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Times Staff WriterI'm well aware that if I don't stop eating the fondue — soon — by the time I get to the main course, I won't have room for anything. And yet I skewer one more chunk of bread and swirl it into the molten mass of cheese, savoring the Gruyère's...
Last week was quite a week for Cream Puff filling recipes. The request originated from Joe Gronski of Cresco. This week we still have a few more for Joe to pick from. When you're searching for responses for this week's recipe requests, please remember...
City LinkVietnamese food has made its way into central Palm Beach County in the form of Monsoon Restaurant. Its moderately priced food is tasty, attractively presented and relatively healthy. The service is good, too. But the restaurant's location -- at one end of...
Special To The SunOn a recent Saturday afternoon in February, the cozy tasting room at Boordy Vineyards is crowded with visitors. But the main attraction this day isn't being served in a glass, but on a stick. Caramel, chocolate and roasted red pepper pesto cheese fondue,...
Times Staff WriterYou can stare at a palm tree a long time before you realize it's fall in Southern California. About the only clues that I, a native Angeleno, see of autumn's arrival are the shorter days and football on TV. Seeking more traditional evidence of the...
Special to The TimesGasping for breath in the thin Alpine air, we peered into the thick veils of clouds, desperate for a glimpse of the Italian plains stretching somewhere below. Above us, Monte Viso, the 12,600-foot, twin-peaked colossus of the southern French Alps,...
Special to The TimesNidzica, Poland In the castle courtyard, cobblestones slicked with rain, a Teutonic knight was sneaking a cigarette. He sported an ankle-length, sea-green hooded tunic cinched with a broad blue sash. A rectangular swath of watermelon-colored cloth fit...
As peaches, berries and melons begin to fade along with the summer sun, apples take over as Connecticut's big fall crop. The farm stores at the state's orchards will be brimming with native fruit, while supermarkets will carry a variety of both native...
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