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  • The Review: Cafe Pierre in Manhattan Beach

    The Review: Cafe Pierre in Manhattan Beach
    When a restaurant has been around for as long as Cafe Pierre, it's not reasonable to expect it to be performing with the same panache and energy as in the early days. Most decades-old places carry on without changing a thing until it's too late. Chasen'...
  • Recipe: Osso buco

    Recipe: Osso buco
      Total time: 3 hours, 20 minutes Servings: 4 Note: For the best presentation, tie a piece of string around each veal shank to hold the meat to the bone throughout the cooking time. Cipollini, sometimes called wild onions, are small onion-like bulbs,...
  • Recipe: Tycoon's Gulyas (Magnas Gulyas)

    Recipe: Tycoon's Gulyas (Magnas Gulyas)
      Note: When Gundel's, Hungary's greatest restaurant--it opened in 1910, lasted through two world wars and even survived (barely) under Communism, shuttered less than 10 years--reopened in May of 1992, it reminded the world how elegant Hungarian food...
  • Transcript of September 27 chat with California Cook columnist Russ Parsons

    2007-09-27 13:00:17.0 Administrator2: Welcome to the Food chat! We'll get started shortly-- submit your questions for Russ now! 2007-09-27 13:01:53.0 Russ Parsons: Yesterday's cover story on lasagna was inspired when I started making fresh pasta again...
  • At Angelini Osteria, an ongoing festa

    The stark, contemporary Beverly Boulevard storefront of Angelini Osteria is noisy, crowded and full of energy. All around us, the beautiful and the ravenous are diving into plates of bombolotti all' amatriciana or spaghetti with eggplant and ricotta,...
  • The stars align at Guy Savoy

    The stars align at Guy Savoy
    An amazing artichoke soup with gnarly black truffles and marvelous aged Parmesan shaved over the top. Before I can take a bite, a waiter butters a piece of warm mushroom brioche for me -- with truffle butter, bien sur -- and suggests I dunk it in the...
  • Drago Centro in downtown L.A.

    Drago Centro in downtown L.A.
    Seriously, what is wrong with this town? If Celestino Drago, one of the best-known Italian restaurateurs in Southern California, can't get a crowd for his most ambitious restaurant yet, and a very glamorous one at that, then what? The fact that Drago...
  • Recipe: Turkey tonnato sandwich

    Recipe: Turkey tonnato sandwich
      Note: In our July cover package on picnics, Russ Parsons wrote an antipicnic story--he likes his sandwiches indoors, without the sunburns and bug bites. And when you taste one of his favorite sandwiches, turkey tonnato--a California version of the...
  • Recipe: The Wine Cask cassoulet

    Recipe: The Wine Cask cassoulet
      Note: For our Super Bowl issue nearly a year ago, staff writer Barbara Hansen found a cassoulet so big, as she put it, "we had to bake it in a turkey roaster because no ordinary casserole could handle it." She went on: "It's an incredible dish, rich...
  • Recipe: Short ribs with mustard-Cognac sauce

    Total time: 1 hour, plus 4 hours braising time Servings: 4 Note: Adapted from Eric Greenspan. Boneless short ribs are stocked at Gelson's markets, Marconda's Meats in the Original Farmers Market in Los Angeles, and select Ralph's markets. You can...
  • Restaurant review: Michael's on Naples Ristorante in Long Beach

    Restaurant review: Michael's on Naples Ristorante in Long Beach
    THE restaurant's name -- Michael's on Naples Ristorante --sounds dubious, like the kind of place you might see showing up on British chef Gordon Ramsay's hit television series "Kitchen Nightmares." In fact, Ramsay did take in hand an Italian restaurant...