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  • The Find: Oumi Sasaya noodle house in Lomita

    The Find: Oumi Sasaya noodle house in Lomita
    A queue of naked noodles waits to be dressed with delicate daikon sprouts, quivering poached eggs and oil-slicked strips of blackened bell pepper. Ingredients are plucked from bowls, plates, bottles and jars and laid onto the loose nests of udon, each...
  • Recipe: Pretzel knödel (pretzel dumplings)

    Recipe: Pretzel <i>kn&#246;del</i> (pretzel dumplings)
      Pretzel knödel (pretzel dumplings) Total time: 1 hour, 10 minutes Servings: 10 Note: Recipe (and commentary) from Stefan Richter of Stefan's at L.A. Farm 2 tablespoons butter, plus more for sautéing 1 chopped onion 1/2 cup chopped parsley, plus...
  • The Review: Cube Marketplace & Café

    The Review: Cube Marketplace &amp; Caf&#233;
    A few weeks ago I started to follow Cube Marketplace & Café's tweets, and the next Wednesday morning my Twitter feed was bombarded with @cube_la's breathless reports from the Santa Monica farmers market. Beautiful chanterelles at a beautiful price!...
  • The Find: OShan Island

    The Find: OShan Island
    The splashy color-saturated drink menu at OShan Island could easily leave you wondering exactly how the small cafe fits into San Gabriel's food-mad culinary scene. With 123 beverages on the list, is the place merely another refreshment depot hooking its...
  • The Review: Culina at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills

    The Review: Culina at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills
    The new hotel restaurant is no longer a tribute to overwrought decorating, plush carpeting and ceiling-high flower arrangements. The smarmy maitre d', servers in house livery and dishes flambéed tableside are all long gone. Now that hotel restaurants...
  • The Review: Amarone Kitchen

    The Review: Amarone Kitchen
    With the barrage of notices about new restaurants coming from all sides, sometimes a worthy older one slips through the cracks without a full review. When it opened 3 years ago, I did my due diligence and went to Amarone, the tiny 40-seat Italian on...
  • The Find: Manja

    The Find: Manja
    Platters and bowls and condiments crowded our table at Manja, but the mee udang vanished first. Everyone had spooned out second, even third helpings of the toothsome noodles, served in a pristine shrimp broth ruddy with puckery tamarind and punched up...
  • Recipe: Mexican lasagna

    Recipe: Mexican lasagna
    Mexican lasagna Total time: 1 hour, 20 minutes Servings: 8 to 12 -------------------- Our recipes, your kitchen: If you try this or any other recipe from the L.A. Times Test Kitchen, we would like to know about it so we can showcase it on our food...
  • The Find: Beijing Pie House in Monterey Park

    The Find: Beijing Pie House in Monterey Park
    Trying to eat a warm, doughnut-size meat pie from Beijing Pie House with any sort of decorum is a real challenge. They're probably best consumed leaning over a huge plate or the kitchen sink, because the garlicky juices spurt out in every direction the...
  • The Review: Lukshon

    The Review: Lukshon
    It's usually the other way around. A high-end chef goes downscale for his or her flagship restaurant's spinoff. Think bistro, cafe or burger spot. But Sang Yoon, chef-owner of the phenomenally successful Father's Office, forges his own path. He's gone...
  • Recipe: Chickpea and noodle soup with Persian herbs

    Recipe: Chickpea and noodle soup with Persian herbs
      Chickpea and noodle soup with Persian herbs Total time: 3 1/2 hours Servings: 4 Note: Kashk, a flavorful Persian yogurt-like dairy product, is widely available at Middle Eastern markets and can be substituted with labneh (strained yogurt). -------...