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Amazing Espresso in Orange County

The absolute best espresso in Orange County is at Paninoteca Maggio, Das Ubergeek says. The café in the little live-work lofts in Santa Ana blows away Orange County’s coffee big guns. “For some reason, the Italians can make an amazing espresso even in the United States without some big hipster fuss about it,” Das Ubergeek [...]

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Erbe Matte Hits Its Inevitable End

Louis Kim In retrospect, a restaurant offering both Korean and Italian food should have probably been a warning sign, like taquerias that trumpet burgers on their awnings or fried chicken joints that hold a secondary degree in lo mein. But we’re game for almost anything and maybe the 90210 address managed to evade our jade. [...]

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Bake along with Marion! Baking powder biscuits

Marion Cunningham, who died Wednesday at the age of 90, was one of America’s great home bakers. So what could be a more fitting tribute than to cook along with her as she makes her famous baking powder biscuits? The recipes and photos are from a story she wrote for The Times in 1999, based [...]

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Joe’s Falafel Can Change Lives

Best thing about Joe’s Falafel is the freshly baked pita, called laffa, made right before your eyes. It’s “SO GOOD,” says louiselovitz, who also likes the piping-hot, “crispy and fluffy” falafel. When you combine the falafel and the fresh laffa bread in a sandwich, you get absolute perfection, GK in SO says, calling the combination [...]

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Lucky Rice comes to L.A.: A different kind of night market

Lukshon’s soft shell crab with sambal kacang If you were disappointed by not getting anything to eat at Pasadena’s packed 626 Night Market, or live on the Westside, you might prefer Lucky Rice’s first L.A. Night Market, a nighttime tasting event Aug. 4 at H.D. Buttercup at the Helms complex, hosted by Lukshon/Father’s Office chef/owner [...]

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Freddy Smalls Sports New Summer Cocktails

Freddy Smalls Everyone who’s ever laid down their thoughts on West L.A.’s Freddy Smalls agrees that it’s a damn fine place to get a proper buzz on. The moody space is perfect for a dram, the nineties hip-hop just our speed, and David Fleisher’s drinks are engaging but never fussy. Toasting to summer, Fleischer has [...]

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Free Slurpees Tomorrow: 7-Eleven’s National Holiday

Tomorrow is 7/11. That’s right, you know the drill. It’s Free Slurpee Day at 7-Eleven locations. Hallmark might not sell Slurpee Day greeting cards (yet), nor is the holiday pre-labeled on you… Continue reading “Free Slurpees Tomorrow: 7-Eleven’s National Holiday” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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The Edison Embraces Sushi on New "Far East" Menu

The Edison It was easy to trace the city’s recent craze for all things speakeasy to the success of The Edison. It’s a little harder to explain what influences the same Downtown bar’s new turn to Asian cuisine, however, as it unrolls a new “Far East” menu that includes sushi, prosciutto-wrapped scallops in yuzu brown [...]

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Kitchen gadget: Barbecue mop

If you love outdoor cooking, there's nothing like taming a tough cut of meat through the mastery of a low and slow fire, or deftly handling a lean cut quickly over a hot grill. But often it's that signature touch — a thoughtfully honed sauce — that separates barbecue masters from weekend warriors. And while [...]

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5 Picks for DineLA’s Summer Restaurant Week

Next week kicks off DineLA’s first ever summer-session Restaurant Week, which consists of discounted prix-fixe lunches and dinners at some of the city’s most popular restaurants, available from… Continue reading “5 Picks for DineLA’s Summer Restaurant Week ” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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