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Total time: 55 minutes Servings: 4 1 pound new potatoes 8 skinless, bone-in chicken thighs (6 to 7 ounces each) Salt Freshly ground black pepper 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 shallot, finely chopped 1/4 cup salt-packed capers, rinsed and coarsely...
3 avocados 1 sweet onion 1 red bell pepper 1 cup of sesame ginger salad dressing 1 package of wonton skins 3 cups of canola oil 1/4 cup of fresh chives (to taste) salt and pepper Preparation Using a sharp knife, cut up onion and bell pepper and dice...
Tags: Appetizers, Onions
Paris-based gastro-fest Le Fooding alighted on the courtyard of the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA for two days over the weekend, all strung lights, French DJs and celebrated chefs from the City of Light. It was the first Le Fooding event in Los Angeles,...
Tags: Arts, Thyme, Butter, Salt, Cheese Corn
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNote: Talk about a simple recipe. Talk about fabulous taste. Times Food Editor Russ Parsons wrote in June about the easy trick of steaming salmon in the oven, a technique he learned years ago from Paula Wolfert. Spring's wild salmon, which has a...
Contributing WriterMarket Day last Saturday was a repeat of the previous one. There were breezy and chilly temperatures but, thankfully, no rain. In addition to all the wonderful fresh goodies to be found at the 2013 outdoor farmers’ market, this year looks to be an...
Tags: Honey, Tomatoes, Summer Squash, Breads, Salads
For RedEyeEAT Pizza Nights Floriole Cafe & Bakery 1220 W. Webster Ave. 773-883-1313 The Lincoln Park cafe extends its hours to serve house-made pizza for dinner, along with salads, desserts, wine and beer. This weekend's offerings are a white pie with...
Meatballs embrace the best merits of ground meat. They are economical per pound, easy to portion and play well with others, especially bold flavors such as fresh herbs, spices and cheese. In our house, we welcome highly-seasoned versions as well as...
The Hartford CourantIf Mother Nature complies, spring vegetables should make their debut. Asparagus, sweet peas, spinach and artichokes will replace the squashes and root vegetables of winter. Until then — and especially with the wind feeling more like winter than...
Tags: Easter, Sweet Potatoes, Potatoes, Yams
Brunch — an easy, agreeable way to entertain — sure pleases all generations in our family. Especially when the gathering includes eight or more guests — the norm in our house on Easter Sunday. My favorite dishes leave me time to hunt...
Tags: Brunch, Summer Squash, Cilantro, Salads, Bacon
Tribune staff reporterFirst impressions: This Asian fusion eatery throws a welcoming glow onto the sidewalk from its long, wood-framed windowpanes lined with ricepaper hanging lamps. Once inside, track lighting, pale wood, a bubbling aquarium and candles continue that glow;...
Tags: Pasta, Carrots, Cheese Corn, Appetizers, Soups
Special to the TribuneSugar and spice, and lots of other things nice-olives, apricots, pistachios, medicinal herbs, fragrant oils, even purported aphrodisiacs-are for sale and for sampling at the bustling Spice Bazaar on the edge of Istanbul's Old City. The L-shaped brick...
Tags: Pistachios, Tomatoes, Salsa (genre), Butter, Salads
Vera is a Spanish restaurant that feels like a local pub. That's not a complaint. Though the menu bulges with Iberico hams, Manchego cheese and Spanish chorizo, the sense of place emanating from the unpretentious restaurant is sweet home, Chicago....
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Butter, Anchovies, Onions, Almonds
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