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  • A delightful Middle Eastern smorgasbord at Adana in Glendale

    A delightful Middle Eastern smorgasbord at Adana in Glendale
    If you want to understand Adana, a Middle Eastern restaurant in an industrial corner of Glendale, you should probably order what the menu calls the cheese platter. At $11, it is by far the most expensive appetizer, although it resembles a plate that...
  • Dragonette Cellars' Brandon Sparks-Gills pairs wines, grilled cheese

    Dragonette Cellars' Brandon Sparks-Gills pairs wines, grilled cheese
    Bread or wine? It's a question Brandon Sparks-Gills wrestled with for a few years. He was fascinated by both, and, for a time in Colorado, he split his days between baking and viticulture. That meant getting up in the middle of the night to be at his...
  • Curtis Stone gets behind the camera, back into the kitchen

    Success came early and strong for Curtis Stone. By his 20s, the Australian was cooking in London's top restaurants. By 30, he'd made the jump to television. But after nearly a decade on shows including Bravo's "Top Chef Masters" and Donald Trump's...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three fun savory granita and sorbet ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Three fun savory granita and sorbet ideas
    The rest of the country may be suffering from the winter cold, but it feels like summer here in Southern California. Keep it light and fun tonight with three savory granitas and sorbets: Cucumber granita: Fresh cucumber, lemon juice, onion, green...
  • Chef Felix Barron takes his Ktchn concepts to new places

    Chef Felix Barron takes his Ktchn concepts to new places
    Felix Barron, the chef behind the Ktchn brunch pop-ups in Pasadena and downtown Los Angeles, cooked his first pop-up dinner when he was just 19 — he charged guests $15 and prepared a whole roast pig and lobster. After moving from Santa Ana to Los...
  • Did you ever dream you were a plate of pasta? Dali meets Boyardee

    Did you ever dream you were a plate of pasta? Dali meets Boyardee
    Have you ever dreamed you were a bowl of pasta? And then your girlfriend sat down with a fork? Yes or no, you’ve got to check out a new short YouTube video (portions of this video contain nudity) by the Italian group Sogni Culinari (roughly:...
  • Weekend project: Light and airy chiffon cake

    Weekend project: Light and airy chiffon cake
    Heralded as "the first new cake in 100 years" when it was introduced, the chiffon cake -- one of the darlings of midcentury cuisine -- became famous for its wonderfully light and airy texture, seemingly as weightless as angel food but with a moist...
  • Titans collide in nominations for this year's IACP cookbook awards

    Titans collide in nominations for this year's IACP cookbook awards
    Rose Levy Beranbaum, Dorie Greenspan or Alice Medrich? Sean Brock, Yotam Ottolenghi or the folks from Tartine? The judges at the International Assn. of Culinary Professionals are sure going to have their hands full deciding at least a few of the 19...
  • Seasoned flapjack flipper has more than one skill

    Seasoned flapjack flipper has more than one skill
    While many people get up each weekday to go to work, 73-year-old Jim Rose gets up to go volunteer. The Naperville resident has a busy schedule that includes regular reading times with first-graders at Scott Elementary School, picking up food for...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Pasta-like vegetable ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Pasta-like vegetable ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    Many pasta options are out of the question if you're trying to pursue a gluten-free diet, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun. In addition to gluten-free pastas, vegetables and fruits can be sliced or "shaved" to mimic the traditional noodles....
  • Tiny Caribbean isle has become a culinary powerhouse

     Tiny Caribbean isle has become a culinary powerhouse
    Think of the islands of the Caribbean and images of beaches, turquoise water and steel-drum bands come to mind. Fine dining? Not so much — unless the island is Anguilla, a British Overseas Territory just a 10-mile ferry ride from St. Martin. In...