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  • The Find: Olive Tree in Anaheim

    The Find: Olive Tree in Anaheim
    The fatit hummus at Olive Tree is a dish of geological depth, a dip of distinct strata. Slicked across its top is a layer of yogurt puddled with olive oil and dusted with cumin and paprika. Pine nuts dot the surface like pale pebbles. Embedded in the warm...
  • The Find: Habayit Restaurant

    The Find: Habayit Restaurant
    Sometimes, you cannot conceive of how much love can be cooked into a falafel. Many falafel are sad, desiccated creatures made from powdered mix; it's the rare place that makes falafel from fresh ingredients. But Habayit Restaurant's falafel are beyond...
  • Recipe: Herb-marinated feta cheese with za'tar-toasted pita triangles

    Recipe: Herb-marinated feta cheese with za'tar-toasted pita triangles
      Herb-marinated feta cheese with za'tar-toasted pita triangles Total time: 30 minutes Servings: 4 to 6 as an appetizer Note: Za'tar is a Middle Eastern spice blend commonly consisting of thyme, toasted sesame seeds, marjoram and sumac. It is...
  • Good things come on small plates at Mezze

    Good things come on small plates at Mezze
    Come summer, mezze, those small dishes drawn from a vast Middle Eastern tradition, are just about the perfect food. The flavors are vivid. Many of them are served at room temperature. No rush. I love this way of eating, a bite here, a bite there, as the...
  • Marrying Mexican and Armenian cuisine

    Marrying Mexican and Armenian cuisine
    Like many women, I had a secret list of requirements that my future husband would have to meet before I married him. At the top of the list? He had to love food. In my Mexican family, food has always been at the forefront of our conversations,...
  • Recipe: Jocoque dip

    Recipe: <i>Jocoque</i> dip
      Recipe: Jocoque dip Total time: 10 minutes Servings: 8 to 10 Note: Jocoque is a dairy product similar to sour cream and is available at select Mexican markets; call ahead to ensure availability. Totopos (Mexican style tortilla chips) are crunchy and...
  • The Find: Shawarma Palace

    The Find: Shawarma Palace
    Among food-obsessed Angelenos, shawarma isn't as much a point of contention as, say, ramen or carne asada. At too many of the city's Levantine restaurants, flaccid, flavorless strands of meat pass as properly shaved shawarma almost without protest. But...
  • Downtown L.A. on the lunch menu

    Downtown L.A. on the lunch menu
    Lunch is the meal of the proletariat. While the leisure class brunches, the worker bees among us grab that much-anticipated moment of down time that comes with the consumption of a hearty sandwich, plate of meat or lightly dressed salad that is known to...
  • The Find: Café Glacé's Persian pizza is a cheesy delight

    The Find: Caf&#233; Glac&#233;'s Persian pizza is a cheesy delight
    The sign in Café Glacé's all-glass storefront says "Persian pizza." Now, if you were a canny Los Angeles food explorer, you'd probably suspect that this was an awkward translation of some traditional Persian dish. Maybe, you'd think, you will discover...
  • Clifford Wright's kitchen: worldly, with a dash of Three Stooges

     
    Cookbook author and food scholar Clifford Wright packs his kitchen with collections from his world travels....
  • Eat My Blog charity bake sale on Dec. 10

     
    The fourth Eat My Blog charity bake sale since it started in 2009 takes place on Saturday, Dec. 10, at Pita Jungle in Pasadena....