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  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Paiche dips Asian influences into the Amazon

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Paiche dips Asian influences into the Amazon
    Paiche are enormous. Paiche have teeth on their tongues. Paiche, living fossils barely evolved since the Miocene epoch, have lungs and breathe air, which is pretty unusual for fish. Paiche are also easy to catch, a problem even in the sparsely populated Upper Amazon, where, despite laws against commercial fishing, they are becoming rare.
  • Horse Thief now open, serving Texas-style BBQ at Grand Central Market

    Horse Thief now open, serving Texas-style BBQ at Grand Central Market
    Horse Thief, a Central-Texas-style BBQ joint, has opened at the Grand Central Market in downtown Los Angeles. The addition is just one in a slew of newcomers to the open-air market, including Sticky Rice, Valerie at Grand Central Market and the soon-to-...

    Savory ice cream, special dinners, Live & Dine L.A. tickets, more

    Savory ice cream, special dinners, Live & Dine L.A. tickets, more
    Restaurants are in full bloom for summer. Here are some of the latest deals and restaurant happenings. Live & Dine L.A.: Tickets are still available to the 11th annual Live & Dine L.A., a culinary extravaganza that celebrates L.A.’s best chefs and...

    Easy dinner recipes: 4 diet-friendly recipes under 200 calories

    Easy dinner recipes: 4 diet-friendly recipes under 200 calories
    Dinner on a diet? It may sound tough but it's easy if you're prepared, even on a busy weeknight. Here are four suggestions to try, each clocking in at under 200 calories and under 15 grams each carbohydrates and fat per serving. Three of the recipes...

    How your cellphone betrays you

    How your cellphone betrays you
    There’s a traitor in your pocket. Or your purse. Your cellphone is ratting you out. Stores can keep track of who you are and what you buy -- unless you pay cash. Now they can also use your cellphone -- even without your permission -- to find out...