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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...
Daily DishEach Friday, we post a recipe from the L.A. Times Test Kitchen that's perfect for weekend cooking. On this April Fool's Day, we give you: A blueberry fool on a berry fruit salad. This recipe is actually easy to make......
Brand XFoie 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...
Daily DishPhyllis 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......
The iconic upside-down cake of the American imagination is a golden sponge gilded with a slick of caramel, a corona of sweetened pineapple rings and incandescent maraschino cherries. Yet as sunshiny as it may seem, it hardly qualifies as a seasonal...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Apples, Coconut, Recipes, Pies and Tarts
Daily DishBring on the pie! And the pie ... and the pie. One hundred and fifty pies. Sour cream apple blueberry. Apple and more apple in every variation, including one with bacon and smoked paprika. Lots of pumpkin pies (no surprise......
Note: One of our low-fat desserts from summer, this blueberry pie is absolutely irresistible and extraordinarily fresh-tasting. The recipe comes from writer Kathie Jenkins' mother, Ardell Kochevar of Aurora, Minn. If you like to experiment, try other...
Tags: Blueberry Pie, Pies and Tarts, Salt, Baking Powder, Butter
Note:This was an instant hit with the tasters in The Times Test Kitchen. The olives help thicken the sauce and flavor the duck spectacularly. The recipe, from "Paula Wolfert's World of Food" (Harper & Row: 1988), is adapted from a Minorcan specialty...
The Hollywood farmers market has a distinctively urban, almost carnival-like atmosphere, blending serious foodies, working-class shoppers, musicians, petition gatherers and a scattering of freaks. It's the second-largest market in Southern California,...
Tags: Services and Shopping, Farms, Tomatoes, Pies and Tarts, Mangos
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...
Los Angeles TimesThe 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,...
Tags: St. George, Thomaston, Edward Hopper, Fishing, Glaciers
Note: In her summer story about the world of gelatins beyond Jell-O, Michelle Huneven got a lesson in gelatins and aspics from French-trained chef Patrick Healy, who runs the kitchens at Xiomara and Oye! in Pasadena and the Buffalo Club in West Los...
Tags: Vanilla Bean, Vanilla, Recipes, Heavy Cream, Raspberries
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