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Asked why her latest cookbook focuses on salads, veteran author and food writer Patricia Wells says the theme simply reflects the way she's been eating at home in France for a long time. "It seemed a natural extension," she explains, noting that "Salad...
Chopped salad could well be described as a buttoned-down version of a tossed salad. For while the latter can be something of a leafy anarchy both in the tossing bowl and on the plate, the disciplined uniformity of size among the various ingredients in a...
The Camp in Costa Mesa is an innovative and fun destination with assorted sports-related shops and seven different restaurants ranging from 118 Degrees, serving raw vegan food, to Valhalla Table, featuring sausages and beer. Ecco has joined the...
Tags: Cheese, Italy, Restaurants, Ice Cream, Lifestyle and Leisure
As outdoor herb gardens perk up with spring, resist the temptation to rush out to harvest the new leaves. Let your garden grow. Instead, take a moment to revisit cooking with dried herbs. Contrary to conventional wisdom, fresh isn't always better. As...
Who better to ask how to throw an Oscar party than Wolfgang Puck, probably the world’s most famous chef and the ultimate authority on Oscar entertaining. You’ll find Wolf right smack in the middle of the intersection of food, fame and awards shows. And...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPizzeria Mozza isn't just a restaurant. It's an action film, a master class in the art of making pizza, a trip through Italy's wine regions and a magnet for a diverse crowd of hungry diners only Los Angeles could muster. It's the toughest reservation in...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersCHOPPED salad is the quintessential Los Angeles salad. After all, it's akin to the Cobb salad, which rose to stardom during the heyday of Hollywood's Brown Derby. And who hasn't been tempted to order one in any of a dozen Italian restaurants that have...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMay 21, 2008 Ginger Strand has a great subject in Niagara Falls and some provocative and convincing ideas about her topic's significance. Unfortunately, her synthesis of the two -- "Inventing Niagara: Beauty, Power and Lies" -- incorporates just about...
Times Restaurant CriticFlash! Click! Flash, flash, flash! Digital cameras erupt all over the dining room like popcorn popping. In the next booth, a quartet of young Latinas with a mom in tow crowd closer together, the better to fit in the frame. Smile, says the obliging...
Tags: Soups, Kentucky, Entertainment, New York, Restaurants
Sun Restaurant CriticSome locations are doomed, as restaurant after restaurant tries and fails to make a go of it there. The space at Green Spring Station, I'm happy to say, turns out not to be one of those after all. Of course, it's early days yet, but the new Tark's...
Tags: Pork Chops, Steaks, Key Lime Pie, New York, Restaurants
Special to The TimesA-1 Produce and Veggie Lovers Deli. Specialties: saag paneer, masala dosa, potato bonda, pakoras, kulfi ice creams. Entrées, $5 to $6. 9043 Reseda Blvd., Northridge; (818) 998-6900. See Page 18 for review. Ago is more scene than substance, a slick...
Times Staff WriterDrink a martini, Scotch on the rocks or even a beer, and nobody looks askance. And if you want wine, this is the place to uncork one of those big, bold California Cabs. What was that one Robert Parker gave such a high score? Screaming Eagle. Yes, I do...
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