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  • Solutions to a home-building challenge in the Hollywood Hills

    Solutions to a home-building challenge in the Hollywood Hills
    Architect Ana Henton is accustomed to demanding clients: restaurateurs, theater owners and even a college fraternity eager to ditch its stripper pole in favor of Streamline Moderne design. Yet none was as challenging as her client for a 2,400-square-foot house in the Hollywood Hills: herself.
  • 8 hot spots for wines by the glass around L.A.

    8 hot spots for wines by the glass around L.A.
    A.O.C. — When the original A.O.C. opened in 2002, it was one of the first dedicated wine bars in L.A., with 50 wines by the glass. With the recent move farther west on 3rd Street, co-owner and wine director Caroline Styne pared the list down to 30...

    Quenelle ice cream shop opens in San Marino

    Quenelle ice cream shop opens in San Marino
    John Park has been busy. Just a little more than a month after opening his shaved-ice shop Ice Que in Alhambra, the pastry chef (Lukshon, Providence, Water Grill) has opened a second location of his popular ice cream shop, Quenelle, in San Marino. (The...

    Eight great condiments of the world: A highly selective guide

    Eight great condiments of the world: A highly selective guide
    Since we don't have the space or time to count, define or even (sadly) try all the condiments in the world, we thought we'd pick out eight of our favorites. Here are eight wonders of the world, as it were, each in their own small bowls.  Fish sauce: A...

    Three L.A.-area restaurants that can satisfy a craving for rice

    Three L.A.-area restaurants that can satisfy a craving for rice
    Some people are obsessed with rice. Go to their houses and you'll find electric rice cookers, small and large, maybe one of those woven bamboo cones used to steam Thai sticky rice, or a thick-sided ceramic donabe specially designed for cooking rice. I...