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  • Recipe: Steam-roasted heritage or free-range turkey

    Recipe: Steam-roasted heritage or free-range turkey
      Total time: About 4 hours after 1 hour salt-curing Servings: 10 to 12 with leftovers Note: Heritage turkeys are still available at Bristol Farms (most locations), www.bristolfarms.com; and Whole Foods Markets (all Southern California locations), www....
  • A more flavorful dry-brined turkey

    A more flavorful dry-brined turkey
      Thanksgiving is a holiday built on tradition. And, much to my surprise, I seem to have found a new one of my own -- writing about dry-brined turkey. After more than 20 years of Thanksgiving stories, I didn't think there was much left that could be...
  • Le Fooding: Chefs, David Lynch's playlist, star sightings and the beans that stole the show

    Le Fooding: Chefs, David Lynch's playlist, star sightings and the beans that stole the show
    Paris-based gastro-fest Le Fooding alighted on the courtyard of the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA for two days over the weekend, all strung lights, French DJs and celebrated chefs from the City of Light. It was the first Le Fooding event in Los Angeles,...
  • Plant Doctor: May in the garden

    Almanac Average temperatures: High 88, low 66 Rainfall: 3.74 inches The moon 1. Moon phases •Last quarter: May 2 •New moon: May 9 •First quarter: May 18 •Full moon: May 25 •Last quarter: May 31 2. Moon sign...
  • Farmers Markets: The family behind Maggie's and Kenter Canyon farms

    Farmers Markets: The family behind Maggie's and Kenter Canyon farms
    For many years, Maggie's Farm, based in Agoura Hills, has sold top-quality salad greens and herbs exclusively at farmers markets. Kenter Canyon Farms offers a wider range of similar produce, at a few farmers markets, but mostly wholesale and on a much...
  • Cioppino: A classic taste of San Francisco

    Cioppino: A classic taste of San Francisco
    By Lisa McRee for Oneforthetable.com One of the iconic dishes of San Francisco is the seafood stew known as cioppino. The origin of the name is obscure. The dish evolved in the late 19th century when Italian and Portuguese fisherman ruled the bays of...
  • Plant Doctor: April in the garden

    Almanac Average temperature: High 83, low 60 Rainfall: 2.42 inches The moon 1. Moon phases •Last quarter: April 3 •New moon: April 10 •First quarter: April 18 •Full moon: April 25 2. Moon-sign planting dates •Above-...
  • Still Time for Herbs

     
    Many of us like to grow herbs. So what herbs grow best now and how should they be planted? I like to grow herbs but probably not for the same reason as many gardeners. I just like to see them grow and then smell the stems and foliage. Many I know are...
  • A simple, rustic white pizza

    A simple, rustic white pizza
    By James T. Farmer III for Oneforthetable.com If you're not a huge red sauce fan, but do love pizza, this one is for you. A quick meal for two, this recipe can be doubled for a group. It pairs well with white wine; I chose Macon-Villages Chardonnay,...
  • Get cracking on Easter reservations

    Get cracking on Easter reservations
    Easter dinner with family and friends is a much anticipated spring occasion. For those who don't want to cook, local resorts and restaurants are prepared to do everything for you — including the dishes. Here is a sampling of where to enjoy a...
  • Impatiens downy mildew can over winter in flower bed and containers

    Impatiens downy mildew can over winter in flower bed and containers
    Last summer homeowners and landscapers alike did battle with impatiens downy mildew (Plasmopara obducens) which affects garden impatiens (impatiens walleriana). This is not the same downy mildew that affects vegetables and other ornamental plants. In fact...