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Kitchen gadget: Asian stove-top steamers

Using the right Asian steamer for a recipe can both simplify the cooking and noticeably improve the quality of a particular dish. Steamers are inexpensive and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. For a passionate cook, they're indispensable. The steamer at the top of the photo at left is commonly called a Thai [...]


Live discussion: It’s lunchtime with Jonathan Gold!

Join us in a live discussion with Los Angeles Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold on Wednesday at noon. It's the weekly "Lunchtime With Mr. Gold" live chat that takes place here at Daily Dish. "Lunchtime With Mr. Gold" is your opportunity to ask Gold any of your burning culinary questions. Sometimes it gets boring and/or [...]


Test Kitchen video tips: Greek-style yogurt

Think insanely popular foods right now and Greek yogurt is sure to be at the top of the list. According to a recent article by Times staff writer Tiffany Hsu, "In each of the last three years, sales of Greek yogurt have boomed more than 100%, while non-Greek yogurt has crept along at single-digit speeds, [...]


5 Questions for Matt Antoun

Chef Matthew Antoun has never been to culinary school. Instead, he spent time cooking in 11 different restaurant kitchens, including Thomas Keller’s Per Se, and the West Branch French restaurant, both in New York City. In 2010, after leaving Per Se, Antoun returned to Los Angeles to start his own catering company, Modern Art Catering. [...]


This week’s Culinary SOS: Kuleto’s minestrone

This week's Culinary SOS request comes from Elizabeth Reers in La Jolla:  I was at Kuleto's in San Francisco recently, and we had the best minestrone soup. It was fabulous. I have called and emailed, and nothing. Can you please obtain the soup recipe? Thanks for your help. Rich, hearty and amazingly flavorful, this is [...]


Test Kitchen video tips: Homemade hazelnut and almond pastes

  A mixture of ground nuts (such as hazelnut and almonds), sugar and liquid (egg whites and perhaps a liqueur), nut pastes are frequently added to baked cakes, tarts and pastries for added richness and flavor. Although prepared almond and hazelnut pastes (and marzipan, a sweetened almond paste) can be found at many gourmet markets [...]


The Pantry: Capital Vintage Marmalade

This is the portion of the afternoon's entertainment where we 1. Demonstrate some edible that you probably haven't heard of and surely can't pronounce; 2. Inform you that your life is meaningless without it; and 3. Grudgingly let you know how you might acquire some. If said foodstuff is unavailable both in local stores and [...]


Test Kitchen tips: Flavoring wood chips for smoking

Next time you break out the Weber to do a little smoking, consider soaking your wood chips in something other than water to add a little complexity to the overall flavor. Soak the chips in a flavored liquid, such as wine or fruit juice — beer is a favorite of mine when I'm smoking on [...]


Only one day left to enter your best burger recipe

Burger battlers, you’ve only got one day left to enter your recipe. Entries close at 5 p.m. Wednesday. What’s at stake? Well, there’s all that glory, of course. And a tour of the Los Angeles Times Test Kitchen. And a featured spot in the June 30 Saturday section. And even a chance to present your [...]


Recipe Box: 30 beat-the-heat no-bake desserts

It's always fun to take advantage of summer by throwing an outdoor dinner party, but when it's hot outside and inside, the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven. Sweat beads build at just the thought of turning your oven dial, but serving a store-bought dessert makes you cringe, and leaving [...]


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