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  • 30 days of ripe tomatoes

    30 days of ripe tomatoes
    Summer always comes late to Southern California, but that seemed to be particularly true this year, as the cloudy gray days of June gloom stretched well into August for many areas. There was a good side, to be sure, but what we gained by not having to...
  • Review: Blue Star turns out contemporary fare in an L.A. industrial setting.

    Review: Blue Star turns out contemporary fare in an L.A. industrial setting.
    TAKING summer visitors on a tour of downtown Los Angeles? Before or after Disney Hall, Olvera Street, Santee Alley and whatever other landmarks are on your itinerary, stop in for breakfast or lunch at Blue Star restaurant, a terrific little cafe located...
  • Recipe: Slow-scrambled eggs with prosciutto

    Total time: 20 to 30 minutes Servings: 4 Note: Donna Deane's explication of the technique for making creamy, luxurious, slow-scrambled eggs included this inspired open-face sandwich recipe. 4 slices rustic bread, about 1/2 inch thick 1 tablespoon...
  • For luxury that's worth the wait

    A couple of eggs can save the day. When you're at a loss over what to make, just crack, beat, scramble and you've got a meal pronto. But hold on a minute. In fact, hold on a few minutes. If you slow things down a bit, you can turn scrambled eggs into...
  • Here's to love (and lunch)

    Here's to love (and lunch)
    It's a shorter road than one might think from wedding-phobe to frenzied lady with a checklist and dream for that special day. Trust me. I've traveled it. I used to hear about extravagant wedding parties and think, "They're idiots," then reel off things...
  • Stone. Water. Insect. Fish. Sunlight.

    Stone. Water. Insect. Fish. Sunlight.
    Big Two-Hearted River: Part I Nick looked down into the pool from the bridge. It was a hot day. A kingfisher flew up the stream. It was a long time since Nick had looked into a stream and seen trout. They were very satisfactory. As the shadow of the...