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  • Chef of the Moment: Adam Perry Lang is here to barbecue

    Chef of the Moment: Adam Perry Lang is here to barbecue
    Adam Perry Lang is a chef, cookbook author and award-winning barbecue expert. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America and working at restaurants including Le Cirque and Daniel in New York and Guy Savoy in France, Lang decided to follow his...
  • Scouting Report: Pork gyro and feta fries at Alexander's Greek Kitchen in Vernon

    Scouting Report: Pork gyro and feta fries at Alexander's Greek Kitchen in Vernon
    Name of restaurant: Alexander's Greek Kitchen What dish represents the restaurant, and why? A plate of pork gyro with a side of pita bread, Greek salad, tzatziki sauce and langonisi fries. The pork gyro is shaved paper thin, resulting in a heap of crisp...
  • Zagat names In-N-Out Double-Double best burger in L.A. Do you agree?

    SoCal natives can agree the In-N-Out Double-Double is a really good burger. It's two patties, two slices of American cheese, lettuce, tomato, grilled or raw onions, and the chain's special spread, also known as Thousand Island dressing. But is it the best...
  • Taste test: Do-Rite's secret doughnut sandwich

    Taste test: Do-Rite's secret doughnut sandwich
    This being the year of the foodie ploy—cronuts, wonuts and so on—I grimaced when I heard about the secret spicy chicken sandwich served on a glazed doughnut at recently opened Do-Rite Donut & Chicken (233 E. Erie St. 312-344-1374) in...
  • Is Shake Shack coming to Chicago a big deal?

    Our relationship with new fast food chains borders on mania. When the Guatemalan fried chicken shop Pollo Campero opened on the Northwest Side in 2005, devotees began lining up at 6 a.m. for the noon opening. Same thing happened when Chick-fil-A opened...
  • McDonald's CEO Thompson 'under siege' at home and abroad

    McDonald's CEO Thompson 'under siege' at home and abroad
    McDonald's Corp CEO Don Thompson sure could use a break. The head of the world's biggest restaurant chain, who for much of his two years at the helm has been battling to spark sales growth in the United States and Europe, got battered by headline-...
  • USS Pasadena crew visit to include stops at JPL, Tournament House

    USS Pasadena crew visit to include stops at JPL, Tournament House
    Forty crew members of the USS Pasadena, a nuclear-powered submarine, will visit the city it is named for from Friday, Sept. 5 through Sunday, Sept. 7, including a tour of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and a visit to the Rose Bowl. Crew members and...
  • Inside Emmy Night's Wild and Glamorous After-Parties

    Variety was inside Hollywood's Emmy afterparties as TV's finest celebrated their golden night with plenty of champagne, dancing and trophy gazing. 8:12 p.m. With its impressive haul of Emmy loot -- including a best comedy win for "Modern Family" --...
  • Jonathan Safran Foer brings literature to Chipotle Cups (really)

    Here's how the story goes: Novelist Jonathan Safran Foer found himself at Chipotle with nothing to read. No magazine, no book, no smartphone. “I really just wanted to die with frustration,” he told Vanity Fair. From his frustration to...
  • David Grand conjures early L.A. in 'Mount Terminus'

    David Grand conjures early L.A. in 'Mount Terminus'
    "I developed a phobia of Los Angeles," says David Grand. That could have been a problem for the 45-year-old author, whose novel "Mount Terminus" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 384 pp., $26) is set in early 20th century L.A. But it was the book —...
  • Chauffeurs are the driving force for stars on Oscar night

    Chauffeurs are the driving force for stars on Oscar night
    Cylinders hum, dashboards glow. Hubcaps glitter like necklaces. The limos are gassed and the chauffeurs, GPS apps glowing from hand-helds, are plotting routes for Sunday's Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The drivers are the captains of...