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  • Lasagna, liberated

    Lasagna, liberated
    My old hand-cranked fresh-pasta machine came out of the cabinet the other day. And that meant it was time to make lasagna. After all these years, it still seems like magic to me: the way a few turns of a handle can turn a lumpy dough into pure silk....
  • The Del: A beachy do-over with charm to spare

    WHEN it comes to neighborhood restaurants in L.A., it's all about the micro-climates -- the prevailing winds can be so different in different parts of town, you can't just plant a bistro any old where and have it flourish. The Del, an 8-month-old spot...
  • Max in Sherman Oaks gets retooled and soaks up good vibes

    Max in Sherman Oaks gets retooled and soaks up good vibes
    On a warm Indian summer night in Sherman Oaks, my friends and I occupy a corner table framed by fashionably rusty metal trellises on the sidewalk terrace in front of Max. Outside, couples stroll by, some walking the dog, others, friends out for dinner...
  • Your mission: Find Mesa's front door

    I heard about it from an O.C. friend: a new restaurant and lounge just opened in Costa Mesa. It's one of those clandestine deals, he told me. No listed phone number, no sign, no address out front. A friend of a friend who knows the sommelier told him...
  • 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?...
  • 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...
  • Best cookbooks of a great season

    Best cookbooks of a great season
    WALK into the cookbook section of a good bookstore these days and it's what you don't see that's the biggest gift of the season. Instead of the miles of aisles of Food Network-packaged slickness, the interchangeable Paula/Rachael/Giadas that have been...
  • On the market: Putting down roots near community gardens

     
    With the first day of spring looming next Saturday, some homeowners are starting to plan vegetable gardens. But community gardeners like Van Nuys resident David Ringger, 70, board president of the 22-acre Van Nuys Airport Garden Club, have already sprung....
  • Garden Planted And Almost Growing

     
    Central Florida gardeners can not put off planting the warm season garden much longer.  Even though it is a bit cool still  we all know the warm to hot weather is just around the corner.  Tomatoes need some time to grow plants and then set th...
  • 'Top Chef: Las Vegas': A winner is served

     
    V is for Voltaggio victory, but not the brother we think a lot of you were rooting for.Top Chef's finale tonight threw us a curveball -- the winner was Michael Voltaggio, this season's bad boy, beat out his brother, the......