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Daily DishSilver Lake, a neighborhood known for its booming brunch corridor and fancy coffee houses filled with faux-tousled musicians in designer jeans and tattooed yoga moms, has long suffered from a lack of destination dining (that's not to discount the welcome....
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticIf you've ever enjoyed a baked potato or an order of French fries, you have Peru to thank. Of course, we all learned in school that the potato came from Peru and that people there enjoy a gazillion different varieties. Anything more about Peruvian...
Dear SOS: Have you tried the roasted veggie burger at Upper West in Santa Monica? If you haven't, you must. It is hands down the best veggie burger on the planet. Would love to see if the Los Angeles Times Test Kitchen can come up with the recipe....
A stone's throw from the mega-mall South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, a short ride down Bristol, you'll find the Camp, an "alternative" mall on the order of the nearby Lab. It's a quirky place, with buildings set askew along a winding footpath and even a...
Tags: Salt, Mushrooms, Foods and Beverages, Pizzas, Asparagus
Third Street is on its way to becoming the latest restaurant row with a slew of openings slated for the next few months. Already open, a second restaurant from Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo of Animal in the old Cynthia's space just east of Orlando Avenue....
Baby artichoke gratin Total time: 50 minutes Servings: 8 to 10 -------------------- Our recipes, your kitchen: If you try any of the L.A. Times Test Kitchen recipes from this week's Food section, please share it with us: Click here to upload...
Brand XWho doesn't love fresh-baked coffeecake, a perfectly poached egg and some smoked fish or thick-cut bacon? On an abbreviated brunch crawl over the last couple of months, I tried to hit the highlights; it would have taken months more to check out every...
I have a confession to make: I hate brunch buffets, those all you-can-eat affairs where, faced with a selection as long as a football field, you promptly lose your mind and pile your plate to the point you're confronting far more than you can...
Tags: Breads, Blueberries, Biscuits, Salt, Mushrooms
Brand XNEW YEAR'S EVE 2010: Sure, hanging at home with friends and family waiting to watch the ball drop on TV is great. Oh wait, no it's not. It's boring. Don't let your New Year's Eve drop into the inevitable lip-synced, Seacrest-filled (anti) climax. Instead,...
Restaurant CriticSomething is going on at the new Lazy Ox Canteen. With no sign out front (yet) and a quiet presence at the edge of Little Tokyo, this cozy tavern is, so far, flying under the radar. But locals -- the brave denizens of downtown -- are making it a...
Lemon aioli Total time: 10 minutes Servings: 4 to 6 Note: This can be made in a food processor rather than with a mortar and pestle but not in a blender, which will leave the garlic too bitter. 4 cloves very fresh garlic 1/2 teaspoon coarse sea...
Tags: Salt, Building Material, Metal and Mineral, Lemons, Sea Salt
Chefs come and chefs go. Some don't change a thing. Others don't quite fit in. But sometimes a new chef can bring a breath of fresh air to a tired menu or contribute a whole new spirit to a place. Ammo, the little restaurant that could, on Highland...
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