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  • You lovely island: Zesty taste of Puerto Rico at Mofongos Comida Caribeña in Noho

     
    Mofongos Comida Caribeña is easy to spot: a bright dab of orange on a drab strip of Lankershim Boulevard in North Hollywood full of car dealerships and auto body repair shops. It smells absolutely amazing; a blast of garlic and pork and sweet frying...
  • The Find: Mama Fina in Bellflower

     
    Do you have a hankering for Dominican specialties such as sancocho (a rich, soupy stew), chuletas (savory grilled pork chops) and mangu (crushed plantains)? There is really only once place to go. It's this week's Find: Mamá Fina in Bellflower,......
  • 'The Amazing Race': Breaking language barriers

     
    Ethnocentrism reared its ugly head this week on "The Amazing Race," as the four remaining teams fought to stay in the race long enough to end up in the final round. Tempers flared with the end of the race --......
  • Chocoholic Hershey, Pa. still sweet as ever

    Chocoholic Hershey, Pa. still sweet as ever
    Reporting from Hershey, Pa.-- After more than a century, the town that chocolate built still makes its namesake confection and remains a candy lover's nirvana. Billed as the "Sweetest Place on Earth," the company town has grown over the last century...
  • 2007 Ardales Tempranillo 'Tierra de Castilla'

    2007 Ardales Tempranillo 'Tierra de Castilla'
    There's nothing I don't like about this Tempranillo from a bodega founded just over a decade ago by a group of Spanish wine lovers. What a beauty for less than $15. It's ripe and luscious with soft tannins, a taste of cherries and a youthful lilt of...
  • Restaurant Review: Cache in Santa Monica

    Restaurant Review: Cache in Santa Monica
    Josiah Citrin peers into the dining room, looking slightly rumpled and just a little anxious. Though he's been cooking in Santa Monica for almost two decades, first at JiRaffe (opened with longtime friend and collaborator Raphael Lunetta in 1996), and...
  • Thanksgiving takeout and dining options

    Thanksgiving takeout and dining options
    There are at least a couple of ways to deal with the fact that you have yet to plan Thanksgiving dinner: reservations at any of the dozens of restaurants that will be celebrating the holiday, or takeout. In addition to the listings below, check your...
  • The Find: Hoang Yen in Westminster

    The Find: Hoang Yen in Westminster
    There's an unquestionable comfort in Hoang Yen's chao. The Vietnamese congee is a homey, hearty meal of rice boiled down until it takes on a consistency somewhere between that of oatmeal and Cream of Wheat. Even for those whose childhood memories...
  • Chefs Thomas Keller and Mark Peel take on home cooking

    Chefs Thomas Keller and Mark Peel take on home cooking
    Thomas Keller's Catalan beef stew is a spectacular, meaty dish of tender short ribs, fennel, fingerling potatoes and leeks, savory with the addition of oil-cured Spanish olives, fragrant with orange peel, garnished with fennel fronds and finished with...
  • The Review: Fabio Viviani's Firenze Osteria in Toluca Lake

    The Review: Fabio Viviani's Firenze Osteria in Toluca Lake
    On a recent weekend night, the excitement at the new Firenze Osteria is palpable. It's three-deep at the bar, air-kisses galore, the "ciao, ciaos" and "buona seras" coming fast and heavy. Tablecloths are whisked off tables and silverware and glasses...
  • The best of 2004

    This year the Food section published 380 recipes. How do we remember them all, much less decide on 10 best? It's a perennial dilemma. Take Russ Parsons' spiny lobster story (Oct. 20). It offered three lobster recipes that each received an equal number of...