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  • A fuller flowering of Salvadoran flavors

    A fuller flowering of Salvadoran flavors
    A foodie rite of passage here in Los Angeles is to walk the pupusa mile: that stretch of Beverly Boulevard where Koreatown's northeastern fringe pans to a scramble of auto services, a hostess club or two, and Central American restaurants and bakeries....
  • The Project: Baked French toast with cherries on top

     
    Please do not panic when I tell you this recipe for Baked French toast will take you about 14 hours to make. Hear me out! Times Test Kitchen manager Noelle Carter developed this recipe so that it can be made......
  • Burger of the week at the Standard; Cafe Entourage opens; K2 begins dinner service

     
    Micah Fields -- the new chef at the Restaurant at the Standard Hotel in downtown Los Angeles -- recently introduced a "Burger of the Week" to the menu. So what distinguishes Fields' burgers from the downtown burger pack? Exotic meats......
  • Old-world breads boast layers of taste

    Old-world breads boast layers of taste
    Unless you're reading this story in your grandmother's Brooklyn or Minnesota kitchen, a loaf of dark bread just out of the oven, you may be part of the vast majority of people for whom dense rye breads are a bit out of the comfort zone. You may run across...
  • Culinary SOS: Bread pudding with whiskey sauce

    Culinary SOS: Bread pudding with whiskey sauce
      Hi Noelle, While on a recent visit to Silverton, Colo., my husband and I had lunch at Handlebars Food & Saloon. For dessert we ordered the bread pudding with whiskey sauce. It was by far the best bread pudding we have ever had. Although our lunch...
  • Dia de Los Muertos Recipes: Dos recetas tradicionales

     
    You already know how to mold a sugar skull, and we won't debate with you that your mother probably makes the best pan de muerto. Here are few other soul-soothing offerings for the wandering spirits — and your yum-hole. Champurrado (spicy hot chocolate)....
  • Matt Weinstock, April 21, 1960

     
    “So I’ll Save the Wear and Tear on Your Tonsils, Mr. Ames.” A Hard Life If no one minds, I'd like to get literary for a moment. Whitney Balliett of the New Yorker magazine, in reviewing two current books, wrote: "They deal with what has become, in...
  • The Find: Moqueca, the spirit of coastal Brazil

    The Find: Moqueca, the spirit of coastal Brazil
    The bartender at Moqueca is mixing up flamingo-pink Copacabanas. Brazilian caipirinha cocktails are flowing and there's plenty of Xingu, the dark-as-ink Brazilian beer, being poured. Through the windows of the second-story dining room you can look out...
  • Brand X Files: Elton John: 'Jesus was 'super-intelligent gay man.' 'The Flintstones' is not a documentary. Meet the guy from the 'Old Spice' commercial.

     
    TGIF, people of Los Angeles, it's your Brand X roundup of news from around the 'Net: Sarah Palin smackdown by 'Family Guy' actress with Down Syndrome too Hot for the NYT: The New York Times left this bit out of its reporting: "My mother did not carry me...
  • Recipe: Creole file gumbo

    Recipe: Creole file gumbo
      Total time: About 4 hours Servings: 16 Note: Bayou Magic Cajun Seasoning, gumbo file and Old Bay Seasoning (a spice mix) can be found in the spice aisle of most supermarkets. Serve with white rice and French bread. 1 pound (31 to 40) Louisiana...
  • Hop aboard for Albania coast

    Hop aboard for Albania coast
    Somewhere on Earth there must be a cheaper, easier, more exotic cruise, packed with even more beautiful sights and filled with more history, providing even tastier food, but for now, I'm happy to settle on this one: Ionian Cruises' daily excursion from...