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  • 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,...
  • 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,...
  • Santa Monica Museum celebrates ahead of annual art sale InCognito

    Santa Monica Museum celebrates ahead of annual art sale InCognito
    The great opera and theater director Peter Sellars draped a chain of Lithuanian amber around his neck for PreCognito, something he does, he said, only for very special occasions.  That special occasion, Thursday’s gala dinner, celebrated the Santa...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Leg lessons

    Leg lessons
    Consider the slow-cooked leg. Not just any old leg, but the slow-cooked one. Too often, the limb is overlooked — dismissed as little more than a tough chunk of the beast or bird that makes for cheap gnawing, maybe a quick dip in the deep fry,...
  • The Review: The Spice Table in Little Tokyo

    The Review: The Spice Table in Little Tokyo
    On an early summer night, I'm enjoying sitting at a sidewalk table taking in the street action in front of the Spice Table, a 3-month-old Vietnamese-Singaporean restaurant in Little Tokyo. People are walking by, rushing past on their way inside or to some...
  • Take Sunday supper easy at great L.A. restaurants

    Take Sunday supper easy at great L.A. restaurants
    It's Sunday night. You can go out for Chinese, order in or — radical idea — cook. Some of you might get lucky and have a friend invite you over for homemade Korean barbecue or a paella. Whatever the plan, Sunday is for relaxing, for sneaking...
  • Valentine's Day dinners at Los Angeles-area restaurants

    Valentine's Day dinners at Los Angeles-area restaurants
    Valentine's Day is one of the biggest restaurant evenings of the year. Here are some places that are offering special menus and deals. Alegria: Long Beach's Alegria combines a four-course dinner for $65 and live flamenco dancers. Offered from February 10...
  • One for the Table: Dressed up with twists

    One for the Table: Dressed up with twists
    My husband, David, and I are both chefs, so we are always busy working in our respective kitchens on Valentine's Day. Cooking for hundreds of people while miles apart is a bit romantically challenging. So we try to capture and share the spirit of the...