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Chocolate apricot balls Total time: 45 minutes, plus steeping and chilling times -------------------- Our recipes, your kitchen: If you try any of the L.A. Times Test Kitchen recipes from this week's Food section, please share it with us: Click here...
Grilled Scallops and Asparagus 1-pound sea scallops 1-teaspoon ground black pepper 1-teaspoon granulated garlic Soy sauce to taste 12 to 16 ounces asparagus, trimmed and cut into pieces 1-teaspoon butter Heat grill and fish/vegetable screen until very...
Tags: Weather, Chicken Breast, Salads, Cinnamon, Lifestyle and Leisure
You've wrestled a halibut from the sea (or your grocer's seafood case) and now you're wondering how to dress it up. Guy Conley, one of Anchorage's most inventive chefs, offers this recipe -- with unexpected ingredients like cinnamon and dried cherries --...
Chicago TribuneMaking summer cobbler can be simple. When cooked on the stove it's called "slump." It's the lazy cook's version of cobbler because who has time to make cobbler? But with all the local fresh fruit around, summer is the best time for slump. It began with...
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WGN NewsSpiaggia 980 North Michigan Avenue Chicago www.spiaggiarestaurant.com For more information about the Green City Market: www.chicagogreencitymarket.org Read more about the restaurant: metromix.com Chef Tony Mantuano's Grilled Pizzas with Green City...
Next week will mark the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Malibu farmers market, an institution that has aroused considerable controversy. Zoning glitches in 2005 led to its closure, which was extended into a five-year hiatus by wrangling over...
Tags: Carrots, Salads, Strawberries, Cherries, Lifestyle and Leisure
It's about 10 days late, due to persistent mild weather, but peak season for stone fruit finally has arrived, with so many great choices that it's easy to go wild, especially at a large, vibrant market such as Torrance. Several growers from the San...
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At its former location on Weyburn Avenue, the Westwood Farmers’ Market was big and lively. Forced to close in 2006, it reopened three months later at the Veterans Garden, north of Constitution Avenue, west of Sepulveda Boulevard. While this venue is...
The Riverside farmers market, one of the best in its region, emphasizes genuine small and local growers. For instance, Angelo and Adelina Filandrianos, a charming couple from Hinkley, near Barstow, have plump, sweet and flavorful Bing cherries, now in...
The Pasadena Victory Park farmers market, founded 25 years ago, continues to be large, well-run and focused on produce. This week, Mike Taylor, a backyard grower from West Covina, will have luscious Adriatic and Mission figs from the breba crop (borne on...
These are among the trickiest fruits to grow and to harvest, and it's probably only because of their unmatched flavor that they've survived at all. They are finicky, requiring perfect weather. They tend to be small, meaning they appeal mostly to the hard-...
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