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Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, which happens to fall on a Sunday this year -- making everyone Irish all weekend long. Whether you’re on the Westside or downtown, there are plenty of late-night bars and early morning brunch...
"My German Cuban Pork Burger is THE BIGGEST BADDEST burger out there because it's not your regular lame everyday burger. Serve these burgers to your friends and family and THEY will tell you that these German Cuban Pork Burgers are not only...
Daily DishContinental Gourmet Sausage in Glendale offers a glorious collection of bratwurst, weisswurst and myriad other German-style sausages...
When Thanksgiving spread around the country in the mid-19th century, it was in the hope that holiday good feelings would heal the rift between North and South. So, the Thanksgiving menu had a certain amount of can't-we-all-get-together culinary...
Spiced mushroom borscht Total time: 2 hours Servings: 12 Note: This recipe requires cheesecloth and butchers twine to make a sachet. -------------------- Our recipes, your kitchen: If you try this or any other recipe from the L.A. Times Test...
Rental agencies pull Toyotas You may have to look hard if you hope to get a Toyota from your favorite car rental agency these days. Late last month, as news of the recall heated up, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Alamo and National announced that they would...
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If I feel a canker sore coming on, I put a wad of chopped sauerkraut on the area, hold it there for a minute, then chew and swallow. I do this three or four times a day for two to three days. Trauma to the mouth from sharp food can trigger a canker sore...
Restaurant CriticFor a "Top Chef" finalist, 36-year-old Stefan Richter comes out like a lamb at his new restaurant, Stefan's at L.A. Farm. He's not out to shock or provoke. He's out to cook food that's squarely within most people's comfort zones. Good for him. Richter,...
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Restaurant CriticAfter 15 years, La Cachette, "the hideaway," is no longer hiding out in Century City. Chef-owner Jean-Francois Meteigner suffered years of roadwork on Santa Monica Boulevard that made his French restaurant difficult to get to. And yet now that traffic...
Brand XOver the past year, Mark Frauenfelder, the current editor of MAKE magazine, who is also the founder of tech/culture webblog Boing Boing, has immersed himself in a variety of DIY journeys and documented the results and the rewards (and the frequent...
Open almost two years, the downtown bistro Church & State has seen a lot of changes in its brief life. Steven Arroyo (Cobras & Matadors) opened the restaurant in the Biscuit Co. Lofts on Industrial Street in September 2008. The original chef lasted only a...
Kurt Kruegermann sits in the driver's seat of a weather-beaten forklift as it slowly sputters to life. A few minutes later, the 77-year-old co-owner of Krüegermann Pickles & Sauerkraut flips a switch and a cardboard box filled with 1,500 pounds of cabbage...
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