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Noelle Carter

Writer

As the L.A. Times Test Kitchen director, Noelle Carter oversees the testing of all recipes that appear in The Times. In addition, she writes features and contributes to Food’s Daily Dish blog. Noelle is also a regular contributor to "The Splendid Table" radio program. A native Southern Californian, she holds a degree in film from the University of Southern California and, when she’s not cooking, loves watching old movies.

Recent Articles

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    Cool, simple and refreshing: 16 recipes for gazpacho

    Cool, simple and refreshing, sometimes nothing beats a bowl of homey gazpacho. We’ve combed through our Recipe Database to come up with 16 of our favorite recipes, from rich tomato to sweet melon, spicy cucumber, grape, beet, creamy avocado and more. noelle.carter@latimes.com @noellecarter

  • 9 vegan dessert recipes perfect for Meatless Monday

    9 vegan dessert recipes perfect for Meatless Monday

    Go ahead and give in to your sweet tooth tonight. Whether you’re craving Key lime pie, cookies, cheesecake or even “ice cream,” we’ve compiled 9 of our favorite dessert recipes — one taste, and you might never know they’re vegan. Each recipe is a perfect way to finish off Meatless Monday. Because...

  • Tomatoes are in season. We have recipes.

    Tomatoes are in season. We have recipes.

    What’s in season: Varieties of heirloom and other tomatoes are showing up at a number of markets. Though the quality of supermarket tomatoes continues to improve, it’s still hard to beat the flavor offered by local farmers at various stands, with colorful fruit in all shapes and sizes, and names...

  • 5 recipes for Key lime pie fans

    5 recipes for Key lime pie fans

    Graham cracker or flour-based crust? Whipped cream or meringue? As much as fans love Key lime pie, they can be just as passionate about how it’s made. No worries. We have recipes to please all palates — and maybe even create some new Key lime pie fans in the process (including a vegan version)....

  • Chop it up: 7 perfect chopped salad recipes

    Chop it up: 7 perfect chopped salad recipes

    Sometimes, dinner can be as easy as chopping a couple of ingredients, then serving. At least where salads are concerned. We’ve compiled seven of our favorite chopped salad recipes, including chopped Greek, chopped antipasto, chopped kale and classic chopped chicken. noelle.carter@latimes.com @noellecarter

  • 18 recipes for everything from blueberry to zucchini muffins

    18 recipes for everything from blueberry to zucchini muffins

    Blueberry, lemon, poppy seed, apple and more. What’s your favorite muffin? We’ve compiled 18 of our favorite recipes, from streusel-topped classics for breakfast, to double-chocolate zucchini mini muffins perfect for a simple dessert or snack on the go. noelle.carter@latimes.com @noellecarter

  • A summer classic: 15 of our favorite potato salad recipes

    A summer classic: 15 of our favorite potato salad recipes

    Potato salad is one of those quintessential summer dishes, whether you’re planning your next picnic spread or summer cookout. We’ve gathered 15 of our favorite recipes, from the creamy classic to variations including roasted potato salad, potato salad with salmon, steak or octopus and more. noelle.carter@latimes.com...

  • Culinary SOS: How to make the avocado sauce from Cielito Lindo on Olvera Street

    Culinary SOS: How to make the avocado sauce from Cielito Lindo on Olvera Street

    It’s hard to walk through Los Angeles’ Olvera Street without making a stop at Cielito Lindo. The restaurant, one of the oldest in the city, has been serving its famous crunchy taquitos since 1934, doused in a thin but spicy avocado sauce. Reader Jim Toomey from Reseda has been enjoying the taquitos...

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