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  • How to bake with whole grains

    How to bake with whole grains
    For years Kim Boyce, a pastry chef who sifted and stirred her way through some of Los Angeles' best kitchens, from Wolfgang Puck's Spago to Nancy Silverton's Campanile, only worked in white. White flour, that is. Curiously, she had her epiphany —...
  • Brisket tips to calm any Rosh Hashana panic

    Should you awake to discover that a holiday has been convened, fear not. You can still achieve brisket. The self-satisfied set will chide: You should be marinating already. The Southern sort will drawl: You should be smoking already. The fancy cook...
  • That old razzle-dazzle

    That old razzle-dazzle
    What makes a great restaurant? An irresistible vibe, terrific food, attentive, professional service and a sense of style. There's no shortage of Los Angeles dining rooms that fit that description. But there's a subset of great restaurants that's much...
  • 750 ml rises to the occasion

    750 ml rises to the occasion
    The model of the entrepreneur chef or restaurateur is so pervasive that someone who's content to have just one restaurant could almost be considered a slacker these days. In the wake of L.A.'s original and famous global empires such as those of Wolfgang...
  • Mural memorializes Ventura's Tortilla Flats

    Mural memorializes Ventura's Tortilla Flats
    It took just one month for a new freeway mural in Ventura to be hit by graffiti. The tagger was considerate, however, taking pains not to mar the piece, which commemorates a neighborhood destroyed in the 1950s to make way for the 101 Freeway. Instead of...
  • Simple recipe for sublime

    WHEN the vagaries of climate, geography and history combine to give you great ingredients, the best thing a cook can do is get out of the way. That is the essential philosophy behind California cuisine, a movement that was in large part born in Southern...
  • It is rocket science

    1800s -- 1841 William Wolfskill planted the first local commercial orange groves on 2 acres east of what is now Alameda Street in downtown Los Angeles. 1881 On Dec. 4, the Los Angeles Times began publication as the Los Angeles Daily Times. The first...
  • In Seattle, it's all about authentic dining

    Seattle Spring may already have spread its wings in L.A., but in Seattle, the sun bursts through the platinum clouds only occasionally. That's fine with me, because I'm not here to bask in the sunshine; I'm here to eat. And in Seattle, it's serious...
  • Hotel gift shops go glam

    Hotel gift shops go glam
    The days when taking home a souvenir from your favorite hotel meant a bad logo T-shirt or golf visor are long gone. How about a Rebecca Minkoff bag? The W Hotel's stores have one in an exclusive shade of turquoise. A pair of Band of Outsiders pajamas?...
  • Breakfast from the Heart

    Breakfast from the Heart
    Whatever your age, you know you want to make Mom happy on Mother's Day. That's why I like to share healthy recipes for this special holiday that anyone -- children, men, or women cooking for their own mothers -- can cook easily for breakfast or brunch....
  • Shop till you drop, and stay, in Costa Mesa

    Shift into holiday shopping mode with a Costa Mesa hotel deal that lets you hit the malls in Orange County, then spend the night for as little as $110. The deal: The Costa Mesa special, available at nine hotels through Dec. 30, includes nightly dining...