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  • Tuscan wine dinner in Long Beach; Yotam Ottolenghi talks with Russ Parsons

    Tuscan wine dinner in Long Beach; Yotam Ottolenghi talks with Russ Parsons
    Michael’s on Naples Ristorante in Long Beach is hosting a special five-course prix fixe dinner honoring the wines of Tuscan producer Cantine OliviĀ on Wednesday. Owner Riccardo Olivi will be on hand to present the wines. Michael's chef David...
  • 75 places to dine on the cheap in San Francisco, according to Michelin

    75 places to dine on the cheap in San Francisco, according to Michelin
    Looking for inexpensive but great meals in San Francisco and environs? Here are 75. Almost everyone is familiar with Michelin's star-rating system, but maybe not its Bib selections. The 2015 Bib Gourmands, as they're called, singled out 75 restaurants...
  • The Hidden Vine: A Modern Italian Gem In Newington

    The Hidden Vine: A Modern Italian Gem In Newington
    Josie Letourneau worked in an office for many years but always dreamed of owning a restaurant. Getting sick finally made it happen. "For years I talked to my husband about wanting to own an Italian restaurant," said Letourneau, who with her husband...
  • Everything unpopular becomes popular � and pricey

    I was in the grocery store minding my own business when I saw the sign that changed my life forever. The sign said: "Chicken tenders, $5.50." All at once, everything I knew to be true about the world was revealed to be a falsehood. Everything I ever...
  • Cook's Corner: Even novice bakers can master this recipe for pumpkin ice cream pie

    Susan B. was looking for an easy pumpkin ice cream pie she made as a teenager in the late 1980s, recalling "everyone was amazed at how good it was, since I was known for my baking disasters." Her brother had asked her to make it this Thanksgiving....
  • Kick-start a healthy diet by cooking with nutrient-rich grains

    They may not be households words yet, but grains like freekeh, farro and quinoa, are becoming more popular as health-conscious consumers rediscover these ancient foods. Used for centuries by different cultures, many of these grains are finding a new...
  • Farms seeing a bumper crop of weddings, but not without their hitches

    PHILADELPHIA When Kendall Dietterich and her six siblings were growing up on Freeman School Farm in Schwenksville, Pa., the whole family would pitch in, cutting and baling 50 acres' worth of hay each June. But now, it's just Dietterich and her husband...
  • Three top spots for ocean storm-watching getaways

    Three top spots for ocean storm-watching getaways
    The dark, rain-sodden days of November and the rest of the gloomy winter months are coming up fast. If you can't escape to somewhere sunny, you may as well embrace the foul weather and take a storm-watching vacation. Winter storms bring pounding waves...
  • Winchester Mystery House is beautifully weird and creepy

    Winchester Mystery House is beautifully weird and creepy
    The Winchester Mystery House in San Jose is fascinating to all kinds of people. Except for perhaps one type ... Sarah Winchester, whose fortune was sealed when she married into the family that started the Winchester Repeating Arms Co., kept carpenters...
  • Brassy scheme: Man swiped toilet parts from fast food restaurants, cops say

    Brassy scheme: Man swiped toilet parts from fast food restaurants, cops say
    This dude appears to be in deep doo-doo. Brian Rinda, 28, is accused of swiping toilet parts from St. Pete fast-food restaurants in order to get recycling cash, reports the Tampa Bay Times. His action caused as much as $1,000 in damage when he broke...
  • Course Source: Olivier Breaud, World Golf Village

    The Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Course Source: Olivier Breaud, World Golf Village IN THE PUBLIC EYE: Olivier Breaud International Golf Course d'Antimaono in Papara, Tahiti THE LAYOUT: California-based designer Bob Baldock found...