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  • Fresh tomatoes bring out the juicy best at Southern California restaurants

    Fresh tomatoes bring out the juicy best at Southern California restaurants
    At this point, it's hard to imagine Californian and Mediterranean cuisines without tomatoes. But that was the case until the tomato plant was discovered in Mexico by Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century, and from there it disseminated to the rest...
  • World Whiskey Day is today; L.A. bartenders and whiskey lovers tell you what to drink

    World Whiskey Day is today; L.A. bartenders and whiskey lovers tell you what to drink
    Every spirit has its own personality. Vodka is bright and cheerful; tequila is sensual and a bit sloppy; gin is no-nonsense and driven; rum is reckless and bold. Then there's whiskey. Whiskey is sexy and sullen and a bit mean. It's a spirit that plays...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Is anything better than grilled cheese?

    Easy dinner recipes: Is anything better than grilled cheese?
    Could it possibly get any better than grilled cheese? I don't think so. And while it's hard to beat the perfection that is ooey-gooey melted cheese between two crisp pieces of bread, we do have some ideas to help you take it to the next level. Ideas...
  • Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants kicks off with a party

    Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants kicks off with a party
    Jonathan Gold, the Los Angeles Times’ Pulitzer Prize-winning restaurant critic and self-proclaimed “belly of Los Angeles,” is selecting his 101 favorite restaurants for a special section to be published in The Times on May 23. And if...
  • Happy Mother's Day: Chefs want soup dumplings, porterhouse, Costco cake

    Happy Mother's Day: Chefs want soup dumplings, porterhouse, Costco cake
    When it comes to dreaming about a perfect Mother’s Day, Los Angeles’ top chefs turn out to be just like working moms everywhere -- sleep and perfectly behaved children are at the top of the list. Suzanne Goin is chef and owner at Lucques,...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Sandwiches and 31 great dinner ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Sandwiches and 31 great dinner ideas
    Could it possibly get any easier than sandwiches? Probably not. Simple, fast and easy to consume, sandwiches are tailor-made for dinner after a long day. This panini inspiration comes courtesy of chef and cookbook writer Deborah Madison and her husband,...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 cheesy favorites and 99 other ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 cheesy favorites and 99 other ideas
    Say cheese! It seems no matter what you're fixing for dinner, adding cheese to the mix almost always makes it better. Nibble on some of these ideas. Who said French toast was just for breakfast? This savory take on the comfort food -- stuffed with...
  • Alex's Lemonade cookout for cancer research coming in September

    It’s easy to get inundated by all of the charity food events held during the summer, but here’s one you definitely want to put on your calendar. For the fourth year, Suzanne Goin, Caroline Styne, David Lentz and friends will be putting on...
  • James Beard Awards 2013 honor food world's finest; L.A. not included. Brutal.

    The James Beard Foundation Awards -- the Academy Awards of the food world -- were distributed Monday night in New York, and it was a victory for women but a shutout for Southern California. The winner for outstanding chef, the last award in a long,...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: AOC in new digs with familiar tastes

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: AOC in new digs with familiar tastes
    When the first AOC opened a decade ago, nobody quite knew what to make of the place, a wine bar near the original Farmers Market that seemed to specialize in cured meats, salads and lots of tiny dishes that reflected the flavors of coastal Italy and...
  • Counter Intelligence: A little taste of Cortez

    Counter Intelligence: A little taste of Cortez
    What you think about Cortez is going to depend in large part on what you think about crowds, and noise, and screechy jazz, about well-meaning servers who are slightly impatient with the idea of service, and about spending most of an hour leaning up...