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Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticWe are second to none in our admiration for pie, which, at its best, marries homeyness with elegance. It is the great American dessert. But we don't make it athomenearly as often as we should, because the crust, at least the right crust, is kind of a...
The best way Yreka, Calif., is off Interstate 5, 46 miles south of Medford, Ore., 80 miles north of Redding, Calif. From Los Angeles, it's 577 miles north, about a 10-hour drive. Or you can fly into Medford. From LAX, Alaska and United offer nonstop...
Black-eyed peas are the New Year's tradition -- a Southern tradition, for the most part, brought to the Carolinas and Georgia from West Africa via the West Indies -- believed to bring luck and prosperity. Make them with pork fat, make them vegetarian,...
Pali Mountain Retreat & Conference Center, 30778 State Route 18, Running Springs; (909) 867-5743, http://www.paliretreat.com. Retreat packages (open to groups of 25 or more) range from about $70 to $120 per person per night (including bunkhouse bed and...
The women are proudly killing it on this season of "Top Chef." In Wednesday night's episode, Kristen Kish, a.k.a. Twiggy, smoked the competition in both the quickfire and elimination challenges -- and looked way too good doing it. For the quickfire...
The remaining five contestants on "Next Iron Chef" took a trip to Las Vegas Sunday evening for a Vegas wedding -- of wacky ingredients, of course. For the Chairman's Challenge of fusion, host Alton Brown married ingredients for the chefs: peanut butter...
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MOSCOW — On New Year's Eve, dining-room tables across Russia will be covered with a mosaic of glittering red caviar, piroshki, marinated mushrooms, beet salad and herring. Chilled vodka bottles and Champagne flutes will tower over the dishes,...
Los Angeles TimesIf you'd like to try our cooking class at your own home, here's an outline of how to go about it. Of course, feel free to improvise. Roast Chicken: Remove the chicken from the refrigerator at least 30 minutes before roasting. Rinse it well and pat it...
Tags: Limes, Pasta, Lettuce, Onions, Foods and Beverages
I just bought a big bunch of emerald spinach and those green leaves jump-started the memory of a pizza I had when I was in New York last. My friend Daniel Young of Young & Foodish, home of the London pop-ups Burger Monday, SpagWednesday and more, was in...
In the first 10 minutes of Wednesday night's "Top Chef," contestant John Tesar solidified his status as the "most hated chef" on the show. Not only does he captiously insult Kuniko Yagi, who went home on the previous episode, he spars unrelentingly with...
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...
If you're planning on a rich multi-course feast for the holidays (and why shouldn't you be?), it's probably a good idea to start it off with something light, crisp and fairly simple. This salad, from Times Food editor Russ Parsons, made with Fuyu...
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