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  • Culinary SOS: Seafood jambalaya linguine at King's Fish House in Long Beach

    Culinary SOS: Seafood jambalaya linguine at King's Fish House in Long Beach
    Dear SOS: My husband and I are in love with the seafood jambalaya linguine at King's Fish House in Long Beach. Can you get the recipe? Dave & Christine Formella Long Beach Dear Dave and Christine: With flavors combining a homemade Creole seasoning...
  • New Year's Eve noshing: 25 easy-to-make dishes

    New Year's Eve noshing: 25 easy-to-make dishes
    Whether your New Year's festivities include planning a big cocktail party or hosting a simple dinner, odds are you'll want something to feed your guests over the hours as they count down to 2012. Here are 25 easy-to-make little dishes to choose from...
  • The Review: Wolfgang Puck's WP24

    The Review: Wolfgang Puck's WP24
    The server eases the rectangular plate down on the glass coffee table. Here we go, I think, biting into a tiny pleated dumpling plumped with braised pork belly and slicked with black Chinese vinegar. A trace of chile oil, the melting tender pork, the...
  • Wine of the Week: 2008 Arnaldo Caprai Grechetto 'Grecante'

    Wine of the Week: 2008 Arnaldo Caprai Grechetto 'Grecante'
      2008 Arnaldo Caprai Grechetto "Grecante" Arnaldo Caprai is better known for his intense Montefalco rosso than for his whites, so this lyrical wine comes as a surprise. Made from 100% Grechetto, an indigenous grape, it is crisp and refreshing, all...
  • The Find: La Huasteca in Lynwood

    The Find: La Huasteca in Lynwood
    Cars cruise through the roundabout under the waning afternoon sun, leisurely circling a reconstruction of Mexico City's Angel of Independence. First-timers marvel at the faux-colonial facade seemingly imported block by block from Guadalajara. Lynwood's...
  • The Review: Inn of the Seventh Ray

    The Review: Inn of the Seventh Ray
    I'm writing this in a purple font, the same color as the seventh ray, or so I'm told, which is why the napkins at Inn of the Seventh Ray in Topanga Canyon are violet. So is the bouquet of wispy wildflowers on each table. And years ago (the last time I...
  • 50 places to eat for $5 or less

    50 places to eat for $5 or less
    Dining out for $5 or less may seem like a fantasy, but Southern California has much to offer for those on a tight budget. For affordable Vietnamese fare, for example, venture to Garden Grove or Westminster. Or look to food trucks for unique, inexpensive...
  • Critic's Choice: Where to go for dumplings

    Critic's Choice: Where to go for dumplings
    Love dumplings? The soupy, Shanghai-style ones filled with juicy pork? Puck-shaped Beijing ones with beef? Pan-fried? Steamed? Boiled? There are Vietnamese dumplings made with rice flour wrappers folded around chunks of sautéed shrimp. Or beefy Lebanese...
  • Wine of the Week: 2009 Tablas Creek Vineyard 'Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc'

    Wine of the Week: 2009 Tablas Creek Vineyard 'Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc'
    Château de Beaucastel produces a stupendous Châteauneuf-du-Pape blanc, and its Paso Robles property, Tablas Creek Vineyard, turns out a white in a similar spirit called "Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc." It's no mistake that so many Central Coast winemakers...
  • Critic's Choice: Southeast Asian noodle restaurants

    Critic's Choice: Southeast Asian noodle restaurants
    Southern California's one big bowl of noodles for anyone who loves Southeast Asia's many incarnations. And we're not just talking about pho and pad Thai. Look to the Central Vietnamese restaurants of Westminster for your fix of mi quang, neon-yellow...
  • Best meals of 2011

    Best meals of 2011
    The best meals of the year aren't necessarily about foie gras and truffles, or indulgent tasting menus, or even the technically best cooking of 2011. They're those dinners that surprised and delighted, that wove food and wine and friendship together in...