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  • Ames straw poll: Michele Bachmann beats Ron Paul -- by 152 votes

     
    Native Iowan Michele Bachmann wins the Ames Straw Poll, but Ron Paul pulls a close second; Perry bests Romney with write-in votes....
  • 'Food Network Star' recap: 'No pretenders, just contenders'

     
    Jyll Everman of Glendora is going home from "Food Network Star" because she just couldn't deliver "real" in front of the camera. That leaves five finalists....
  • Follow the Butchers

     
    I’ve recently started following L.A.’s artisanal butcher shops on Twitter, a brilliant use of the social media for the home cook. If I open my Twitter account, between tweets on the developing Syria crisis, José Andres’ travels in Spain,...
  • The butcher in your living room

     
    And for the latest in home entertainment –- butchery! No, seriously, there’s something artistic about the way a good butcher works, and Cole Ward, whose new “The Gourmet Butcher … From Farm to Table” has just been released,...
  • A roundup of restaurants (and bake sales) donating to relief efforts in Japan

     
    Restaurants across Los Angeles are donating some of their profits to the tsunami-relief effort in Japan. Here is a list of restaurants -- and a couple of bake sales -- giving to aid organizations such as Red Cross: Cube Marketplace......
  • 'Parks & Rec': Q&A with Nick Offerman, the man behind the mustache

     
    Questions for Parks & Recreation's Nick Offerman...
  • Jim Murray, May 22, 1961

     
    May 22, 1961: A horse, left to his own devices, would no more run a race for his daily oats than you would wrestle the butcher two out of three for a pork chop. It's that pest on his back,......
  • Times Food editor Russ Parsons asks: Are the new meat temperature recommendations really on target?

     
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has finally recognized what a lot of cooks and food scientists have been arguing for some time –- that previously recommended doneness temperatures for meat were wrong. But before you leap to your feet to......
  • Xiomara Ardolina steps out of the kitchen and into California cuisine

     
    Chef Xiomara Ardolina, who became known for her thoughtful Cuban-influenced nuevo Latino cooking with her eponymous restaurant on Melrose, has decided to step out of the kitchen and into the front of the house. She has also brought in a......
  • 'Top Chef': The wrong chef sent packing

     
    Pretty much everyone -- and we'll include the president of the United States -- knows all too well that Washington, D.C., isn't always very fair. Yet rarely is the capitol as unjust as it was in Wednesday night’s “Top Chef”......
  • Small bites: Lilly's new menu, Lola's $15 meals, and Campanile's market fresh Wednesdays

     
    Campanile makes it market fresh. Inspired by the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmer’s Market that evening at Campanile will feature a three-course tasting menu using fresh market produce, for $25 per person. A recent menu included: curried shrimp gazpacho,...