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  • Yorktown Farmers Market: Stocked with fresh tomatoes, peaches and other good eats, as well as plants and services

    Yorktown Farmers Market: Stocked with fresh tomatoes, peaches and other good eats, as well as plants and services
    I returned from the Yorktown Farmers Market Saturday morning with what I had been looking for ... locally grown tomatoes and peaches. Yum-yum. Shopping at local grocery stores Friday, I was sad to see tomatoes from Peru and other faraway places. What'...
  • For Hampstead fencer, there's a point to everything

    For Hampstead fencer, there's a point to everything
    Michael Oles, of Hampstead, is passionate about the sport of fencing. He says that while each of the three disciplines — foil, saber and epee — has its loyal followers, all are in agreement about one thing: Fencing is a life-long passion....
  • Recipe: Spinach, yellow squash and grilled red pepper dip with yogurt

    Recipe: Spinach, yellow squash and grilled red pepper dip with yogurt
    A Ramadan recipe for spinach, yellow squash and grilled red pepper dip with yogurt Total time: About 1 hour, plus cooling and chilling times Servings: 4 to 6 Note: Serve this dip as an appetizer with fresh pita, Persian sangak bread or other Middle...
  • Recipe: Grilled eggplant dip with tahini, yogurt and roasted chiles

    Recipe: Grilled eggplant dip with tahini, yogurt and roasted chiles
    Total time: About 1 hours, plus chilling time Servings: 4 to 6 Note: Serve this dip with fresh pita bread or other Middle Eastern flatbread. You can find tahini paste and Aleppo red pepper at Middle Eastern markets. 2 globe eggplants (about 2 pounds)...
  • Fencing: Where wits foil physical prowess

    Fencing: Where wits foil physical prowess
    SANTA ANA — For those who practice it, fencing is a form of physical chess. Each move is carefully plotted. Possible scenarios are planned. Defensive strategies are at hand, should an opponent make an unexpected move. Tucked away off busy Harbor...
  • Unfazed, Jamal Fenwick focusing on his fencing future

    Unfazed, Jamal Fenwick focusing on his fencing future
    All eyes are on Jamal Fenwick when he walks into a fencing competition. The lingering stares he receives when he's at elite tournaments and Junior Olympic qualifiers are nothing new, and it really doesn't bother him at this point. As one of few...
  • The right time for a springtime dinner

    The right time for a springtime dinner
    Although winter in these parts hasn't been a terrible hardship this year, it's still pleasant to anticipate more moderate temperatures when you can put away the winter Crocs and start looking for your sandals. And who can blame you if you jump the...
  • Recipe Finder: Slow-Baked Shad

    Wanda Reynolds from Baltimore was looking for a recipe for baked shad. She remembered seeing a recipe for making the fish some years ago in a local newspaper. She thought the recipe called for a long baking time that helped soften the bones. Pamela Green...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Cheesecake baking tips and a trio of recipes

     
    Cheesecakes can be challenging for even the most experienced bakers. Here's a troubleshooting guide for your kitchen files. What went wrong? *Cracked surface: Eggs have been overbeaten. Beat the eggs only until they are mixed. Also caused by not loosening...
  • Heavy metals: Metallic makeup gets dense, aggressive

     
    Eyeshadow, nail polish and lipstick have been packing shimmer for decades. But now some cosmetics companies are taking the concept of metallic shine to new heights. And fashion-forward celebs, including Emma Watson, have been seen wearing opaque...
  • L.A. Times Test Kitchen tips: How to hold a chef's knife

     
    One of the first things culinary students learn when they enter the kitchen is how to properly hold a knife. Where and how you hold your blade determines your level of control. To maximize control, "choke up" on the knife.......