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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMAN does not live by sushi alone. You'd never know it, though, from the way sushi bars pack them in all over the Southland. There is, however, much more to Japanese cuisine than spicy tuna rolls and yellowtail sashimi washed down with chilled sake or Diet...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Aioli, David Lee, Mushrooms, Ice Cream
Active work time: 20 minutes Total preparation time: 45 minutes Dressing 3 tablespoons white balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 1/3 cup olive oil Salt, pepper 2 tablespoons minced parsley Combine the...
Tags: Salads, Mustard, Salt, Lifestyle and Leisure, Parsley
Times Staff Writer2007-08-23 13:07:31.0 Russ Parsons: Hey everybody! and you, too, Diddy. With summer at its peak, I thought today might be a good time to talk about tomatoes. I'll be happy to answer as many questions as I can, but I'd also like to know what you think....
Special to The TimesHere's a nut-brain idea: Stop killing things. Toss aside those reflexive and lowly habits, and start using nonlethal techniques to keep pests out of your garden. Too nutty? Most organic gardening concerns itself with nontoxic (to humans and pets, at...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Animals, Disco (genre), Gardening, Tomatoes
Total time: 1 hour, 15 minutes plus overnight chilling time Servings: 6 (2 slices per serving) Note: From owner-chef Shigefumi Tachibe of Chaya Brasserie. Use a mandoline to thinly slice the zucchini, artichoke hearts and fennel. Cashew cheese 1 1/...
Special to The TimesThe hot plate is grimy. Someone swiped your hard-boiled eggs from the mini-fridge. You love Outkast, but you can't go to sleep to it. It's time to move out of the dorm. Oh, brave young homesteader. You are not a newlywed, and no one has yet showered...
Times Staff WriterTrue lovers of asparagus are a devout bunch, united in their passion for spring's first green spears and resolute in their refusal to be seduced by the siren song of out-of-season impostors. But within this flock lies a deep division. Meet another...
Tags: Chives, Risotto, Science and Technology, Salt, Onions
Times Staff WriterDriving by an asparagus field, you'd never guess it was such a demanding crop. In fact, you might not even know it was planted at all. If you didn't know better, all you'd see would be acres of deeply plowed earth. Because the spears need soft earth and...
Total time: 1 hour Servings: 4 Note: From "Alfred Portale's Gotham Bar and Grill Cookbook" (Doubleday, 1997). Potato salad 4 small new potatoes, well scrubbed Coarse salt 1/4 cup mustard vinaigrette 2 teaspoons minced shallots Freshly ground white...
Times Staff WriterMy neighbor Robert, who shops only at farmers markets for his fruit and vegetables, is one of the best home cooks I know. He's never been a recipe sort of a guy, instead improvising in his tiny Santa Monica kitchen to make great dishes out of those...
Tags: Kosher Salt, Carrots, Salads, Family, Strawberries
Special to The TimesSelf-control is never one of my strong suits, but I can resist out-of-season food as easily as a teetotaler tunes out Robert Parker. There are a dozen reasons why, but the most basic is simply the pleasure principle. Abstinence does make the heart grow...
Tags: Kosher Salt, Easter, French Bread, Family, Strawberries
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