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More bad news for Paula Deen

This has not been a good winter for Paula Deen. First there was the kerfuffle over her diabetes revelation (she had been diagnosed with it but kept quiet while still shoveling out recipes for the likes of deep-fried butter … until there was a sponsorship deal in place for an anti-diabetes drug). Now comes the [...]


MotherBees.com: Food delivery for new moms

Something clicked with Heng Ou a couple of years ago. Ou had invited a friend with a newborn baby over for a big pot of chicken soup. "It just felt so good to make knowing that I was making it not just for the mom but also for the baby, and [my friend] would go [...]


Tar Pit closes down, vows to return in new location

Tar Pit, Mark Peel and Jay Perrin's ode to the classic American supper club, is no more. Friday evening an invitation went out on Facebook to attend "Tar Pit's Final Act": "It is with great sadness that I spread this message but Tar Pit will be closing its doors for good following service tomorrow night. [...]


Test Kitchen video tip: Making meringue

Essentially a combination of egg whites and sugar whipped to frothy peaks, meringue is a simple but key player in a variety of baking and pastry recipes. Use it as a topping, gracing lemon or key lime pies, or maybe spread it over a cake as a classic seven-minute frosting. It can be used as [...]


Susan Feniger’s Street gets vegan-friendly

Susan Feniger's Street launched a new menu today, with vegan and vegetarian dishes added to its globally inspired street food. More than 20 dishes on the new menu, executed by chef and co-owner Kajsa Alger, can be prepared sans meat. The dinner menu is divided into seven categories, including Asian pub food, pizza, meatballs and [...]


Almost a half-century of Food — almost

When a reader commenting on the closure of The Times' stand-alone Food section asked when the section had first appeared, I went to our historical database. And there I found the answer — the Food for the Family section (as it was then called) was born April 5, 1962, just one month shy of 50 [...]


4 Events: Ray’s and Stark, Chaya, Golden Road Brewing, Papilles

Birthday party: On March 5, Ray's and Stark Bar at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is celebrating its first year with a party. Executive chef Kris Morningstar has devised a menu featuring the best dishes of the year, such as chile with chorizo, dates, local goat cheese and almond sauce; squid ink pasta [...]


3 Events: L.A. Beerathon; Westside Connections; wines at LACMA

Beer, beer, beer: $55 will get you into the first L.A. Beerathon happening throughout downtown Los Angeles on March 31. The route featuring 26 bars, which means 26 beers, won't be released until the week of the event and the names of the venues will be released one at a time starting 26 days beforehand. [...]


A Pop-ups in Venice: Wolf in Sheep’s Clothinglma and Kali Dining

Lately, pop-up dining central might be the neighborhood of Venice. Maybe it's the by-the-beach location or its bobo residents. Whatever the reason, here are a few to check out: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing took over the old Capri space on Abbot Kinney Boulevard late last year. The pop-up kitchen is managed by chefs Brian Dunsmoor [...]


Test Kitchen video tip: Quick blender mayonnaise

There's nothing quite like the flavor of fresh, homemade mayonnaise. And there's nothing like being able to whip up a batch in less than a minute. It’s easy. The trick? Doing it with a blender. Check out the video above for a quick demonstration, or follow the step-by-step after the jump. Try it once, and [...]


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