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Vegetarian Diet (INACTIVE)

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  • The artisan: Bread baker Mark Stambler

    The artisan: Bread baker Mark Stambler
    As Mark Stambler struggles to open a flour-dusted folding table in his Los Feliz home kitchen, it's pretty clear those charming but space-hungry mint green country cupboards were not the brainchild of this efficiency-driven bread baker. "My wife did all...
  • Raw meat, a manly dish in Ethiopia

    Raw meat, a manly dish in Ethiopia
    When tourist James Barker had dinner at the home of his Ethiopian hosts, he knew he'd have to be polite and eat whatever indigenous cuisine they offered him. He didn't know it wouldn't be cooked. Ethiopia is "a nation who generally live[s] on raw meat,...
  • Tal Ronnen says make it vegan but make it delicious

    Tal Ronnen says make it vegan but make it delicious
    Tal Ronnen catered the vegan wedding for Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi. Casino mogul Steve Wynn tapped him to add vegan dishes to the menus at all 22 restaurants at the luxurious Wynn and Encore resorts in Vegas. Former McDonald's executives...
  • The joys of Mexican vegetarian dishes

    The joys of Mexican vegetarian dishes
    My Mexican grandfather used to say that salads were for rabbits. My Mexican father thinks a good steak cures any stomach ailment. And a Mexican friend used to joke that a pet pig that lived near my old Westside neighborhood would last approximately two...
  • White House Christmas decor includes military tribute

    White House Christmas decor includes military tribute
    "Shine, Give, Share" is the theme for Christmas at the White House, whose doors were flung open Wednesday to the first wave of guests given the chance to ogle its fragrant, fanciful holiday finery, including no fewer than 37 trees. Before the fun stuff,...
  • Culinary SOS: Eggplant osso buco

    Culinary SOS: Eggplant osso buco
    Dear SOS: We went to Santa Barbara and had very good lunch at Four Seasons-Biltmore. We wanted to order a vegetarian meal, and there it was on the menu, eggplant osso buco. You usually think of osso buco as meat, but that was eggplant in that shape of...
  • Dine like a Vietnamese emperor

    Dine like a Vietnamese emperor
    It's just before the dinner rush at Huong Giang, a central Vietnamese restaurant in Westminster's Little Saigon, and dozens of dim-sum-like dishes obscure our tabletop. Chopsticks eagerly reach for fat little shrimp-filled dumplings and impossibly...
  • Dining: Cafe Gratitude in L.A., for the vegan Stuart Smalleys of the world

    Dining: Cafe Gratitude in L.A., for the vegan Stuart Smalleys of the world
    Written on the mirror of the women's bathroom at Café Gratitude, a new raw and vegan restaurant, are the words, "I adore myself and everyone else." The sentiment is part of the positivity campaign that the restaurant has been waging since opening on...
  • Critic's Choice: Restaurants that help make every occasion special

    Critic's Choice: Restaurants that help make every occasion special
    Especially at this time of year, when relatives roll into town eager to live it up. It's fun to introduce them to L.A.'s ethnic dining scene, chase food trucks around town and stop in at the latest cutting-edge venues. But at some point, they may want...
  • Critic's Choice: Where to go for dumplings

    Critic's Choice: Where to go for dumplings
    Love dumplings? The soupy, Shanghai-style ones filled with juicy pork? Puck-shaped Beijing ones with beef? Pan-fried? Steamed? Boiled? There are Vietnamese dumplings made with rice flour wrappers folded around chunks of sautéed shrimp. Or beefy Lebanese...
  • Hot Knives' new cookbook among those on cutting edge of L.A. wave

    Hot Knives' new cookbook among those on cutting edge of L.A. wave
    It's not often that you see a picture of an author swigging from a flask in a cookbook, but that's exactly what Evan George, one-half of the L.A.-based food blogging duo known as Hot Knives, is doing on the back cover of the pair's new vegetarian...