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  • Resources for celiac disease

    Resources for celiac disease
    A by-no-means exhaustive list of resources follows. Please send us your favorites. Celiac Disease Foundation, based in Studio City. Information, seminars and product shows, children's summer camp. Mayo Clinic. Information on health and gluten-free...
  • Kroger turns spoiled food into electricity; how do you reduce waste?

    Kroger turns spoiled food into electricity; how do you reduce waste?
    As supermarkets try to figure out how to cut down on waste and experiment with alternative forms of energy,  Kroger Co. says it's doing both simultaneously by turning landfill-bound organic matter into electricity that powers its stores, The Times'...
  • $1-million bag of potato chips: Lay's Cheesy Garlic Bread wins

    $1-million bag of potato chips: Lay's Cheesy Garlic Bread wins
    Cheesy Garlic Bread potato chips beat out Sriracha and Chicken and Waffles varieties to become Lay's next chip flavor. A chip contest from Frito-Lay that drew 3.8 million submissions resulted in the three new flavors. Karen Weber-Mendham of Land O'...
  • Storefront Deli, home of the life-changing BLT, closes

    Storefront Deli, home of the life-changing BLT, closes
    Storefront Deli, a narrow neighborhood shop in Los Feliz that served pastries, thick sandwiches, bagels and a BLT "that could change your life," is closed, confirms co-owner Chris Phelps. The deli was opened last year by Phelps and partner Zak Walters,...
  • The creamy, fuller-flavored case for rye beers

     The creamy, fuller-flavored case for rye beers
    Brewers have long used anything and everything they can as a source of fermentable sugars in their mix of brewing grains -- called the "grist", but malted barley is by far the favored grain. Barley is full of the enzymes needed to properly convert the...
  • Across the Table: A year to wrap, fold, crimp and pursue other culinary skills

    Across the Table: A year to wrap, fold, crimp and pursue other culinary skills
    I'm not one to make a gazillion New Year's resolutions. I've faltered too many times. Exercise every day? Up at 5:30 every morning to write or swim? Less time in front of the computer? Probably not going to happen. But it always takes a while for...
  • The best panforte in the world

     The best <i>panforte</i> in the world
    Panforte's name translates to "strong bread," but it is more confection than cake or bread, barely bound with flour and heavy with preserved fruit and honey that dissolve together as they cook. It's studded with toasted nuts and spiced with black pepper,...
  • A quirky bakery where stellar croissants come from

    A quirky bakery where stellar croissants come from
    If the heart of a bakery is its oven, then Proof Bakery's is ginormous. Really. It's a gas-powered Dalton with double doors and revolving shelves that can fit 18 sheet trays — or 72 pies — at a time. The oven, about the size of a 10-foot U-...
  • Counter Intelligence: Storefront Deli in Los Feliz

    Counter Intelligence: Storefront Deli in Los Feliz
    Have you ever had the bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich at the new Storefront Deli in Los Feliz? Because that sandwich, less made from scratch than reverse-engineered from a meat lover's fondest late-summer daydreams, is at the heart of one of the...
  • Culinary SOS: Zea's sweet potato bread pudding with rum sauce

    Culinary SOS: Zea's sweet potato bread pudding with rum sauce
    Dear SOS: My friends and I were in New Orleans in March and ate at this wonderful restaurant on St. Charles Avenue. For dessert we shared their sweet potato bread pudding. Any chance you can get that recipe for us? It was yummy! Kate McPike Rancho...
  • Culinary SOS: Sally Lunn rolls from Kentucky

    Culinary SOS: Sally Lunn rolls from Kentucky
    Dear SOS: I recently returned from a trip to Louisville, Ky., and dined at a new restaurant called Rye. They make the most divine Sally Lunn rolls. They were one of the highlights of our dining experience — truly life-changing. Any chance you...