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Total time: About 1 hour Servings: 4 Note: You will need a 13-inch-wide roll of white parchment paper. (White is less brittle than unbleached brown parchment and cooks up to a lovely color.) Squid ink pasta (pictured) can be found at select Italian...
Tags: Pasta, Cheese, Lemons, Garlic, Black Pepper
For two weeks straight, the hot topic around the communal table at Seed Kitchen in Venice has been the transition from winter to spring. "It's a really, really big shift. Energy is just shooting up from the ground," says Jessica Porter, author and...
Tags: Gwyneth Paltrow, Celebrities, Liver, Dining and Drinking, Japan
Now sprouting up across the city New on the macrobiotic scene are the following cafes and restaurants that have opened in the last year, including recently opened outposts of M Café de Chaya. They practically double the number of macrobiotic...
Tags: Madonna, Dining and Drinking, Japan, Salads, Mangos
Total time: 1 hour, plus 45 minutes rising Servings: 8 (4 pizzas) Note: For a thicker crust, divide the dough into 3 parts. 1 (1 1/4-ounce) package active dry yeast 1 cup warm water (about 110 degrees), divided 1 teaspoon honey About 2 1/2 cups...
Tags: Honey, Feta Cheese, Salt, Mushrooms
Times Staff WriterThis is a great time of year to pretend you're a raw-food disciple. Of course, your friends know you'll make any excuse not to cook. But with spring's produce at its flavorful peak, it's perfectly rational to consider anything beyond washing the fruits...
Times Staff WriterA mound of peppers, tomatoes and eggplants glows scarlet, gold and lavender at the farmers market, a reminder of lingering late summer. At the stand next door, the first sweet winter squash and delicate fresh shelly beans catch early autumn's glimmering...
Tags: Winter Squash, Lemons, Summer Squash, Sausages, Onions
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSome vegetables are born to be stars; others are best suited to ensemble roles. There is no better example of this than winter's hardy cooking greens, a mainstay of farmers markets at this time of year. While you can cook mustards, chards, collards, kale...
The next time I have a recipe that calls for cooking greens until they are wilted, I'm going to use twice as much as i think I need - and even mix up the greens. I used all the kale from my CSA pick-up this week to make this recipe for Sausages with...
Tags: Recipes, Sausages, Garlic, Lifestyle and Leisure, Salt
Editor's note: This is the first entry in a summer-long series of posts reflecting Catherine's adventures with her CSA. Enjoy! My son, Jack, was the first to suggest I join a CSA. It was a couple of years ago, and he had just joined one while he was...
Contributing WriterSaturday was a very pleasant day to be outside. Although the farmers’ market wasn’t as busy as usual, we had a steady flow of people stop in. Mark your calendars for our next big event. Our Customer Appreciation Day will be held on Saturday,...
Tags: Lettuce, Honey, Summer Squash, Onions, Breads
Contributing WriterWe managed to dodge rain storms moving through Saturday. The accompanying wind gusts kept everyone on their toes, as our canopies can quickly become airborne. One of our new members to the market this year, River Run Farm and Pottery, set up their...
Tags: Thyme, Onions, Sausages, Weather Reports, Jams and Jellies
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