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  • From the Culinary SOS archive: La Grande Orange Cafe's Brussels sprout salad

     
    Phyllis e-mailed me recently requesting the recipe for the Brussels sprout salad from La Grande Orange Cafe in Pasadena: "It was with curious adventure that [I] ordered the Brussels sprout salad at La Grande Orange Cafe. I was delighted with......
  • Treats with bite: gourmet food pampers pooches

     
    Foie gras ice cream? Duck fat cookies? Those sound like components that Ludovic Lefebvre would have on the menu at LudoBites. Instead, this refined food has gone to the dogs as part of a gourmet treat trend that's spread to boutiques, bakeries, trucks and...
  • Good things come in brunches: six L.A. favorites

     
    Who 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...
  • Recipes: Keep your late-season cool with DIY popsicles

     
    Whether bright and studded with fruit or smooth and shiny like stained glass, ice pops are playful, big in taste, low in guilt and easy to love. Even better: They're nearly as easy to make. One of the pleasures of pop-making is that unlike churning ice...
  • 'Real Housewives of New Jersey': car accidents, blueberries and Chanels

     
    What do you do when the drama surrounding Danielle Staub and her frenemie Kim G. (aka the woman who has no shame in likening Staub’s breasts to squares) just isn’t going to cut it anymore with viewers? If you’re Bravo,......
  • Pizzaiolo Bradford Kent gives L.A. a taste of Olio

     
    We've been tracking Bradford Kent since his days at the Manhattan Beach farmers market, where he'd roll his wood-burning oven to 13th Street and serve up his fresh crisp-crusted pizzas. Back then he was making specials such as a Thai......
  • Chocolate- and vanilla-flavored formulas for toddlers are criticized

    Chocolate- and vanilla-flavored formulas for toddlers are criticized
    Blogging moms and nutritionists are criticizing a new formula for toddlers that comes in chocolate and vanilla flavors as an early start to obesity. "Is it really a good idea to get our kids hooked on all things chocolate at the same time they're...
  • He's got religion, set on frappe

    He's got religion, set on frappe
    When I open the freezer, out spill industrial-sized bags of spinach, blueberries and chopped bananas from Costco. Inside the pantry, protein powder and barley and large sacks of organic SuperGreens ("made from the purest probiotic greens grown on high-...
  • Planning your trip to Maine

    THE BEST WAY TO THE MAINE COAST From LAX, nonstop service to Boston is available on American, JetBlue, Virgin America and United; direct service (stop, no change of plane) is offered on Delta and Southwest; and connecting service (change of planes) is...
  • Coastal Maine: Etched in the heart

    Coastal Maine: Etched in the heart
    The Olson House is hard to find, but once you arrive, there is no mistaking it. We made a few wrong turns at first, my brother and his wife, my wife, Margie, and I. The four of us had had taken this day trip to the village of Cushing just three years ago,...
  • Jean Giraud, or Moebius, dies at 73; master comics artist

    Jean Giraud, or Moebius, dies at 73; master comics artist
    Jean Giraud, an enduring figure in European comics whose fantasy and sci-fi work — which he signed with his alias, Moebius — deeply influenced alien-world imagery throughout pop culture, has died. He was 73. Giraud died Friday night or...