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Have you sorted out what and where you’ll be eating on Easter? Whether you're looking to go out or stay in with takeout, here's a list of places around town offering Easter treats, brunch and supper: Asia de Cuba: Honey-glazed Kurobuta pork belly,...
Tags: French Toast, Eggs, Shrimp, Asparagus, Lifestyle and Leisure
There are many things I don't understand about the restaurant business. I don't see why small plates are "shareable." I don't get the appeal of communal tables. And I don't understand why Storefront Company isn't crowded all the time. The year-old...
Tags: Gnocchi, Restaurants, Dining and Drinking, Mushrooms, Potatoes
During the cold winter months, finding fresh local vegetables can be an arduous task for menu-planning chefs and restaurateurs. However, an increase in diners wanting to start the new year with healthier eating habits may also translate to a higher demand...
The Baltimore SunMichael Mina's name is familiar to Baltimore restaurant-goers from the suite of restaurants he developed for the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore - Wit & Wisdom, Pabu and Lamill Coffee. But Mina's base of operations is in San Francisco, and the Michelin-...
Given chef Curtis Duffy's curriculum vitae — his work at Alinea, the two Michelin stars awarded to Avenues restaurant on Duffy's watch — there really wasn't any question whether Grace, Duffy's first solo effort, would be good. Just how good....
The prepared food vendors at local farmers markets cater to a world of tastes and ethnicities, from Filipino balut to halal shawarma, but until recently none served observant Jews who follow kosher dietary laws. It fell to a secular Jew, Michele Grant,...
On Valentine's Day, maybe you woo your sweetie with flowers, chocolates or even diamonds. But what are you going to do about dinner? Whether you'll be curling up to a showing of “When Harry Met Sally” at the Electric Dusk Drive-In, strolling...
Nestled in a tiny storefront on Balboa Island is a new and charming, romantic little bistro called Trattoria Mediterranean. It is a treasure box, with its candlelit atmosphere, the sound of trickling water from the fountain on the terrace and the wrought-...
Ori Menashe is chef and co-owner -- along with his wife, pastry chef Genevieve Gergis -- of Bestia, the new Italian restaurant on the edge of the Arts District downtown. Menashe, born in Los Angeles and raised in Israel, formerly worked for Italian chef...
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticWhat you think about Cortez is going to depend in large part on what you think about crowds, and noise, and screechy jazz, about well-meaning servers who are slightly impatient with the idea of service, and about spending most of an hour leaning up...
Los Angeles TimesAccording to my "Grande Enciclopedia Illustrata della Gastronomia," carpaccio is the "celebrated preparation based on raw beef sliced as finely as prosciutto di Parma and variously garnished," and was invented by Giuseppe Cipriani at Harry's Bar in...
A recipe adapted from Thomas Keller's "Ad Hoc at Home," these crisp, braised chicken thighs are rich yet bright with a great harmony of flavors, including olives, lemon zest and thinly sliced fennel. The whole dish comes together in just over an hour, and...
Tags: Olives, Kosher Salt, Macaroni and Cheese, Peppers, Salt
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