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  • Of oysters, salt cod, stuffed pasta and running away to the Bay Area

     
    Running away to the Bay Area for the weekend is always a good idea, particularly if you like to eat. In a little more than three days, I tried some old favorites and discovered a new one. I had gone......
  • 'Community' recap: Fights, flashbacks and a flying Chang

     
    It’s near the end of the season and the writers need a break. Time for a flashback episode! This being “Community,” of course, they do it the “Community” way, with flashbacks we’ve never seen before of adventures old...
  • Michael Mina's XIV to offer $40 prix-fixe menu on a regular basis

     
    Michael Mina's SBE restaurant XIV, which opened to much hype nearly two years ago, has gone through some growing pains but is finally catching its stride. Early on its shared small-plates concept was a bit difficult for diners to get......
  • The Met heads west for a stylish supper at the SLS hotel

     
    “At the Met ball this year it was all the L.A. people who were getting photographed!” said Andrew Bolton, the curator of this year’s exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, “American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity.” He was in......
  • Recipe for the day: Grilled romaine with walnuts, Parmesan and anchovy dressing

     
    This is like Caesar salad on the grill. Click here for the L.A. Times Test Kitchen recipe for grilled romaine with walnuts, Parmesan and anchovy dressing: -- Rene Lynch Twitter / renelynch PLUS: 81 recipes for your favorite restaurant dishes......
  • Book Review: 'The 6-Week Cure for the Middle-Aged Middle' by Mary Dan Eades and Michael R. Eades

     
    The weight can creep up on you. One day you realize your waistline is not as trim as it once was. You’ve got a little belly going where you once were flat and firm. Or maybe it’s not so little.......
  • Haute dog: Junk food with a pedigree

     
    Pasadena's Slaw Dogs subjects America's humblest food to the free play of the imagination. Where else can you get a chicken Caesar salad dog, with a snappy chicken sausage covered in crisp lettuce, Parmesan and croutons? Where else can you get a Thai slaw...
  • Country newcomer Laura Bell Bundy: From Broadway to Nashville

     
    The world, at least the country music-loving part of it, is about to be hearing and seeing a lot more of Laura Bell Bundy, a Kentucky-bred singer and songwriter whose debut album arrives April 13. But unlike a lot of......
  • Rick Bayless dishes on his trip to L.A.

     
    Rick Bayless, winner of "Top Chef Masters" and host of "Mexico: One Plate at a Time," was spotted dining at some of L.A.'s upscale Mexican eateries last week. We got so excited at the thought he might be casing the......
  • Alton Brown, Alicia Silverstone and Tom Colicchio issue a call to arms

     
    The New York City Wine & Food Festival was a foodiot's dream: The Rachael Ray burger bash; the wine, beer, hard shots and margaritas that flowed at the all-you-could-imbibe supermarket tasting; and the orgy of dishes served at Paula Deen......
  • Rise of the modern romaine empire

    Rise of the modern romaine empire
    A lot of times when food writers praise an old-fashioned ingredient such as romaine lettuce, they do it with a nod and a wink and more than a hint of condescension, like fashion critics chortling when a Parisian couture house sends its models out...