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  • School's open, the butcher is in

    STEAK school is open. The Butcher of Panzano -- aka Dario Cecchini, the most famous butcher in all of Italy -- announces his Officina della Bistecca (Steak Workshop) in the heart of Tuscany's Chianti Classico region: "In a very convivial and above all...
  • Kerry Simon is taking over Las Vegas' restaurant scene

    BACK when Kerry Simon was training at the Culinary Institute of America in upstate New York in 1981, the definition of a "celebrity chef" as he knew it was something different altogether compared with what it means in this age of Rachael Ray and Tyler...
  • Hot Property: Britney Spears lists her home for $7.9 million

    Hot Property: Britney Spears lists her home for $7.9 million
    GOOGLING "Britney Spears" just now yielded 98,600,000 hits; googling " President Bush," 44,600,000. Makes you wonder what's wrong with this planet, doesn't it? Nevertheless, here's one more contribution to Google: Britney Spears -- pop princess or pop...
  • Versatile meringue transforms desserts

    Soft and billowy or sweet and crisp, meringue is a chameleon in the kitchen: Use it as a dessert topping, a magic mix-in that gives rise to dense cakes, even as cookie-like crumbles that lend crunch to all sorts of pastry-chef creations. It's made of...
  • For Martha Rose Shulman, a fancy kitchen isn't part of recipe

    For Martha Rose Shulman, a fancy kitchen isn't part of recipe
    "I bet you have a fabulous kitchen." People say that when they hear I write cookbooks. The truth is, I've never had a fancy kitchen, or a very large one. For 12 years I lived in a huge 19th century apartment in the 6th Arrondissement of Paris, where...
  • Letter from the Editor

    Wow. A big thank you. The response to the September issue was phenomenal—truly, beyond expectation. It is so gratifying to know we hit the note you wanted to hear, a magazine that told stories that made you laugh, cry and put the magazine aside...
  • So you want to be a sommelier?

    So you want to be a sommelier?
    Massage therapists, bellmen and valets aren't the people you'd expect to sit through a rigorous 10-month wine course. But in Southern California, the race is on to gain certification as a sommelier and get a foot in the door of one of today's hottest...
  • Restaurant Review: Nobu

    Restaurant Review: Nobu
    SEATED AT the sushi counter at the new Nobu Los Angeles, the three of us are oddly the only ones at the long counter made of blond-striped wood. We watch the hardworking sushi chefs turn out roll after roll after roll, neatly lining a sheet of nori with a...
  • J.W. Marriott and Ritz-Carlton liven downtown L.A.

    J.W. Marriott and Ritz-Carlton liven downtown L.A.
    Maybe the recession is really and truly over now. After all, a thousand and one hotel rooms have just bloomed in downtown Los Angeles amid the Kings and conventioneers. I'm talking about the once-desolate territory just north of interstate 10 and east of...
  • Oprah Named Most Powerful Celebrity Again

    Even if the top power couples -- Angelina Jolie/Brad Pitt and Beyonce/Jay-Z -- combined their incomes, they still wouldn't be able to surpass the fame and pay that has taken Oprah Winfrey to the top of Forbes' annual Power List. It's the second year...
  • Phil Vettel's Top 10 O'Hare Airport Eats

    1. Wolfgang Puck Airport Cafe, Terminal 3, near Gate K1. Arguably the best dining option in the entire airport, this sit-down, full-service restaurant has tons of seating and a full menu that includes Puck's signature four-cheese pizza and Chinois chicken...