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Daily DishJenn Garbee explores chefs who bridge the gap with their suppliers by spending some quality time on the farm....
Total time: 1 hour, 45 minutes, plus rising times Servings: 12 to 16 Note: The cake can be adapted to any occasion by substituting or eliminating the colored sugars. Colored sugars and plastic king cake babies are generally available at baking supply...
Tags: Butter, Salt, Cream Cheese, Mardi Gras, Pecans
Culture MonsterJosef Woodard reviews Morton Subotnick and California E.A.R. Unit at REDCAT...
24 FramesJason Biggs and Seann William Scott of "American Pie" are back in “American Reunion,” which brings the class of 1999 back to its Michigan hometown for a get-together. A few days after returning from Europe where they had been promoting the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesYou may have heard of the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, or the gathering of sun worshipers to celebrate the summer solstice at Britain's Stonehenge, but Europe has plenty of other less famous but equally unusual festivals. Some date back many...
Tags: Spain, Arts and Culture, Festive Events, Europe, Human Interest
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe U.S. Department of Agriculture has proclaimed Aug. 7 to 13 to be National Farmers Market Week. In Southern California, unlike most of the rest of the country, we enjoy exciting offerings of local produce year-round. But even here, high summer gives us...
You might ask yourself: Why would anyone want to be married on Halloween or celebrate a Halloween-themed wedding? The truth is, a lot of couples choose Halloween simply because of the gorgeous fall weather, while others love the quirkiness of the holiday....
Tags: Marriage, Pumpkin, Dries Van Noten, Holidays, Family
Where to find them Devoto Gardens (Stan and Susan Devoto). Organic Gravenstein apples grown in Sebastopol, at St. Helena (Friday), San Francisco Ferry Plaza (Saturday) and San Rafael (Sunday) farmers markets; devotogardens.com FruitGuys....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesWith thick, hollow trunks and lichen-draped limbs propped up on crutches, the century-old Gravenstein trees at Walker Apples look less like a working orchard than an arboreal infirmary, or the rear guard of a retreating army. The 20 square miles of...
Tags: Farms, Genes and Chromosomes, Grapes, Pies and Tarts
Special to the Los Angeles TimesFor the junk food junkie, a road trip can be a dream journey. Between the fast food outlets and the glop at gas station minimarts, travelers may find themselves on a never-ending sugar/trans-fat wallow. But on a monthlong road trip from Los Angeles to...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe word "heirloom" is commonly applied to the produce sold at farmers markets, but the concepts behind it frequently are misunderstood or stretched, both by growers and the public. Originally the word was a legal term referring to goods that descended to...
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