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Jennifer Lawrence slides into a booth at the casually elegant Culina restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel. She's on a lunch break from the daylong grind of promoting the international release of "Silver Linings Playbook," but she's not eating because...
FrameworkCarlos Sanchez ignored his diabetes for nearly 15 years. Then in February of last year he got a sore on his foot that wouldn't go away. Sanchez went to the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center emergency room, where doctors had to amputate his leg....
Another day, another genome -- that’s how easy large-scale DNA sequencing has gotten these days. Following fast on the tracks of the domestic Duroc pig and the watermelon, bread wheat, Triticum aestivum, now has its genetic code laid bare. It...
Tags: Science and Technology, DNA
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticHave 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...
Los Angeles TimesPanforte'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,...
Black-eyed peas are the New Year's tradition -- a Southern tradition, for the most part, brought to the Carolinas and Georgia from West Africa via the West Indies -- believed to bring luck and prosperity. Make them with pork fat, make them vegetarian,...
Tags: Sausages, Mustard, Garlic, Soups, Mustard Greens
A savory take on bread pudding, this hearty dish is studded with chanterelle mushrooms. Gruyere and Emmentaler cheeses add a wonderful richness, with fresh thyme and sage to round out the harmony. The dish, a perfect side or main dish, comes together in...
Tags: Sage, White Bread, Russ Parsons, Black Pepper, Gruyere
— One night as my sister and I walked across the rugged yet strangely delicate terrain of a place called Farm 215, the path to our cottage lighted only by the stars and a flashlight, the wine-wobbly beam suddenly illuminated several sets of legs....
Tags: Travel, Oceans, John Ford, Bodies of Water, Alternative Energy
MOSCOW — On New Year's Eve, dining-room tables across Russia will be covered with a mosaic of glittering red caviar, piroshki, marinated mushrooms, beet salad and herring. Chilled vodka bottles and Champagne flutes will tower over the dishes,...
Hanukkah kubanah with fig jam (pull-apart Middle Eastern bread) Total time: 5 hours, plus about 2 hours rising time Servings: 8 1 envelope active dry yeast (¼ ounce or 2¼ teaspoons) 1/3 cup lukewarm water (about 110 degrees) 2 tablespoons sugar,...
Subway is facing an outcry over a single inch. The giant sandwich chain is still dealing with peeved consumers after an Australian customer alleged, with photographic evidence, that the company’s popular Footlong sub doesn’t live up to its...
For Christmas, a friend gave me some superb smoked salmon from Tasmania. That’s something I love to eat on rye bread. Those chocolate black pumpernickel loaves are just too strong tasting so the delicate fish. And so began my search for the...
Tags: Rye Bread, Copenhagen (Denmark)
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