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  • 'House' recap: The unusual suspect

     
    The team treats a patient with an dark secret and House weds....
  • 5 Questions for Quinn Hatfield

     
    Quinn Hatfield is the chef and co-owner of Hatfield's in Los Angeles. With his wife, pastry chef Karen Hatfield, he oversees their Melrose Avenue restaurant (and this month celebrated the birth of their second child). Quinn -- once described by......
  • At Venice Community Garden, digging up solutions to toxic soil

     
    Community Gardens Dispatch No. 22: Venice Venice Community Garden is not quite a year old, but considering the difficulty of its birth, even with three master gardeners as midwives, the fact that it exists at all is noteworthy. The garden......
  • At Proyecto Jardín, gardening without fences

     
    Community Gardens dispatch No. 21: El Proyecto Jardín, Boyle Heights This project behind White Memorial Hospital is unusual among L.A. community gardens. It's both community and communal -- no private plots, no fences, no fees. The one-third acre is...
  • Waitin’ on my fava beans

     
    Every morning I go out and inspect the tightly packed bed of fava beans growing in my backyard. And every day they seem to have stretched two inches taller overnight. It's still going to be a while, though. Before they......
  • Now open: Red Medicine in Beverly Hills, Bar Toscana in Brentwood, l'Epicerie Market in Culver City

     
    On Brentwood's Italian-restaurant row, Toscana has opened a next-door lounge, inspired by Negroni-pouring Milano (even though Milan's in Lombardy, not Tuscany, but whatever). Bar Toscana has Italian-inspired cocktails and market-driven stuzzichini, or...
  • Rockdale community gardeners look to raised beds for better crops

     
    Community gardens dispatch No. 10: Eagle Rockdale, Eagle Rock If you discovered tiny pearls covering the roots of last summer's poorly performing tomatoes, you probably had parasitic roundworms called nematodes. And what plagued your garden back then...
  • Market Watch: Australian finger limes make a splash in Santa Monica

    Market Watch: Australian finger limes make a splash in Santa Monica
    One of the rarest and most sought-after fruits, the Australian finger lime, has started showing up in significant quantities at the Santa Monica farmers market, creating a minor sensation. The fruit's appearance is enough to excite wonder: from the...
  • Skid Row Community Garden: bounty by the bucket

     
    Community gardens dispatch No. 7: Skid row, Los Angeles The newest community garden in Los Angeles has no soil, bakes in all-day sun and is seen by few outsiders except those who pass above in helicopters. The Skid Row Community......
  • Near Dodger Stadium, the Solano Canyon garden lab

     
    Community gardens dispatch No. 6: Solano Canyon, Los Angeles Al Renner, 70, is a familiar name in Southern California community garden circles, legendary for his success in working the system to get more funds and land available for gardens throughout.......
  • A new supper club comes to town: The Secret Table

     
    There's a new underground dining party in town. It's called the Secret Table and it's poised to kick off its inaugural dinner Saturday evening at an Italian-style villa in Hancock Park that was built in 1928. A nine-course meal prepared......