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If former Glendale resident Michelle Karam has learned anything on the road to achieving her dream job as a celebrity chef, it’s that when one door closes; another one opens soon after. “It’s so exciting when you get that phone call...
Tags: Salt, Shallots, Rocco DiSpirito, TBS (tv network), Dancing
Some vegetarians are vegetarians because they don't like the thought of eating animal flesh and muscle. They find it gross. Others would love to chow down on a steak, but they either avoid it for health, religious or ethical reasons. For the second...
Come summer, mezze, those small dishes drawn from a vast Middle Eastern tradition, are just about the perfect food. The flavors are vivid. Many of them are served at room temperature. No rush. I love this way of eating, a bite here, a bite there, as the...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Lebanon, Restaurants, Hamburgers, Israel
The Baltimore SunSotto Sopra has a tantalizing restarurant week menu, I think. Take a look. Essentiallly, it's the regular Sotto Sopra menu but I like how Riccardo Bosio has figured out a way to keep on a few of the higher-ticket items without sacrifcing quality --...
Rule No. 1 of this season of “Top Chef”: The Alamo must be shown at the beginning of every episode lest you forget they are in Texas. Lucky for us we got to see it twice! We're still trying to narrow down the initial field to the Top 16....
OK, pardon the movie reference: This "good kee-AN-tee" would go well with any excellent cut of simply prepared red meat, and maybe pasta dishes as well. (Turkey? Maybe.) It's a full-bodied, structured red wine with a complex mix of black cherry, earthy...
The wife of a Scottish nobleman modeled the Five Crowns on a 12th century English country house when she built it in 1936. Originally called the Hurley Belle, it was a bed and breakfast catering to the Hollywood elite. Couples like Rita Hayworth with...
Daily DishSeeds From Italy: The website is the source of some new vegetable varieties -- Cascine fava beans, cavalo nero and scorzonera -- for L.A. Times food editor Russ Parson's garden....
L.A. at HomeIvette Soler: Author Ivette Soler, who wrote "The Edible Front Yard: The Mow-Less, Grow-More Plan for a Beautiful, Bountiful Garden," discusses stylish ways to blend edible plants with ornamental ones....
L.A. at HomeCommunity gardens: Writer Jeff Spurrier and photographer Ann Summa spent a year in Southern California's community gardens for The Times, documenting the people and the plantings, the problems and the solutions. The goal: Document who we are and how we...
Daily DishPinot Bistro, located in Studio City, has recently taken their practice of a no-corkage fee policy to the next level by allowing diners to bring in their own bottle of vino for a customized wine-paired three-, four- or five-course dinner.......
Daily DishThe final installment of our travel tips from the north country. I’ve been lucky to meet a lot of memorable characters in my writing career, and a few of them have actually become friends. So it is with Pauline Zamboni.......
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