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  • 180 pumpkin pies stolen in South Pasadena

     
    Thieves made off with 180 pumpkin pies meant for a South Pasadena market three days before Thanksgiving, according to police. A padlock on a refrigerated trailer, parked near Bristol Farms on the 600 block of Fair Oaks Avenue, was broken......
  • Beer of the Month: Samuel Adams Fat Jack

    Beer of the Month: Samuel Adams Fat Jack
    Fall is upon us, so brewers are making pumpkin ales. Boston Beer Co. has been offering one for a long time, Samuel Adams Harvest Ale, which is notable for using English hops and both caramel and smoked malts in the mash. And pumpkin, of course. Harvest...
  • Man About Town: Carving out autumn bliss in a pumpkin patch

    Man About Town: Carving out autumn bliss in a pumpkin patch
    Largely free of the manure odors that kept me from a life in agriculture, Faulkner Farm puts on quite a pumpkin patch, replete with red barns, hayrides, a pumpkin catapult, corn mazes and, best of all, a fine tri-tip sandwich, the only thing really...
  • A heady whiff of autumn in new perfumes

     A heady whiff of autumn in new perfumes
    For perfume lovers, the advent of cooler weather may very well inspire a shift in scents. It's a time to abandon the light florals of summer and explore fragrances that reflect autumn and conjure notions of All Hallow's Eve. For a postmodern...
  • Thanksgiving dinner will cost more as turkey prices rise

    Thanksgiving dinner will cost more as turkey prices rise
    Between the turkey, the sweet potatoes, the cranberries and the pumpkin pie, Thanksgiving dinner will cost consumers more this year – but not by much. Households will shell out, on average, $49.48 for a party of 10, or 28 cents more than last year....
  • Southern California Close-Ups: Going Hollywood

    Southern California Close-Ups: Going Hollywood
    First published on Dec. 25, 2011. Revised and expanded in early 2012. Pity the rubes. Those wayward tourists who dawdle in their cars and tour buses along Beachwood Drive, enraging the locals as they haltingly seek that perfect Hollywood sign photo op...
  • Culinary SOS: Carpe Diem's Mexican chocolate pot de crème

    Culinary SOS: Carpe Diem's Mexican chocolate pot de crème
    Dear SOS: My husband and I recently visited downtown Napa, Calif. The amazing chocolate dessert at Carpe Diem is absolutely the best chocolate dessert I've ever tasted! And I am not a big dessert person. Satin-smooth chocolate with a texture between a...
  • Homemade goods deserve a pretty package too

    Homemade goods deserve a pretty package too
    Homemade food makes a wonderful gift this time of year, but so often carefully made delicious treats are piled unceremoniously onto paper plates, wrapped haphazardly in tinfoil or carelessly tossed into plastic bags. It may be the thought that counts,...
  • Need a hostess gift when invited to dinner? The Times' S. Irene Virbila has a few ideas

    Need a hostess gift when invited to dinner? The Times' S. Irene Virbila has a few ideas
    When I spent some months in Venice, Italy, years ago, my friend Paolo would show up at dinner parties with prosciutto. I'm not talking about a paper packet of sliced ham but a whole prosciutto di San Daniele, the famous ham from Friuli, cured with the...
  • The Find: Taco María truck survives the downturn

    The Find: Taco María truck survives the downturn
    When food truck fatigue finally set in among the Twitter-equipped some time last year, the mobile movement all but stalled. Gone were the throngs that waited for hours, their attentions shifted instead to newly minted food artisans and itinerant pop-up...
  • A point of pride in Spain

    A point of pride in Spain
    There's an imaginary border that crosses through the South of France and northern Italy, angling through Greece and Turkey toward the Middle East. Call it the olive oil line -- to the north, the cuisines are flavored with butter and other oils; to the...