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Cardoons, the best spring vegetable you’ve never heard of

Cardoons, bitter relative of artichokes, are poached until tender, marinated in an orange vinaigrette, and studded with olives and slivers of orange zest.

Culinary SOS: Three chefs level up asparagus

L.A. chefs Kuniko Yagi of Pikunico, Keith Corbin of Alta Adams, and Jason Mattick of Broken Spanish share their favorite fresh spring recipes for asparagus.

Home for Dinner: Chicken thighs braised in spring onion salsa verde

Cooking columnist Ben Mims makes a low-stress weeknight dinner by braising chicken thighs in a homemade salsa verde made with fresh spring onions instead of tomatillos.

Kitchen Comforts: More flavor with flourless peanut butter cookies

This one-bowl gluten-free peanut butter cookie recipe is fast and easy to make. They're delicious on their own or as ice cream sandwiches or PB&J treats.

Master Class: The easiest way to burnt Basque cheesecake

Chef Dave Beran figured out how to make the perfect burnt Basque cheesecake with only five ingredients. You'll be amazed at how something so simple can taste so complex.

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9 great Los Angeles birthday cakes

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Review: Iraqi specialties for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Glendale’s Akkad

Akkad in Glendale serves a wealth of Iraqi food, including a beloved breakfast pastry, stuffed vegetables and spiced meat stews.

Carl’s Jr. is testing a cheeseburger with a sauce packing hemp-based CBD oil

Carl's Jr. plans to serve a double cheeseburger with two charbroiled beef patties, pickled jalapeños, pepper jack cheese, Crisscut fries and Santa Fe Sauce infused with hemp-based CBD oil.

Keto? Whole30? Paleo? Lunchtime meals deliver

Dinner meal kits are all the rage. Now businesses are expanding into a new market: Lunchtime meal kits. If you're following a keto, Whole30, paleo or vegan diet, it could make lunch grab-and-go easy. (For a price, of course.)

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Cardoons, the best spring vegetable you’ve never heard of

Cardoons, bitter relative of artichokes, are poached until tender, marinated in an orange vinaigrette, and studded with olives and slivers of orange zest.

First impressions: Eating our way through Coachella

A guide to the best food options at Coachella 2019.

By the number: Just how many martinis did Musso & Frank serve last year?

Hollywood institution Musso & Frank, which turns 100 this year, stirs more than 50,000 martinis every year.

Review: Good luck scoring reservations at Hayato, a tiny tasting-menu wonder

At seven-seat Hayato in downtown L.A., Brandon Hayato Go serves extraordinary multicourse meals inspired by Japan's kaiseki traditions.

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