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  • Holiday menu of discovery

    Holiday menu of discovery
    You can't cook just anything for Rosh Hashana. There are rules to follow, traditions to uphold. And I wasn't familiar with any of them: I grew up in Tornado Alley, in a Quaker boarding school in northern Iowa. But here I was, in Southern California,...
  • Drago Centro in downtown L.A.

    Drago Centro in downtown L.A.
    Seriously, what is wrong with this town? If Celestino Drago, one of the best-known Italian restaurateurs in Southern California, can't get a crowd for his most ambitious restaurant yet, and a very glamorous one at that, then what? The fact that Drago...
  • Street recipe: Rice, lentils and pasta with tomatoes -- it's Kushary

    Street recipe: Rice, lentils and pasta with tomatoes -- it's <i>Kushary</i>
    Total time: 2 hours, 15 minutes Servings: 3 cups each kushary and sauce Note: While the tomatoes are cooking, start preparing the kushary. Clarified butter can be found at Trader Joe's and select gourmet markets. Harissa can be found at Middle Eastern...
  • Restaurant review: Father's Office at Helms Bakery

    Restaurant review: Father's Office at Helms Bakery
    A European friend has a teenage son who loves ketchup so much that Dad carts home giant bottles of the stuff in his checked suitcase every time he visits the U.S. I know one person I won't be taking to Father's Office the next time he visits, because they...
  • Indian breads: Flat-out fabulous

    Indian breads: Flat-out fabulous
    Indian breads, collectively called rotis, have become extremely popular restaurant items in the U.S. They are eminently doable at home as well. The breads as we know them here are from central and northern India, where mostly wheat is grown. In those...
  • Recipe: Warm salad of lentils, roasted vegetables and fresh mozzarella

    Recipe: Warm salad of lentils, roasted vegetables and fresh mozzarella
    Total time: 55 minutes Servings: 8 Note: When making this recipe, use leftover roasted carrots and shallots from the yogurt-rubbed roasted chicken. Alternatively, roast 3 large peeled carrots (cut into chunks) and 3 peeled shallots, tossed with 1...
  • Vegans get blogging for Vegan Month of Food

     
    For all of October, vegan-minded bloggers are being asked to toil around the clock (only a slight exaggeration) to celebrate a month dedication to vegan fare. Vegan Month of Food was started by Isa Chandra Moskowitz, vegan chef and cookbook......
  • More tips from the Pantry Raid

     
    Our nutritional makeover series "Pantry Raid" most recently took us to the home of Mission Viejo resident Kristy Noble and her sons, Scott, 14, and Robert, 17. The Nobles face time and money limitations familiar to lots of families that......
  • 'The Urban Hermit' by Sam MacDonald

    'The Urban Hermit' by Sam MacDonald
    In April 2000, Sam MacDonald was fat, broke and deep in debt. A hard-partying Yale alumnus, he had spent a decade in an orgy of over-consumption, drinking his paychecks and living a Peter Pan-meets-"Animal House" lifestyle. And yet, this didn't finally...
  • Each dish, as amazing as it can possibly be

    Each dish, as amazing as it can possibly be
    It's the old parlor game: "If you could eat dinner with anyone you wanted, whom would it be?" That may be fun for some, but for those who love to cook, wouldn't a more kitchen-centric twist be even better? Wouldn't you rather fantasize about whom you...
  • New guard at an old flame

    New guard at an old flame
    Italian cooking isn't all about pasta. I know this intellectually. I know this from eating all over Italy. But when I go out to an Italian restaurant, it's hard, so hard, not to order pasta -- so I don't even try. At Valentino last week, I went straight...