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  • Two new Pac-10 teams: Their home turfs are also a travel opportunity

    Two new Pac-10 teams: Their home turfs are also a travel opportunity
    The familiar symmetry of the Pacific 10 Conference is changing, and that calls for a road trip. By joining the Pac-10 in 2011, the universities of Utah and Colorado will make it the Pac-12. With that, the rhythms of USC and UCLA fans traveling to the...
  • The Best Thing You Ever Ate… In Connecticut -- Readers' Choices

    The Best Thing You Ever Ate… In Connecticut -- Readers' Choices
    On this foodiest of food days, we give thanks to the many wonderful people and places in the state making great dishes, and to our readers, who took the time to salute their favorites, some deservedly well-acclaimed, others little-known treasures. We...
  • A luscious year's top 10

    LOOKING back on the hundreds of recipes published in Food this year (384, to be exact), we're wondering: How do we stay so thin? OK, so we don't. Or not all of us, anyway. How could we, when there are so many wonderful dishes to sample week after week?...
  • Vegetarian Today: Zucchini is a rock star veggie

    When I think about summer ingredients, blueberries, cherries, melons and corn come to mind. But don't forget zucchini. We think it's boring but in Italy, Greece and throughout the Mediterranean, it's a rock star. Summer squashes, both green zucchini...
  • Natural Perspectives: Setting up a hydroponics system

    This weekend Vic and I visited a new kind of gardening store in Huntington Beach, Surf City Hydroponics, on the northeast corner of Warner Avenue and Gothard Street. I don't think I've ever been so lost in a store dedicated to growing plants, or so amazed...
  • Angling for Fish

    Angling for Fish
    The young teens get a kick out of the fishermen in our family. They spend hours, even days, at the sport. Some of the guys enjoy guided fly-fishing in remote areas of the country. They wear elaborate get-ups to guard against cold rivers. Photographs prove...
  • Pomegranates: How to choose, store and prepare

    Pomegranates: How to choose, store and prepare
    Sweet and tangy as they are, pomegranates are undoubtedly the "un-convenience" fruit. Few other foods demand as much of the eater. Not only do you have to break through that tough, leathery outer shell, but then you have to pry apart the pith to get to...
  • Florida Thanksgiving travel guide

    Florida Thanksgiving travel guide
    Want to hang up the apron this Thanksgiving? Those looking for ways to celebrate with a festive meal or resort getaway have more options in Florida than a turkey has feathers. Here are some packages and feasts offered at a dozen spots in our state: *...
  • All aboard for a tour of Little Tokyo and East L.A. Next stop: foodie nirvana

    All aboard for a tour of Little Tokyo and East L.A. Next stop: foodie nirvana
    Call it the sushi-torta express. Set to start running on Sunday, the Gold Line Eastside Extension is a direct, six-mile shot from Little Tokyo to East Los Angeles. It's also a light-rail lifeline to the incredible variety of restaurants that surrounds...
  • Thanksgiving takeout and dining options

    Thanksgiving takeout and dining options
    There are at least a couple of ways to deal with the fact that you have yet to plan Thanksgiving dinner: reservations at any of the dozens of restaurants that will be celebrating the holiday, or takeout. In addition to the listings below, check your...
  • Even In Cold Weather, Organic Produce Flourishes At White Gate Farm In East Lyme

    Even In Cold Weather, Organic Produce Flourishes At White Gate Farm In East Lyme
    Pauline Lord sits in the kitchen of her home in East Lyme, sunlight streaming through windows that wrap two walls. One morning last week, she reflected on the past decade, during which she and her husband, David Harlow, created a small but thriving...