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Writers from around Tribune Co. will try to determine who has taken the role as "good guy" and "bad guy" in the Tiger Woods-Sergio Garcia dispute. Feel free to join the discussion by leaving a comment of your own. Teddy Greenstein, Chicago Tribune The...
The feud between golfers Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia took a turn for the worse Tuesday when Garcia, asked at a European Tour awards banquet whether he would invite Woods to dinner during next month's U.S. Open, said: "We will have him 'round every...
Like so many Hollywood night-life ventures, the idea for the new bar and restaurant Hyperion Public came about when a few friends looked around a room full of amped-up young guys chasing girls around, and thought, "Hmm, maybe we should open a bar...
Soup. It's the perfect one-dish meal. A little of this, a little of that -- before you know it, dinner is served. It's simple. But perhaps the best thing? Soup always seems to taste best the next day, after the flavors have really had a chance to marry....
Tags: Noelle Carter, Mushrooms, Garbanzo Beans, Wines, Salads
This year I think we’ll break our Father's Day habit of staying close to home and take my husband to the Addiction Bistro, a little café on La Cienega Boulevard that serves burgers and sausages, chili and ice cream. I found the Addiction Bistro...
Tags: Sausages, Chili, Mustard, Ketchup, Foods and Beverages
This post has been corrected, as indicated below.I could drink a bottle of this Morgon "Côte du Py" from Jean Foillard every week with the greatest of pleasure. How beautiful is the bottle, with its red wax seal? The wine itself is soft and unctuous, tasting of prunes and dried cherries, a voluptuous...
Los Angeles TimesFunny how the chicken has become our most beloved bird. My neighbor is raising some exotic chicks, but even those of us who don't go to that extreme have our own favorite named chickens to buy — Rosie, Rocky, Mary or the more exotically named...
Los Angeles TimesDavid Hirsch of Hirsch Vineyards has produced some renowned Pinot Noirs from his sprawling Sonoma Coast estate. They're very good. And very expensive. But the estate also makes a second label called "The Bohan-Dillon," which is much more affordable. About...
Ever since I got Seattle chef John Sundstrom’s cookbook and iPad app "Lark: Cooking against the Grain" (Community Supported Cookbooks, $50 for the book; $9.99 for the app), I’ve been cooking out of the book like crazy. For a Sunday supper, his...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Mustard, Apple iPad, Potatoes, Shallots
It's the season for Passover and Easter. Whether you're making haroset or packing Peeps into an Easter basket, there are plenty of good eats happening all week long. During Monday morning's #Weekendeats chat on Twitter, some participants shared festive...
Tags: Twitter, Inc., Holidays, Just Born, Inc., Easter, Social Media
Done right, fried food is an art. Beyond creating a great crust, a dip in hot oil is perfect for keeping moisture in the food as it cooks, whether you're frying up a succulent batch of chicken, battered oysters or a sweet dessert. Properly fried foods...
Tags: Onions, Peanuts, Lifestyle and Leisure, Kosher Salt, Salt
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