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Rankman and SportsBusiness Journal have teamed up for a first-they-have-heard-about-it collaboration based on SBJ's seventh annual analysis of bowl gifts provided to players. This year's most popular gift is the Fossil watch, provided at 19 of the 35...
Latkes have soul, particularly this classic version from cookbook author Phyllis Glazer, made from grated potatoes, eggs and matzo meal and not much else. It's adapted from "The Essential Book of Jewish Festival Cooking." Classic potato latkes is one of...
Tags: Recipes, Religion and Belief, Hanukkah, Onions, Potato Pancakes
Potato latkes are traditional for Hanukkah, but cookbook writer Phyllis Glazer points out that in the Middle East, where the holiday began, potatoes were unknown before the time of Columbus. Enter the bulgur latke, made with soaked wheat, which would have...
Tags: Cilantro, Religion and Belief, Hanukkah, Onions, Judaism
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticWhat am I cooking for Christmas dinner? Well a goose, of course, a fine, fat one, cooked in the Barbara Kafka way that involves high heat and an hour of resting in the cooling oven; and my mom's sweet-and-sour red cabbage; and blanched Brussels sprouts...
Boeing, the Chicago-based company that has built some of the world's most sophisticated aircraft, has turned to a very basic food staple to test airplane Wi-Fi: potatoes. About 20,000 pounds of potatoes were used as stand-ins for passengers during tests...
The best pro basketball team in Los Angeles isn't thinking much about tomorrow. It's having too much fun with today. But tomorrow, also known as Grant Hill, sat behind the Clippers bench Wednesday night, looking dapper in a light brown sport coat and...
If you're looking for a simple but hearty way to end the day, it doesn't get much better than a rich bowl of seafood chowder. This recipe, from cookbook author Janet Mendel, is for a rich Andalusian variation -- gazpachuelo con pescado -- which,...
Tags: Soups, Recipes, Seafood, Lifestyle and Leisure, Aquaculture
What's not to love about schnitzel? Simply pound a pork cutlet nice and thin, bread it and pan-fry until golden. This recipe from Food Editor Russ Parsons can be made in minutes. You can serve your schnitzel alongside a crisp green salad, though you might...
While testing recipes a few weeks ago, something strange happened. A deep whiff of the Manhattan-style clam chowder I had just made transported me for a brief moment to my grandmother Josephine Cimarusti's kitchen in Lindenhurst, Long Island. A white-and-...
Tags: Soups, Long Island, Lifestyle and Leisure, West Village, Onions
Whether they're the pale gold varieties or the dark orange ones that are mistakenly called yams, sweet potatoes are one of the most traditional highlights of the table at this time of year. And, despite the marked differences between the two types, they...
Tags: Sweet Potatoes
Congratulations, America! We’ve become a nation of healthier snackers. So says market research firm NPD, which has declared fresh fruit the most popular snack food in the country. Even better, the popularity of fresh fruit is continuing to grow....
Tags: Healthy Diet, Market Research, Potato Chips
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