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  • Chardonnay: The great grape

    Chardonnay: The great grape
    Chardonnay is the most ubiquitous fine wine grape grown on the globe. Wherever wine drinkers go, chardonnay wine was there before them. (Barring Bordeaux, where appellation law and local vainglory consign its wine to the shops.) Chardonnay is...
  • Wine named in honor of legendary rocker

    A limited edition wine will be released Sunday in honor of Burbank native Randy Rhoads, who was the lead guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne and Quiet Riot before he was killed in a plane crash while on tour with Osbourne in 1982. The Rhoads special edition 2005...
  • In-flight Wi-Fi fees: How to get discounts

    In-flight Wi-Fi fees: How to get discounts
    I had been reluctant to try in-flight Wi-Fi because of the cost, but when I found a discount that cut the fee to $7.46 on a recent American Airlines flight, I tried the service and liked it. And the connection seemed faster than my DSL at home. As it...
  • Wine on the rocks

    Wine on the rocks
    Family and friends toasted guitar legend Randy Rhoads on Sunday during a release party for a Cabernet Sauvignon that bears his name. Rhoads was the lead guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne and Quiet Riot before he was killed in a plane crash while on tour...
  • Wines with nuance

    Wines with nuance
    In our country, if a little of something is good, then a lot of it must be better. And so it has become with many of our wines from (especially) California and Washington. In our country, if a little of something is good, then a lot of it must be better....
  • Why are steakhouse steaks special?

    Why are steakhouse steaks special?
    Q: Why are steakhouse steaks so good? —John Corcoran, Sonoma, Calif. A: My immediate response was: Because they simply are. Then I found a passage in "Steak Lover's Cookbook" by my old Tribune colleague, William Rice, that put the answer more...
  • A passion for produce

    A passion for produce
    Organic, sustainable, local -- everyone talks the trendy talk, but some foodies are taking the locavore message to heart. They're not only frequenting farmers markets, they're launching locavore supper clubs and recipe-rich blogs, and subscribing to CSAs...
  • It's A Gray Area: Geothermal hot in sustainable world

    Much of Iceland sits on active volcanic zones. In fact, that is why the country is known as the land of fire and ice. In those volcanic areas, when ground water flows down into the cracks of the Earth's surface and encounters hot or molten rock, it either...
  • Speaking of wine, family and love

    Speaking of wine, family and love
    Jean-Charles Boisset is the wine world equivalent of a star chef. Handsome, successful, globe-trotting and visionary — and wed last year to another wine star, Gina Gallo — he is intent on making distinctive wine at all price points. The French...
  • 'Yoda' World's Ugliest Dog Dies

    'Yoda' World's Ugliest Dog Dies
    PETALUMA, Calif. (KTLA) -- The 2011 'World's Ugliest Dog' has died. Yoda, a 15-year-old Chinese-crested and Chihuahua mix died in her sleep Saturday. The 1.8-pound mix won $1,000 after beating 29 other canine contestants at the competition in Petaluma,...
  • Businesses near Palomar park brace for closure

    Businesses near Palomar park brace for closure
    SAN DIEGO -- News that Palomar Mountain State Park is on a list of 70 locations around California slated for closure because of budget cuts has local businesses preparing for the worst. The park could be shut down in July 2012, according to state parks...