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  • Recipe: RIBOLLITA (Tuscan-Style Minestrone)

    Note: Another classic dish, almost always on the menu at Cantinetta Antinori, is the famous Tuscan soup Ribollita. Literally meaning "reboiled," it is Tuscan-style minestrone reheated and thickened the next day with day-old bread. It's always an...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Notes from the Test Kitchen: Slow-cooker bread pudding in the oven

     
    When we picked our Top Recipes of 2009, one of our favorites was the white-chocolate bread pudding with a whiskey caramel sauce, a recipe from February of last year. It has all the elements of the classic comfort food: a......
  • A new riot on Sunset

    A new riot on Sunset
    Los Angeles is a city rife with symbols of cultural evolution, or if you prefer, gentrification. (Take vast swaths of downtown, for example.) But nowhere is the contrast between L.A.'s anarchic rock 'n' roll past and its slick, upscale present thrown into...
  • Rain or shine, Portland beckons

    PORTLAND, Ore.--Why everyone in the world hasn't up and moved to Portland is a mystery. Beyond being virtually pollution-free, surrounded by lush greenery and, at 568,300 people, a manageable size, it's home to the kinds of people many folks would want...
  • Enjoying the charms of street food

    When the prospect of going to Australia recently came up, one of my first thoughts was about meat pies. I discovered them on my first visit in 1999. They're related to English pies, like steak and kidney, but they come from the non-dysfunctional side...
  • 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...
  • TV Chef Julia Child Dead at 91

    Julia Child, the influential cooking instructor whose books and television shows demystified French cuisine and launched an enduring epicurean craze in America, died this morning at her apartment in Montecito. She was 91. Child, a longtime Cambridge,...
  • Couscous Just the Thing for Chick-Chick

    Lemon chicken, an easy summertime dinner from the grill, becomes a bit more interesting when served atop a bed of almond couscous. The nice thing about couscous, which is eaten by just about everyone in North Africa and the Middle East, is that it can be...
  • JULIA CHILD / 1912-2004

    Julia Child, the masterful cooking instructor, author and television personality whose knowledge, exuberance and daft antics lured legions of inexperienced cooks into the kitchen, demystified French cuisine and launched an enduring epicurean craze in...