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Restaurant CriticJosiah 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...
Tags: Restaurants, Butter, Hamburgers, Risotto, Sausages
Note: You really don't need to wait for summer to grill in Southern California. Any time is fine. This recipe from Times Test Kitchen Director Donna Deane was published as part of a barbecue package in July. At this season, warm things up by adding...
Tags: Cilantro, Butter, Onions, Whipping Cream, Heavy Cream
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...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen a family friend first suggested to Corrine Glass that she buy the Studio City lot, her response wasn't "no." "I looked at him," Glass recalls, "and said, 'You're absolutely out of your mind.' " The parcel had stood vacant for decades, declared...
Daily DishDo 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: MamÃ¡ Fina in Bellflower,......
Brand XMofongos Comida CaribeÃ±a 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...
Show TrackerPretty 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 nightâs âTop Chefâ......
Daily DishCampanile makes it market fresh. Inspired by the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmerâs 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,...
Jolly Pumpkin Brewing La Roja Artisan Amber Ale It took about 10 years for Americans to get used to the bitterness of India Pale Ale. How long will it take for us to get used to Flemish brown ale, which is sour, actually sour? Jolly Pumpkin's La Roja is...
A city of dualities, La Cañada Flintridge is home to both NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the pastoral Descanso Gardens, boasting pristine natural beauty yet also at the cutting edge of technology. It's nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel...
At first encounter, the kitschy side of Solvang can be off-putting, what with all the shop windows filled with cutesy figurines and souvenirs of the Danish-themed town. But on closer acquaintance, when window boxes spill over with flowers and old-...
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