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Because of their high oil content, nuts can go bad quickly and easily. There's nothing worse than biting into a nut gone bad -- rancid nuts tend to have a sharp, bitter flavor and can ruin a recipe. When buying nuts, shop at a store that has a rapid...
This week's Culinary SOS request comes from Linda Kirk in Playa del Rey: "We recently had a fabulous dinner at Vitaly Paley's new restaurant, Imperial, in Portland, Ore. Everything was truly amazing. The crowning touch was a gingerbread sticky pudding...
Tags: Restaurants, Honey, Recipes, Salt, Butter
You're handed a glass of a familiar holiday drink, and a deliciously unfamiliar aroma greets you: toasted coconut with hints of Tahitian vanilla, cinnamon and Jamaican allspice. You raise the glass to your lips and are surprised by the satiny texture --...
Tags: Egg Whites, Honey, Cinnamon, Holidays, Whipping Cream
To keep the dough even while rolling out your pie crusts and cut cookies, work the rolling pin in the center of the dough and don't roll all the way to the edges. You'll have greater control over the thickness of the dough if you keep the pin toward the...
Tags: Cinnamon, Salt, Apples, Pies and Tarts
Los Angeles TimesPanforte's name translates to "strong bread," but it is more confection than cake or bread, barely bound with flour and heavy with preserved fruit and honey that dissolve together as they cook. It's studded with toasted nuts and spiced with black pepper,...
La Dijonaise's take on this classic French comfort food sandwich is rich béchamel sauce and ham between two slices of pullman bread, topped with cheese that's melted to gooey perfection. On top of that goes a fried egg (this is what distinguishes the...
Christy Cowell of Pasadena was one of the 10 winners of our first Los Angeles Times Holiday Cookie Bake-Off with these humble-looking holiday treats: "These cookies will never win a beauty contest — they look kind of like potatoes! But they are a...
Tags: Holidays, Cinnamon, Recipes, Religious Festivals, Walnuts
Matthew Biancaniello, often referred to as a cocktail chef, recently left his post as head bartender at the Roosevelt Hotel's Library Bar in Hollywood. But he and his cocktails haven't vanished. "I'm taking a break and using this time to really tap into...
I used dark cherry preserves and chopped green pistachios as the filling to offer a "red/green" look for Christmas colors and have a marriage of the holidays. — Samantha Ferraro (www.littleferrarokitchen.com), Seal Beach PHOTOS: Holiday Cookie...
Tags: Cream Cheese, Holidays, Cinnamon, Cheese, Pistachios
Los Angeles TimesDear SOS: On our anniversary we had dinner at Flavor del Mar in San Diego County. I had an amazing butternut squash soup. I asked our waiter what the spices were. He said the chef did not give out information and recipes. I am wondering whether you can...
Total time: 1 hour, plus chilling time for the pies Servings: 12 Note: The filling is adapted from a recipe in "The Pie and Pastry Bible" by Rose Levy Beranbaum. The filling uses uncooked egg whites. 1/4 cup water 1/4 ounce (2¼ teaspoons)...
Tags: Egg Whites, Pumpkin, Salt, Arable Farming, Pies and Tarts
Daily DishNutmillcarloschavezHere's a a classic that will take you back. You might remember chopping nuts for baking using a hand-cranked nut mill (which in the '70s was probably avocado green)....
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