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  • Critic's Choice: Stock up the picnic basket

    Critic's Choice: Stock up the picnic basket
    This weather practically demands a picnic. But having the time to make the entire spread is often more dream than reality. That's where some of L.A.'s top restaurants step in with takeout picnics to order. OK, you didn't make everything yourself. Get over...
  • Melons play more than sweet melodies

    Melons play more than sweet melodies
    My dad has never been much of a food guy. I still remember his go-to comfort dish when I was a kid was something he called "bread soup," which, if I recall correctly, consisted of torn-up white bread soaked in milk. I guess growing up in North Dakota will...
  • Homemade English muffins: righto!

    Homemade English muffins: righto!
    A warm, freshly made English muffin has the subtle tang of yeast-risen dough and a golden-brown crust. Split it open and the crisp exterior gives way to the most delicate interior, light as air, yet slightly chewy, full of peaks and crevices — those...
  • Recipe: English muffins

    Recipe: English muffins
    English muffins Total time: 50 minutes, plus overnight proofing and rising times Servings: Makes 1 dozen muffins Note: This recipe calls for instant yeast or rapid-rise. The recipe calls for a stand mixer; the muffins can also be mixed by hand,...
  • Review: True Italian finds a home at Gusto

    Review: True Italian finds a home at Gusto
    West Third Street used to have such a quirky charm for a neighborhood shopping district. For the past few years, though, glitzy boutiques and boites have displaced some of the old places as it gets a makeover as glamour puss. One welcome — and...
  • Campanile closing? The dining scene loses a standard-setter

    Campanile closing? The dining scene loses a standard-setter
    The restaurant business is remarkably volatile, and anyone who has spent much time around it is used to seeing his or her favorites sputter out of business after good long runs. You grow up going to Angeli, you have your first date there, you become a...
  • An Appreciation: Marion Cunningham was Fannie Farmer, but with a delicious flair

    An Appreciation: Marion Cunningham was Fannie Farmer, but with a delicious flair
    I had worked with the late cookbook legend Marion Cunningham for several years before I actually met her. She was a columnist for The Times back in the 1990s, and I was one of her editors. Because she lived in the Bay Area, our conversations were mainly...
  • Culinary SOS: House of Bread's berry bars

     Culinary SOS: House of Bread's berry bars
    Dear SOS: I recently moved from San Luis Obispo to Denver. I miss the berry bars at House of Bread in San Luis; they were my favorite breakfast after a run or before class, and they were even my last meal before commencing the 18-hour drive from SLO to...
  • 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...
  • Test Kitchen tip: Grain mill

     
    Have you ever considered milling your own flour? Whether you go for an inexpensive hand-cranked mill or a larger electric grinder, you'll find that you can vary the flavor and texture of a variety of goods -- breads, cakes, and more -- when you grind your...
  • 'Eat Beat': Savory bread pudding

     
    Looking for a wonderfully rich yet simple dinner? Try this Eat Beat recipe, a savory bread pudding that combines prosciutto, mushrooms, goat cheese and Gruyère...