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  • The Find: In new territory at Omar's Restaurant in San Gabriel

    The Find: In new territory at Omar's Restaurant in San Gabriel
    When the platter of steaming, saucy chicken chunks is set on our table at Omar, a months-old Uighur restaurant in San Gabriel, it's clear we're in uncharted culinary territory. The sauce is dappled with tingle-inducing Sichuan peppercorns and chocolate brown star anise pods. Cardamom leaves poke out from a layer of sliced garlic cloves that blankets the meat. But the wide, flat handmade noodles soaking up those juicy flavors resemble a Moldavian grandmother's handiwork.
  • Culinary SOS: Wild game meatloaf at Wildcat Willies

    Culinary SOS: Wild game meatloaf at Wildcat Willies
    Dear SOS: On a trip to Zion National Park, we had the most delicious meatloaf at Wildcat Willies in Springdale, Utah. Please ask the chef to share the recipe. I'd love to try it. Suzy Broeg Redondo Beach Dear Suzy: This is one heckuva meatloaf! The...

    This week's recipes from the L.A. Times Test Kitchen

     
    This week's recipes from the L.a. Times Test Kitchen: Wild game meatloaf at Wildcat Willies and Chinese chicken salad from Chi Dynasty

    Two Guys Lose Weight: Monster winter storm and no diet Ho Hos

    Two Guys Lose Weight: Monster winter storm and no diet Ho Hos
    The following is a blog documenting two Los Angeles Times editors' attempts to lose weight. It all began on Jan. 10. One benefit of my move from Boston to Los Angeles this year has been the avoidance of snow.  Not that I mind it.  I like the winter.  But...

    Two Guys Lose Weight: Hey Mom, where's the MEATLOAF??

    The following is a blog documenting two Los Angeles Times editors' attempts to lose weight. It all began on Jan. 10. First, the Monday morning weigh-in:  193 lbs.  Three weeks down and 12 pounds lost.  In the past week, I dropped 2 (which is much more...