement on one of their restaurants in the San Francisco suburbs, she tried for a second time to change state law to...
  • Florida is fertile territory for crooks making counterfeit credit cards

    Florida is fertile territory for crooks making counterfeit credit cards
    The hottest scam in Florida, growing across the state and spreading nationwide, is the mass production of counterfeit credit cards embedded with account numbers of unwitting consumers. Always looking for new ventures, some of the same rings of Florida...
  • Food fight: Chefs face off for Common Threads

    Expect one totally delicious feast next month at Common Threads' Fourth Annual Cook-Off when Mercat a la Planxa's Cory Morris and River Roast's John Hogan go up against Moto restaurant's Claire Crenshaw, TWO Restaurant and Bar's Tom Van Lente, Hisanobu...
  • 'Top Chef' finalist Bryan Voltaggio pleads guilty to drunken driving charge

    'Top Chef' finalist Bryan Voltaggio pleads guilty to drunken driving charge
    Chef Bryan Voltaggio pleaded guilty to a drunk-driving charge in Baltimore district court Friday, according to online court records. The "Top Chef" finalist received probation before judgment, records show. Baltimore Police stopped Voltaggio at 12:20 a....
  • The heart of Texas barbecue

    The heart of Texas barbecue
    Texas barbecue is a tradition in more ways than one. It is history grilled into a bite of brisket. It is time travel on a whiff of wood smoke through lifetimes of family gatherings. It is a melting pot of culinary cultures served on butcher paper, and...
  • Salt's Cure Cookout, Taste of Mexico, Abbot Kinney Fest

    Salt's Cure Cookout, Taste of Mexico, Abbot Kinney Fest
    On Thursday, Sept. 25, Salt’s Cure will be celebrating L.A. Beer Week at Verdugo Bar with a patio cookout, part of a monthly partnership between the West Hollywood restaurant and the Eagle Rock bar. Pulled pork sandwiches, housemade hot links and...
  • Wake up, shake up, do the shakshuka — tomatoey eggs

    Wake up, shake up, do the <i>shakshuka</i> &#8212; tomatoey eggs
    All of a sudden, the whole world seems to be going shakshuka. And that's a good thing. Seriously. Once beloved only by cooks who follow Middle Eastern traditions, shakshuka — essentially eggs cooked in a spicy tomato sauce — had a breakout...
  • Recipes for different kinds of shakshuka

    Recipes for different kinds of <i>shakshuka</i>
    Looking for more ways to fix shakshuka? Here are a few good ones. Green bell peppers and zucchini — Sally Butcher's "New Middle Eastern Street Food" Shallots, green and red peppers and eggplant seasoned with cumin, coriander and caraway —...
  • Just say faux

    Just say faux
    ★★½ Restaurant criticism forces me to eat promiscuously. Steak one night. French pâté the next. Barbecue to finish out the week. So I'm always delighted when the opportunity to eat meatless arrives. Alan Gould and Ellen Quinlan of...