Displaying items 25-36 of 356 » View latimes.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-30 Next >
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...
Brand XUntil Petros in Manhattan Beach blew onto the scene a few years ago, Greek restaurants in L.A. tended to be more in the folkloric vein, places like Taverna Tony in Malibu or Papa Cristos in L.A., where you could shop for Greek groceries and stay for an...
All The RageBest actress award winner Natalie Portmanâs strapless white Azzaro gown showed her baby bump off nicely as well as complemented her dark hair and bronzed skin. The new face of Miss Dior Cherie was made up in, what else? And......
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...
Tags: Onions, Rivera, Bars and Clubs, Sandwiches, Tomatoes
Alex Sarkissian is a natural. I've rarely encountered a restaurateur so relaxed and engaging, whether he's chatting with neighborhood regulars or checking on a table of newcomers. He moves around Momed, his 6-month-old eastern Mediterranean cafe, like...
Like a classic storybook bistro, with smart burgundy awnings, lacy curtains and flower boxes at the windows, Mantee exudes a warm and welcoming aura. So why is the small dining room so empty? Because most diners at this diminutive Lebanese-Armenian...
As soon as you place your order at Pita Pockets in Northridge, a cook slaps a soft round of dough onto the wall of a blazing tandoor-like oven. After a few moments, a bubbly disk of laffa, catacombed with air pockets and rich with yeasty char, is ready to...
Tags: Onions, Mexico, Cabbage, Sandwiches, Tomatoes
To me, travel means trying to understand places, appreciating them for what they are, and making them my own. But sometimes my ability to do that breaks down. It happened in Jerusalem, one of the oldest, most revered and emotional cities in the world....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEarly travelers crossing the desert to Syria got their first view of Damascus from the top of Jebel Qassioun, a gently sloped mountain northwest of town. It was not a sight they soon forgot. The prophet Muhammad refused to descend into the city,...
Times Staff WriterIt's a shorter road than one might think from wedding-phobe to frenzied lady with a checklist and dream for that special day. Trust me. I've traveled it. -------------------- For the record: Champagne name -- An article about a wedding lunch in...
Total time: 35 minutes Servings: Makes 2 1/3 cups Note: Pomegranate molasses is available at well-stocked supermarkets and Middle Eastern markets. Muhammara is great served with roasted or grilled meat, such as lamb kebabs, and pita bread. 3 large...
Tags: Garlic, Salt, Aleppo (Syria), Walnuts
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFor every high-profile restaurant that opens in downtown L.A. these days, three small, on-your-block cafes spring into life, nothing to make a big deal about in other parts of town. But downtowners -- craving variety and choice -- are all over those new...
Tags: Onions, Falafel, Parsley, Mushrooms, Sandwiches
May 12, 2011 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Nov 12, 2010 | Los Angeles Times
Jan 30, 2011 | Los Angeles Times
Apr 28, 2011 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Dec 2, 2010 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Oct 21, 2009 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jul 22, 2009 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Dec 21, 2008 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 9, 2008 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jul 16, 2007 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Oct 3, 2007 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Sep 19, 2007 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Original site for Pita Bread topic gallery.