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This is the year you will resolve to ditch the diets, the "all or nothing" mentality and the "no-pain, no-gain" fitness goals. This is the year you will resolve to use common sense to eat less junk food, move more — and have fun doing it. Remember...
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Sometimes you can't get any simpler than a salad for dinner. Take some greens, add a little of this or that, and get creative. You can pick up a few ingredients, like a roast or rotisserie chicken, from the store, or find ways to use the leftovers in...
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With the holiday season in full swing, more than a few of us will be hosting a festive dinner party, buffet or potluck. Following are a few helpful tips and tricks I've learned from hosting my own gatherings over the years: LISTEN: Noelle talks buffet...
OK, we've all had our holiday fun and feasting. And somehow another roast turkey or standing rib roast doesn't sound as appealing as it did on Day One or Two or Three. At this point, it's hold the gravy, the rich desserts and the bubbly and get down to...
Los Angeles TimesMeghan and Carter are getting married. Like so many friends of my daughter, they are bright, funny and, sometimes, almost preternaturally serious. A couple of weeks ago, they asked my wife if we would talk to them about how to stay married — and...
This quick lentil salad from chef and writer Deborah Madison is rich and filling enough to be served on its own (you might never know it's vegetarian) or as a generous side. Lentils are flavored with fragrant bay leaf and garlic, then tossed with a...
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Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticYou 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...
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,...
Rich and creamy Caesar dressing, crunchy lettuce, fried capers, crisp croutons, shredded parmesan and a little lemon vinaigrette. That's how Michael Mina does Caesar at American Fish at Aria in Las Vegas. Sure, the recipe calls for more than a few...
Because of their rather tough texture, greens such as kale are often cooked to tenderize them before serving. But gently rubbing a bright vinaigrette onto the cut greens also works to soften their texture, making for a wonderfully fresh salad with crisp,...
Daily DishThere really is no such thing as a bad time for a brownie. Bad breakup? Eat an entire pan. Need a snack? Indulge in a single square. Housewarming? Bake a batch. The excuses for eating a brownie are endless and apparently our #weekendeats family couldn't...
Daily DishThis recipe is a perfect way to use up leftover salmon*, and also works well with other leftover fish -- or even chicken -- simply change up the herbs as desired to suit your taste. For this version, flake grilled salmon over a salad of steamed red...
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