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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe idea has been kicked around for years — a high-speed train to zip passengers from SoCal to Sin City and then boomerang them back, bypassing the sea of brake lights flooding the highway to and from Las Vegas. Originally, even the most farfetched...
Los Angeles TimesRich and luscious Total time: 45 minutes Servings: 8 (makes 16 pancakes) Note: Adapted from BLD in Los Angeles. The restaurant recommends using a dryer ricotta with large curds such as Gioia (a wet ricotta will make the batter grainy). 3 eggs, yolks...
Tags: Pancakes, Los Angeles Times, Foods and Beverages, Salt, Recipes
Dear SOS: My trips to Santa Barbara are not complete unless I have the rice pudding with bananas and pistachios from Pierre Lafond. I would love the recipe. Hope you can help. Thanks. Irene P. Ayala Los Angeles Dear Irene: Because it's served chilled,...
Dear SOS: There is a wonderful little bakery in St. Helena, Calif., called the Model Bakery. They make a fabulous molasses ginger cookie. Although all their baked goods are terrific, it is that cookie recipe I covet. Here's hoping you can get it for...
Tags: Los Angeles Times, Foods and Beverages, Butter, Salt, Cinnamon
Dear SOS: I was at Auntie Em's Kitchen in Eagle Rock today for the first time. While they are known for their amazing cupcakes and fantastic food, today I had the best oatmeal cookie I've ever eaten. It was thin, chewy and crispy at the same time, with...
Tags: Los Angeles Times, Vanilla, Butter, Salt, Vanilla Extract
Jaime Escalante, the charismatic former East Los Angeles high school teacher who taught the nation that inner-city students could master subjects as demanding as calculus, died Tuesday. He was 79. The subject of the 1988 film "Stand and Deliver,"...
Sun StaffPity poor Howard Street. Baltimore's once-proud commercial center has suffered all manner of indignity since the 1970s. Jilted by a California developer promising a rebirth. Abandoned by department stores for the suburbs. Violated by road crews that...
Special To The SunSAN ANTONIO - A foam projectile fired at the leading edge of a space shuttle's wing yesterday all but destroyed a piece of its thermal armor, blasting a 16-inch hole in the material and providing evidence of what may have doomed Columbia. "We have...
Tags: NASA, Space Programs, New Mexico, Death, Technology
Sun National StaffSANTA MARIA, Calif. - Recording superstar Michael Jackson returned to his Neverland Ranch a free man yesterday after a jury acquitted him of charges that he had plied a 13-year-old cancer patient with alcohol, molested him, then conspired to imprison...
Each Christmas they hung their homemade stockings from the crannies of the rock-faced fireplace in the living room. Summers found them diving off the flat roof into the pool for coins their grandfather threw into the deep end, or playing safari in the...
Steven Davis' sojourn on Los Angeles' skid row last year was brief but unusually fruitful. Davis, a 32-year-old schizophrenic, was dumped in front of the New Image Shelter last year by College Hospital in Costa Mesa, not long after being diagnosed as...
Times Architecture CriticUCLA's California NanoSystems Institute, or CNSI for short, is the first Los Angeles project by the New York-based architect Rafael Vi˝oly. It is something of a stealth building. Its broad, low fašade, overlooking the Court of Sciences near the southern...
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