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  • Culinary SOS: Chopped kale salad from Napa Valley Grille

    Culinary SOS: Chopped kale salad from Napa Valley Grille
    The chopped kale salad at the Napa Valley Grille in Westwood is the sort of healthy, interesting dish you could eat every day. In fact, a waitress there who recommended it told me she does exactly that. After I ordered it a few times, I saw her point. Can...
  • 5 Questions: Ernesto Uchimura of Plan Check

    5 Questions: Ernesto Uchimura of Plan Check
    Ernesto Uchimura is executive chef of Plan Check in West Los Angeles, a burger-and-cocktail sanctuary on Sawtelle Boulevard. You know the drill: cured meats, pickles, specialty drinks, fried chicken, burgers. But Uchimura's aren't ordinary burgers. They'...
  • Recipe: Spinach salad with olives, pomegranate seeds and pine nuts

    Recipe: Spinach salad with olives, pomegranate seeds and pine nuts
      Total time: 40 minutes Servings: 4 1/2 small red onion 8 to 12 black olives, such as oil-cured, dry-cured or Kalamata, pitted 3 tablespoons pine nuts 1 (9-ounce) bag of cleaned small spinach leaves (about 6 packed cups) 3 Persian cucumbers,...
  • Culinary SOS: La Grande Orange Cafe's kale and quinoa salad

    Culinary SOS: La Grande Orange Cafe's kale and quinoa salad
    Dear SOS: I recently "rediscovered" La Grande Orange in Pasadena's Del Mar station and absolutely love its kale and quinoa salad — it's light and refreshing, although sometimes it is a bit too heavy on the dressing.... I have enjoyed it often enough...
  • Upgrade your cooking skills? There's an app for that.

    Upgrade your cooking skills? There's an app for that.
    You can use your iPhone or iPad to watch movies, listen to music, text and surf the Internet. But special, surprisingly inexpensive apps make them nifty environments for learning or upgrading cooking skills. I've bought or borrowed quite a few...
  • Counter Intelligence: Ración is Basque country

    Counter Intelligence: Ración is Basque country
    San Sebastian's old town may be the most food-intensive neighborhood in the world, with street after street of pintxos bars and taverns and roaring restaurants, and hundreds of counters heaped with shellfish, hams and roasted meat — the answer to...
  • Japan's ingredient du jour: shio koji

     Japan's ingredient du jour: shio koji
    The latest trendy cooking ingredient in Japan is a fungus. And that fungus is spreading. Professional and home cooks in Japan are crazy for it, and it's flying off the shelves at Japanese markets in the U.S., too. They're using shio koji -- a fermented...
  • Top 10 recipes of 2012 from The Times' Test Kitchen

    Top 10 recipes of 2012 from The Times' Test Kitchen
    In the Los Angeles Times Test Kitchen, you never know what the next week might bring. It could be some incredibly complicated construction from one of America's greatest chefs. It could be the latest dish we've uncovered from one of Southern California'...
  • Critics Choice: Seriously good neighborhood bakery-cafes

    Critics Choice: Seriously good neighborhood bakery-cafes
    Having a good bakery-cafe in the neighborhood is a quality-of-life issue just as much as having a serious coffee shop or wine bar. Just as young chefs are moving into far-flung neighborhoods to open their own places, bakers who may have been caterers or...
  • Game for good eats at tailgate parties

    Game for good eats at tailgate parties
    Whether your tailgate includes a custom grill setup and team color-coordinated tents or a simple picnic on a well-worn blanket, no pre-game ritual is complete without the spread. This is one party that's as much about the food as it is about fans and...
  • Counter Intelligence: Casual crazy vibe at Sycamore Kitchen

     Counter Intelligence: Casual crazy vibe at Sycamore Kitchen
    When you are standing in line to order at Sycamore Kitchen, the new breakfast-lunch place in the La Brea design corridor, you are going to be distracted by the bakery counter, which stretches on for yards. Because in addition to the chocolate croissants...