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High-energy Amy Finley gave a fast-paced cooking demonstration Saturday at the Los Angeles Times Travel Show. (She returns at 11 a.m. Sunday (today) for a second demo.) Finley, a classically trained cook and the author of "How to Eat a Small Country,"...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Mustard, ABC (tv network), Travel
The Food Network South Beach Food & Wine Festival kicked off Thursday night with Moët Hennessy's The Q hosted by Paula Deen and sons presented by Omaha Steaks. Several white tents spanning the size of a football field were set up over a section of the...
If you read only one food story today (not that I’m advising that), you absolutely must read Andy Greenwald’s brilliant piece on food television on Grantland. Not only is it a smart analysis of how the genre has devolved from Julia and Jacques...
Tags: Guy Fieri, Anthony Bourdain, Sandra Lee
Every time I saw a preview for the Food Network's "Worst Cooks in America," I changed the channel. I wrote it off as just another reality TV competition loosely based on cooking and didn't think twice about it. But Sunday night, I found myself sitting...
Tags: Television, Entertainment, Mario Batali , Bobby Flay, Recipes
The big buzzword in cookbook publishing for the last decade has been “platform,” referring to something that made you famous before you actually wrote a cookbook. It usually meant a television show or a famous restaurant. Publishers Weekly&...
Tags: Fiction, Television, Entertainment, Giada De Laurentiis, Recipes
Chef Shawn McClain will soon open his first pizzeria inside Las Vegas' Aria resort, a property at which he has run the popular, upscale Sage restaurant since CityCenter’s opening three years ago. The eatery, called FIVE50, is to open this spring....
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticLet's say that a correspondent has asked if you have been to the new Wuhan restaurant in San Gabriel, and let's say that you answer him, to save face, with the Internet equivalent of a smile and a nod. It is easy enough to find this restaurant — a...
The new year represents a long-awaited new start for the Tribune Co. The newspaper and television conglomerate emerged from bankruptcy Monday, a financially stronger version of the company that sought court protection four years ago but one that still...
First, the bad news. "Aarti Party" has been canceled. Technically, Food Network says, the show is on "hiatus" and can still be caught in reruns. But Aarti Sequeira -- the Los Angeles food blogger who landed the show after winning Season 6 of "The Next...
There's a two-in-three chance that the winner of "The Next Iron Chef" will be a woman. Cause to celebrate? Chefs Amanda Freitag and Alex Guarnaschelli are now duking it out with pitbull chef Nate Appleman for the Season 5 title of "Next Iron Chef" and a...
Tags: Justice System, Peanuts, The Hershey Co., Judges, Politics
The remaining five contestants on "Next Iron Chef" took a trip to Las Vegas Sunday evening for a Vegas wedding -- of wacky ingredients, of course. For the Chairman's Challenge of fusion, host Alton Brown married ingredients for the chefs: peanut butter...
Tags: Limes, Judges, Blue Cheese, Salads, Crime, Law and Justice
Tired of tracking the conference whereabouts of your favorite school? Well, take a number and get in realignment line. Even the people paid to cover the sport have trouble keeping up. INTERACTIVE: Conference Realignment chart The turning point for...
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