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Daily DishI have been trying, forever it seems, to get to Osteria Mozza. I don't live in the area, so dinner at the Nancy-Silverton-Mario-Batali-Joe-Bastianich hot spot is an Event That Requires Planning. The meal with a group of friends kept getting......
Liver tasting menu at the Grill on the Alley, $5 cocktails at Elements Kitchen and weekend brunch at DelphineDaily DishThe Grill on the Alley: This stylish Beverly Hills haunt is applying a modern approach to a vintage dish with its three-course liver tasting menu, served April 19-25. This isn't your grandmother's liver and onions: Dinner begins with an endive,......
Total time: 1 hour and 20 minutes Servings: 6 Note: This gnocchi recipe is adapted from one by Lidia Bastianich. Drain the ricotta in the refrigerator at least 1 hour before making the gnocchi, to remove any excess water. The dough can be made several...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterI can't believe it. At 8 o'clock on a Friday night, four of us are the sole guests at Leatherby's Cafe Rouge, the new restaurant at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa. Twenty minutes later, two tables are filled. Total. Considering...
Tags: Butter, Appetizers, Dining and Drinking, Charity, Potatoes
Asparagus, once a reliable harbinger of spring, is pretty much a year-round presence at Southern California farmers markets these days thanks to a peculiarly mild microclimate outside of Lompoc. But we still only get fat, juicy jumbo asparagus for a...
Tags: Energy Saving
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCome this way, up the garden steps and into a backyard where the patio is canopied by an old avocado tree. Take a seat in the mild yellow light of the resurgent sun, and fill a plate from a buffet of brunch dishes as spring-like as they are appetizing and...
Tags: Butter, Dining and Drinking, Easter, Thyme, Kosher Salt
Special to The TimesOne particularly sauna-ish day a friend mentions he is eating nothing but raw food right now because turning on the stove just feels like too much effort. It sounds a bit extreme, but he could be even more uninspired. He could be doing nothing but...
Tags: Butter, Cheese Corn, Green Beans, Pistachios, Salt
Total time: 1 hour, 10 minutes Servings: 4 to 6 Note: For asparagus stock, reserve cooking liquid from other preparations. 3/4 pound thin asparagus 1/4 pound shell-on shrimp 5 cups water or reserved asparagus stock 3 tablespoons butter, divided 1/2...
Times Staff WriterTHERE'S nothing more alluring than a nice, close shave. And it doesn't apply only to a man's face: Vegetables and fruits could use a shave, too. No, they don't get a 5 o'clock shadow. And no, you don't shave them with a Gillette. You use a mandoline....
Tags: Limes, Salads, Cheese Corn, Arugula, Weather
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe winemakers of Beaujolais are not happy this year. That seems odd, considering they live in some of France's most beautiful villages, where old stone houses are decked with flowers amid hillside vineyards heavy with grapes, a half-day's drive south of...
In the Roussillon, Jean Gardiès is known for his intense and pure Syrah, Mourvedre and old-vines Grenache. But he also makes a lovely Muscat Sec, or dry muscat, which makes a terrific summer aperitif wine. Fragrant and sweet with the scents of white...
Tags: Muscat (Oman)
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