RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Thyme

A collection of news and information related to Thyme published by this site and its partners.

Top Thyme Articles

Displaying items 12-22
  • Janet Fitch on her mother's domain — the kitchen

    Janet Fitch on her mother's domain — the kitchen
    It's become a tradition at the L.A. Times Food section: Every year, we run a holiday essay by a noted Southern California writer reflecting the unique nature of the way we celebrate the season. This year's is by Janet Fitch, whose novels include the best-...
  • The Find: Zait & Za'atar and Wraps Xpress

    The Find: Zait & Za'atar and Wraps Xpress
    There's a moment in a cuisine's acculturation when a dish morphs into a movement. In Orange County, that moment belongs now to a multinational influx of Middle Eastern flatbreads. Like banh mi before them, manakeesh have here become the accepted...
  • The Find: Sattdown Jamaican Grill in Studio City

    The Find: Sattdown Jamaican Grill in Studio City
    The menu at Sattdown Jamaican Grill is instantly intriguing. Scanning its pages past the salmon with garlic-orange zest crust and the shrimp seared in olive oil with jerk seasoning, to the vegetarian curry roti, you quickly realize, we're not in...
  • Sugar and spice make an unexpectedly nice dessert

    Sugar and spice make an unexpectedly nice dessert
    It was a casual Saturday evening dinner about six months ago. I was preparing a rosemary pork roast with a few dishes on the side when, like a smack in the face, I was hit by a happy accident. Here's what happened: knife chops rosemary for roast, knife...
  • Recipe: Herb-marinated feta cheese with za'tar-toasted pita triangles

    Recipe: Herb-marinated feta cheese with za'tar-toasted pita triangles
      Herb-marinated feta cheese with za'tar-toasted pita triangles Total time: 30 minutes Servings: 4 to 6 as an appetizer Note: Za'tar is a Middle Eastern spice blend commonly consisting of thyme, toasted sesame seeds, marjoram and sumac. It is...
  • A Seder without matzo

    A Seder without matzo
    I've always loved Passover, ever since I was a little girl. Long before I understood it as the Festival of Freedom that celebrates the ancient Israelites' exodus from slavery in Egypt, to me it was the holiday of difference. Indeed, it was — and...
  • The California Cook: Our best turkey tweak yet

    The California Cook: Our best turkey tweak yet
    For something that is the centerpiece of almost every Thanksgiving dinner, the turkey gets surprisingly little attention. At least from most normal people. They tend to stuff it, roast it and forget it. And then they complain about how boring turkey is...
  • Downtown L.A. on the lunch menu

    Downtown L.A. on the lunch menu
    Lunch is the meal of the proletariat. While the leisure class brunches, the worker bees among us grab that much-anticipated moment of down time that comes with the consumption of a hearty sandwich, plate of meat or lightly dressed salad that is known to...
  • Recipe: Barbecued turkey

    Recipe: Barbecued turkey
      Barbecued turkey Total time: 3 1/2 hours, plus 3 days brining time Servings: 14 to 16 -------------------- Our recipes, your kitchen: If you try any of the L.A. Times Test Kitchen recipes from this week's Food section, we want photographic...
  • 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...
  • The California Cook: Seasonal vegetable stew is easy, delicious

    The California Cook: Seasonal vegetable stew is easy, delicious
    It was a lazy Sunday afternoon, and I'd just gotten home from the farmers market with, as usual, several bags of vegetables and no firm idea of what I was going to fix for dinner. So I did what I usually do in that situation — started leafing...