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  • Jonathan Gold's Taco Tuesday: Ara's Tacos

    Jonathan Gold's Taco Tuesday: Ara's Tacos
    Scholars of the taqueria arts are well-acquainted with the taco arabe, the signature taco of the Puebla region, which is basically the Mexican version of shwarma: grilled meat shaved from the outside of a skewered cone of sliced, stacked, marinated meat,...
  • The Find: Flavors of Belize

    The Find: Flavors of Belize
    Chirmole, a high-intensity soupy sauce as black as squid ink, is poured over tender poached chicken and holds a single hard-cooked egg. This classic Maya dish, dubbed "black dinner" in tiny Central American Belize, is based on darkly charred chiles,...
  • The Find: Newport Beach fish lovers salute Bear Flag

    The Find: Newport Beach fish lovers salute Bear Flag
    Bear Flag Fish Co. is the seafood wonderland we all long for on idle summer days, a fish market-cum-restaurant where brilliant slabs of tuna glint like rubies and the spindrift of crashing waves hangs in the air. It's minimalism at its seafaring best &#...
  • The Review: Playa

    The Review: Playa
    On the plate, a wide-eyed Malcolm McDowell stares up at me from beneath his bowler. It's a bit disconcerting to find the violent figure from "A Clockwork Orange" sharing space with seared day-boat scallops at Playa. On another plate, squash blossom...
  • Homeboy Industries pins hopes on chips and salsa

    Homeboy Industries pins hopes on chips and salsa
    The chips are falling into place for Homeboy Industries. The hottest-selling snack item at 256 Ralphs deli sections across Southern California in the first weeks of February wasn't pretzels, or cheese puffs, or pita or bagel crisps. According to the...
  • 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...
  • Bertha Haffner-Ginger, godmother of the Mexican food craze

    Bertha Haffner-Ginger, godmother of the Mexican food craze
    Long before Rick Bayless, the Too Hot Tamales and even Diana Kennedy, there was another teacher and cookbook writer who introduced authentic Mexican food to a wider American audience. Though she is all but unknown today, at the turn of the 20th century...
  • PASSINGS: Claude Kirk, Arch West

    PASSINGS: Claude Kirk, Arch West
    Claude Kirk Florida's 1st GOP governor of 20th century Claude Kirk, 85, a flamboyant self-promoter who became Florida's first Republican governor of the 20th century, died Wednesday at his West Palm Beach home, his family announced. Democrats dominated...
  • The Find: Guisados in Boyle Heights

    The Find: Guisados in Boyle Heights
    Ricardo Diaz is on his way to building a culinary empire with Mexican restaurants that innately reflect the attitudes and fluctuations of the Angeleno appetite. Three years ago, Diaz and his in-laws opened Cook's Tortas in Monterey Park. There, sturdy,...
  • Chef John Sedlar returns with lots of irons in the fire

    Chef John Sedlar returns with lots of irons in the fire
    Last week, chef John Sedlar celebrated the 30th anniversary of his seminal, erstwhile restaurant Saint Est├Ęphe with a sparkly cocktail party and an elaborate tasting menu for a select group of admirers who remember the go-go '80s and his particular mark...
  • Critics' Choice: Breakfasts from around the globe in L.A. area

    Critics' Choice: Breakfasts from around the globe in L.A. area
    After Thursday's extravaganza, it might be the right time to think about the lightest meal of the day — or the meal that affords us the rest of the day to burn off some calories, anyway. Forget pancakes. How about savory Taiwanese crullers dipped in...