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  • Review: Topchips microwave chip maker

     
    Topchips microwave chip maker review: The Topchips microwave chip maker promises fresh, healthful potato chips, tortilla chips and other make-it-yourself snacks, but does it really work. Our review explains the pluses and minuses of the new product....
  • SAG Awards: Natalie Portman’s angelic glow

     
    Best actress award winner Natalie Portman’s 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......
  • Xandros: Greeking out in Beverly Hills

     
    Until 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...
  • The Review: Momed in Beverly Hills

    The Review: Momed in Beverly Hills
    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...
  • The Find: Jasmine Mediterranean Restaurant in Anaheim

    The Find: Jasmine Mediterranean Restaurant in Anaheim
    The stuffed grape leaves at Jasmine Mediterranean Restaurant in Anaheim deserve your complete attention. First: These are unapologetically lemony, in a way that says, "Hello! I am not in any way trying to calm myself down for middle-of-the-road taste...
  • Midnight supper

    MAYBE you went straight from the office to the concert at REDCAT or Disney Hall. Maybe you burned a lot of energy on the dance floor. Maybe the late movie triggered a conversation so intense that it's still going. For whatever reason, it's midnight and...
  • L.A.'s global sandwich offerings

    L.A.'s global sandwich offerings
    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...
  • Mantee in Studio City: Lebanese-Armenian cuisine with a family pedigree

    Mantee in Studio City: Lebanese-Armenian cuisine with a family pedigree
    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...
  • Bar-B-Kosher: Scents of Marrakech on Garmento Alley

    For 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...
  • Recipe: Muhammara

    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...
  • Review: Taverna Tony in Malibu, where Greek has a family feel

    Review: Taverna Tony in Malibu, where Greek has a family feel
    THE SERVER quickly unfolds a portable table, sets down a pan of saganaki -- fried cheese -- and sets it on fire. The blue flame soars upward and he calls out "Opa!" and disappears. From the main dining room, cheerful Greek music from a trio in the back...