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‘Daily Dish’

Breaking the code on Asian pears, with 7 recipes

You still won’t see them all that often at your corner grocery, but at farmers markets, Asian pears have become very popular. Choose the right farmer and you might find as many as nine or 10 different varieties.

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Belgian city approves underground pipeline just for beer

Bruges, Belgium, will soon have an underground beer pipeline. And it’s exactly what you think it is. Thousands of liters of beer will pump under the city, every hour. 

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Les Marchands pop-up, Ramen Yokocho, Feria de los Moles

As part of Santa Barbara culinary event Epicure SB, Hotel Milo and sommeliers Brian McClintic and Eric Railsback of Les Marchands Wine Bar & Merchant will be hosting a pop-up dinner series in the hotel’s courtyard on select Wednesday evenings in the month of October. Dinner by Les Marchands…

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Mark Peel to open seafood-focused stand in L.A.’s Grand Central Market

Mark Peel is coming to the Grand Central Market.

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Joan’s on Third is now open in Studio City

Joan’s on Third, the popular Los Angeles marketplace and cafe that Joan McNamara opened as a small catering kitchen on West 3rd Street 16 years ago, has debuted its second location.

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Scouting Report: Pork gyro and feta fries at Alexander’s Greek Kitchen in Vernon

Name of restaurant: Alexander’s Greek Kitchen

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What’s the world’s best-selling wine book?

Anyone in publishing will tell you that wine books just don’t sell. Reference books like “The Oxford Companion to Wine,” edited by Jancis Robinson, yes. Wine importer Kermit Lynch’s classic “Adventures on the Wine Route”  or Alice Feiring’s “Naked Wine,”…

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In praise of ancient fruit — our historic pears with 12 recipes

We make a lot of fuss over heirloom peach varieties that date back to the 1960s and tomatoes that go back as far as the 1930s. But did you know that the Bartlett pear, that standard California grocery store fruit, actually dates back to the 1770s?

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In praise of ancient fruit — our historic pears with 12 recipes

We make a lot of fuss over heirloom peach varieties that date back to the 1960s and tomatoes that go back as far as the 1930s. But did you know that the Bartlett pear, that standard California grocery store fruit, actually dates back to the 1770s?

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This fork can make your vegetables taste like chocolate

Getting some kids to eat their vegetables is often a challenge. And we’ll admit the same can be said for some adults. Maybe it would help if the next time you brought a forkful of broccoli to your lips, it tasted like chocolate.  

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