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Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi’s “Jerusalem: A Cookbook” was named the best cookbook of the year by the International Assn. of Culinary Professionals on Tuesday night in San Francisco. The book focuses on the shared flavors and foods...
Los Angeles TimesRemember when you couldn't go to a restaurant without coming across yet another flourless chocolate cake? And when that trend finally passed, the chocolate fashion became precious, over-elaborate tastings of this and that. I'm glad that's finally passé....
Tags: Mexico, Chile, Frida Kahlo, Dining and Drinking, Chocolate Cake
The inimitable Zagat has just released its 2013 "30 Under 30" awards, honoring the top young culinary talents in the Los Angeles area. The 30 honorees were feted Monday night at a cocktail party at the Emerson Theatre with Zagat founders Tim and Nina...
In our latest Master Class, Thomas Keller celebrates a simple yet elegant custard tart: "So often when people plan Valentine's Day dinners, they want to finish with a big, elaborate dessert. I prefer to go in a different direction. To me, nothing...
Tags: Pies and Tarts
"Eating Las Vegas 2013" is just out. The third edition of the savvy guide to Vegas dining has three very different critics -- John Curtas (KNPR Nevada Public Radio), Max Jacobson (dining critic for Seven magazine) and Al Mancini (Las Vegas CityLife) --...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure
Ooooh, the holiday season does bring out the cranky in some people, doesn’t it? When our S. Irene Virbila wrote a blog post the other day about her new favorite roast chicken – from British chef Simon Hopkinson’s “Roast Chicken and...
The perfect gift for the chocolate lover: bouchons. Thomas Keller's recipe for bouchons is built with a cup of cocoa powder and 6 ounces of chopped chocolate -- and twice that amount of melted butter. The bouchons turn out of their tins like oversize...
Tags: Hanukkah, Kosher Salt, Salt, Recipes, Butter
There’s been another change at the top of the normally placid Thomas Keller Restaurant Group. David Breeden, formerly the executive sous chef at Per Se in New York, will be moving west to replace Timothy Hollingsworth at the top of the French...
If all of California had been created by a romance novelist, it would probably look like Santa Barbara -- whitewashed walls, red-tile roofs, gentle slopes, lapping waves, swaying fronds, stately churches and private estates suitable for Oprah, Rob Lowe...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFirst published on Sept. 25, 2011. Revised and expanded in early 2012. You're an outsider heading to the Westside of Los Angeles -- not the beach cities, but Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Westwood and the nearby well-heeled neighborhoods south of the Santa...
WHERE TO STAY Ojai Retreat, 160 Besant Road, Ojai; (805) 646-2536, http://www.ojairetreat.com. Main house and four cottages (12 units in all) on 5 acres. No TV or phones, free Wi-Fi. Rates $99-$289 (and no lodging tax, because it's a nonprofit)....
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticThis weather practically demands a picnic. But having the time to make the entire spread is often more dream than reality. That's where some of L.A.'s top restaurants step in with takeout picnics to order. OK, you didn't make everything yourself. Get over...
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