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Taste of the Eastside Returns for Round Two

Krista SimmonsSilver Lake Wine will pour at the event at Barnsdall Art Park and the Hollyhock HouseSummertime has different meanings for everyone: Some think of it as a vacation from school, others as


From the L.A. Times recipe archive: Maple bacon biscuits

Recently, I received a very important recipe request from Brenda in Malibu: "The bacon scones at the Huckleberry Cafe in Santa Monica are out of this world. Can you get them to part with the recipe for me?" Huckleberry's own Zoe Nathan shared her recipe with us just a few years ago when she was [...]


This week’s Culinary SOS: Hudson’s steamed clams

This week's Culinary SOS comes from Robert E. Tumelty in Seal Beach:  Dear SOS: Over the Christmas holiday season, we quartered at the beautiful Heathman Lodge, Vancouver, Wash., to be near relatives in both Oregon and Washington, and enjoyed its renowned Hudson's Bar and Grill. Among other marvelous presentations was its steamed Manila clams. Do [...]


Cookbook Ghostwriters; Classic Menus; Linguistics of Food

Does it matter who authors a cookbook if the recipes work? Discover the secret life of a cookbook ghostwriter. Plus, soda versus pop, a linguist explains.


Beer Me

Tappin’ the taps Tony’s Darts Away, Tony Yanow’s first beer in Burbank, celebrates its second anniversary this Saturday, April 21, with an all-day beerfest. $30 gets you five “generous” pours of anything on tap, including some rare specialties like Cuvee de Tomme and Supplication, and a commemorative glass. There will be vegan and non-vegan food [...]


Test Kitchen tip: Homemade pop tarts

Ever consider making homemade pop tarts? They take a little bit of time, but they're a perfect weekend project if you're thinking about trying a little something adventurous on a lazy morning. One warning, though: Try these once, and you might never go back to storebought. Amy Scattergood wrote a great article last year on [...]


Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 4/916 – 4/20

Flickr/Lauren ManningIn which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad. “This meal need not stray too far from your preferences. Not when there are such wide-ranging options like


Wolfgang Puck Eats at ink.; Dr. Dre Visits Katana

Puck When Wolfgang Puck shared his diet with us a few weeks back, we became just a little concerned that he wasn’t checking out L.A.’s restaurant scene enough, understandably preferring to eat amongst his own empire. This week the great chef broke the mold, giving us a sigh of relief as he paid a visit [...]


Test Kitchen video tips: Defining the grain in meats

Often, you'll see a recipe say something like, "Slice thinly against the grain." So, what does this mean? And why should you do it? The "grain" refers to the flow of the muscle fibers in a cut of meat. Like wood, the fibers tend to go in a single direction. Slicing a cut of meat [...]


What’s in Season at the Farmers Market: Soledad Goats’ Eggs

Felicia FriesemaEggs from Soledad Goats at the Hollywood marketThinking of eggs as a seasonal crop might be a paradigm line some seasonal eaters aren’t ready to cross. But consider for a moment the c


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