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  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Grammy parties dial it down a notch

    Grammy parties dial it down a notch
    This year's Grammys parties, downsized because of the economy, made for more intimate affairs -- and tighter guest lists. So tight that Ne-Yo got turned away at his own midnight breakfast get-together Saturday at the Kress club in Hollywood. As one...
  • Goodwill Guardians

    Goodwill Guardians
    New York has George Soros. L.A. has Eli Broad. Vegas? Bet you thought everyone was busy wagering. Wrong. The city,  historically known more for carnality than compassion, has a range of denizens working not only for a better city but a better world....
  • 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...
  • When chefs part ways, who gets custody of the recipes?

    Antonio Muré has up and left Westside Italian restaurants Piccolo and La Botte, and he's taken his recipes with him. Chef Muré had been a partner not only in Santa Monica's La Botte and Piccolo in Venice, but also Wilson in Culver City. Muré resigned...
  • Service that'll play in L.A.

    Service that'll play in L.A.
    Tom Colicchio, reality TV's reigning chef, just got a serious dose of reality. Service at Craft, his new restaurant in Century City, stumbled out of the gate. After a couple of early negative reviews and pointed complaints from customers and peers,...
  • The Review: Palate Food + Wine

    The Review: Palate Food + Wine
    YOU SNAG a parking spot on the street in the middle of Brand Boulevard's endless row of car dealerships and as you get out of the car, you can feel the salesmen go into high alert. A possible buyer for that gas-guzzling truck? No, just another food...
  • Know before you go

    Where: 2800 E. Observatory Road, Griffith Park, L.A. When: Reopens Friday. The observatory will be open noon to 10 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, and closed Mondays. It will close on Thanksgiving and Christmas....
  • Griffith Observatory's restoration is out of sight

    With the Griffith Observatory finally set to reopen Friday after a restoration and expansion project that stretched nearly five years and cost $93 million, it's time for a quick round of Pick Your Astronomical Metaphor. There is, for starters, the...