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  • Recipe: Daily Grill's Manhattan clam chowder

    Dear SOS: My husband thought the Manhattan red clam chowder at the Daily Grill in San Francisco (at the Handlery Hotel) was absolutely the best he's eaten since he left Rhode Island. Would you be able to get the recipe? Thanks. Elsie (and Wally) Chmiel,...
  • Review: Taking the bait at Gladstone's Malibu

    Review: Taking the bait at Gladstone's Malibu
    DRESSED IN shorts or pretty little sundresses, late breakfasters parade out of Gladstone's at noontime, carrying wonderful, whimsical, shiny gold packages -- a whale with an upswept tail, a bunny that could stop Jeff Koons in his tracks. Hungry diners...
  • Restaurant review: The Park in Echo Park

    Restaurant review: The Park in Echo Park
    THESE days it usually takes a minimum of half a million dollars to open even the smallest restaurant in Los Angeles. For a young chef dreaming of his or her own restaurant, doing it on the cheap means going for a small space in an under-serviced...
  • Food and wine events

    THURSDAY A cheesy proposition If you're looking to understand cheese on a deeper level, consider attending Andrew Steiner's class "Cheese 101," where you'll sample a variety of delicious cheeses and learn about the glorious history of cheese making....
  • Cheerios are baby crack and other childish horrors

     
    That Owl Meat. He gets me every time. I am a parent, and I started off well, breast feeding and then making my own baby food. But one day I found Gailor and myself on the front steps eating Fritos......
  • 'Top Chef: Las Vegas': Sin City's full of vices

     
    Howdy folks, Liz and Justine here. We're both business editors who appreciate good food (especially when others cook for us). We'll be here to offer our pedestrian insights and snarky comments about this season of Top Chef.It's a whole new......
  • What I did on my summer vacation, part two

     
    Retired in Elkridge is the second regular in the space of a couple of days to send me details of his trip at summer's end. (See also Hal Laurent's, posted yesterday.) I know some of you don't like me to......
  • The Review: Blue Plate Oysterette reels in one star and a good bit of praise

     
    OK, so L.A. has its Issan Thai restaurants, Sichuan and Shanghai style places, Tuscan trattorie and Proven├žal bistros, Yucatan and Oaxacan joints. Why not an East Coast clam shack? Well, now we have one, fetchingly called Blue Plate Oysterette. I'm......
  • Matt Weinstock, Jan. 4, 1960

     
    Contest With Clam A friend of a friend who had gone clamming near Pismo Beach asked Viola Swisher, "Would you like a clam?" Viola, who covers ballet for the drama department and loves steamed clams and clam chowder, said yes. She realized instantly this...
  • Paul V. Coates – Confidential File, Jan. 30, 1960

     
    Mash Notes and Comment (Press Release) "Gigantic 'man-eating clams' with shells of unusual proportion, sometimes reaching four feet in width, are found along the great barrier reefs dotting the Pacific Ocean from Australian waters northward into the...
  • Care for crab or fresh dates? Food festivals around California in 2008

    THROUGH FEB. 10 HOLTVILLE 61st Carrot Festival The root-vegetable celebration brings out amateur chefs and duffers with cookery contests for kids and adults, plus a golf tournament, a parade and midway. A low-key, family vibe prevails at the Feb. 10...