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  • Chat with California Cook columnist Russ Parsons

    2007-11-01 13:02:17.0 Russ Parsons: Hey everyone and welcome back to the food chat. I've got to tell you, I can't remember the last time I got as excited about a cooking technique as I was over that salt-roasting I wrote about yesterday. It's completely...
  • Alfresco in the canyon, it all comes together

    Alfresco in the canyon, it all comes together
    HALFWAY through a bright, breeze-driven November morning, in the open kitchen of a high-ceilinged wooden house in Topanga, about five miles inland and up the Santa Monica Mountains from the Pacific Ocean, chef Christian Shaffer stands at the stove...
  • Recipe: Kabocha squash crème caramel

    Recipe: Kabocha squash crème caramel
    Total time: 3 hours, 40 minutes, plus overnight chilling Servings: 12 Note: From Christian Shaffer. You will need a 9-inch glass loaf pan. 1/2 small kabocha squash (about 3 cups cubed) 1 tablespoon butter 2 1/2 cups sugar, divided 1 quart heavy...
  • Tastes like a big bowl of summer

    The big soup -- it's minestrone. That's literally what it means. And it's not just the big soup, but the big summer soup, because of all the fantastic vegetables you can get at the markets or from your own garden right now: juicy tomatoes, sweet corn,...
  • CalArts show comes to Chinatown

    CalArts show comes to Chinatown
    THE LATEST crop of candidates for master of fine arts degrees from the California Institute of the Arts seems to be adhering to the classic real estate mantra "location, location, location" in the execution of its graduate exhibition. "We Want a New...
  • Chalabi returns to prominence and power

    Ahmad Chalabi sits in the conference room of his compound in the Green Zone preparing to meet with Lt. Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, the No. 2 U.S. military officer in Iraq. Sunlight streams over expensive Persian carpets and modern Iraqi furniture. Chalabi...
  • Thai street fare finds a home at Cha Chaa

    Thai street fare finds a home at Cha Chaa
    When the weekly food fest at Wat Thai Temple in North Hollywood was closed down almost two years ago because of neighbors' complaints about crowds and parking, the culinary blogosphere went wild with texted groans lamenting the loss of its cherished...
  • Vegetarian cookbook author Anna Thomas ladles out 'Love Soup'

    Vegetarian cookbook author Anna Thomas ladles out 'Love Soup'
    Anna Thomas, a few canvas bags hanging on one arm, wanders the rows of the Ventura farmers market just eight hours before her guests are to sit around the table in the soaring great room of her home in Ojai. She chooses yellow onions and prune plums,...
  • 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...
  • 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?...
  • The Review: Elements Kitchen in Pasadena -- all the elements of success

    The Review: Elements Kitchen in Pasadena -- all the elements of success
    The closing of the Pasadena Playhouse must have been a blow to the new Elements Kitchen right next door. Chef-owner Onil Chibás had to have been counting on business from theatergoers as part of his business plan. But shortly after the renovations were...