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  • A critic's most memorable dining experiences of 2009

    A critic's most memorable dining experiences of 2009
    To say that I eat out a lot would be something of an understatement. The question I'm always asked, of course, is what is my favorite restaurant? That's understandable, but it's also basically unanswerable. Because the answer depends on whether I'm in the...
  • The new Bastide, a rare four stars

    The new Bastide, a rare four stars
    At one time, French restaurants were the epitome of fine dining in L.A. It's no secret, though, that Angelenos have pretty much abandoned French food and with it, formal dining, for the relaxed pleasures of Spago and the California idiom or for Italian...
  • Chefs Thomas Keller and Mark Peel take on home cooking

    Chefs Thomas Keller and Mark Peel take on home cooking
    Thomas Keller's Catalan beef stew is a spectacular, meaty dish of tender short ribs, fennel, fingerling potatoes and leeks, savory with the addition of oil-cured Spanish olives, fragrant with orange peel, garnished with fennel fronds and finished with...
  • Recipe: Boudin Blanc Aux Herbes St. Germain

    Recipe: Boudin Blanc Aux Herbes St. Germain
      1 1/2 cups milk 1/4 cup whipping cream 1/2 bunch tarragon 1/2 bunch basil 1/2 bunch parsley 2 green onions, chopped 2 shallots 14 ounces lean veal, trimmed 14 ounces lean chicken meat, trimmed 14 ounces pork fatback or veal fat 1 pound ice...
  • Recipe: Paul Bocuse's Stuffed Cabbage

    Recipe: Paul Bocuse's Stuffed Cabbage
      Note: Paul Bocuse is probably the world's most famous chef; he's not somebody you associate with hearty, homey dishes. But this recipe proves that a truly great chef can bring something special to even the most rustic fare. 1 sheet caul fat or kitchen...
  • Recipe: Farsumagru (Rolled Steak, Stuffed Sicilian Style)

    Recipe: Farsumagru (Rolled Steak, Stuffed Sicilian Style)
      Note: Farsumagru -- it's Sicilian for "false lean" -- is steak stuffed with meats, cheeses, eggs and vegetables and then rolled to look like a roast. When sliced it's absolutely beautiful. It's most commonly seen on buffet tables, served at room...
  • The Review: Wolfgang's Steakhouse in Beverly Hills

    The Review: Wolfgang's Steakhouse in Beverly Hills
    "Well, hello," coos one of the svelte babes on either arm of an elegantly attired gentleman crossing the tongue of red carpet in front of Wolfgang's Steakhouse in Beverly Hills. A young manager in a suit is right there to greet the trio, sweeping them off...
  • [Chef Change] The Review: Craft Los Angeles

    [Chef Change] The Review: Craft Los Angeles
    Before the Bravo network ever dreamed up "Top Chef," Tom Colicchio, the show's head judge, already had a remarkable career. He was chef and partner at New York's Gramercy Tavern in the mid-'90s, then in 2001 opened his own restaurant, Craft, a block away,...
  • The Review: Valentino

    The Review: Valentino
    Valentino is back. I know, I didn't quite believe it myself. But I kept hearing that the cooking was good again — and not just from die-hard fans who have retained a deep affection for the 38-year-old restaurant despite all the recent ups and...
  • Recipe: Rubuh' (roast veal stuffed with spiced ground meat and rice)

    Recipe: Rubuh' (roast veal stuffed with spiced ground meat and rice)
    Total time: 3 1/2 to 4 hours Servings: 8 to 10 Note: Adapted from Poopa Dweck's "Aromas of Aleppo: The Legendary Cuisine of Syrian Jews." Veal breast can be advance-ordered from better meat counters. Ask your butcher to make a pocket in the veal...
  • The Review: Hostaria del Piccolo in Santa Monica

    The Review: Hostaria del Piccolo in Santa Monica
    Inviting Italians who live here to come out to an Italian restaurant can be a daunting prospect, at least when we're talking those who can cook, and cook well. They have very specific ideas about how things should be done and don't suffer indifferent or...