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Times Staff WriterTropical thunderstorms in the middle of the night, warm ocean waters — Southern California weather has been positively Hawaiian lately. So don't be surprised if you find yourself with a sudden nostalgia for plate-lunch delicacies of vacations gone...
Tags: Family, Onions, Hawaii, Papayas, Lifestyle and Leisure
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA Rancho Santa Margarita woman has been convicted of repeatedly molesting a 4-year-old girl with her husband in a case that unfolded after authorities discovered a trunk full of homemade child porn movies in the couple's home. The conviction Monday of...
Tags: Justice System, Trials, Texas, Prisons, Marketing
THE "Worth It? Not Worth It?"(Oct. 8) article by Russ Parsons and Amy Scattergood about the kitchen equipment they consider a good value prompted more than 100 responses at latimes.com/food and in e-mail. Many readers took issue about whether toasters and...
LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT After reading Annie Gilbar’s editor’s letter, I want to thank you for your “positive emotional contagion” (a quote from Daniel Goleman’s Social Intelligence). You are right about the universal fear cloud and the fact that we...
I opened a bottle of Atalayas de Golban the other night to have with a rack of lamb. The combination of Tinto Fino (the local Tempranillo) and lamb is classic and sublime. And this Ribera del Duero from Madrid wine merchant Miguel Sanchez and winemaker...
Loire Valley producer Philippe Delesvaux is known for his Chenin Blancs, but this Cabernet Sauvignon is one gorgeous wine. You'd expect Cabernet Franc for a rouge from this region. Instead his "La Montée de l'Epine" is pure Cabernet Sauvignon, supple...
IS your Valentine's date worth $225, or $135? Extra black truffles and osetra caviar? Having dinner the night of Valentine's Day, or the night after, or the night after that? All questions to consider when faced with making a Valentine's dinner...
Tags: Caviar, Pizzas, Lifestyle and Leisure, Maine, Black Truffles
WHEN Times editors assigned me to the religion beat, I believed God had answered my prayers. As a serious Christian, I had cringed at some of the coverage in the mainstream media. Faith frequently was treated like a circus, even a freak show. I wanted...
Richard J. O'Neill, a prominent landowner and Democratic Party activist who helped transform the landscape of Orange County by developing his family's vast Rancho Mission Viejo, died Saturday. He was 85. O'Neill, who served as California Democratic Party...
Every year about this time I break out my well-worn copy of Paula Wolfert's magnificent "The Cooking of Southwest France," and start thinking duck -- braised duck legs, confit, cassoulet, bowls of garbure -- a thick soup of salt pork, cabbage and beans...
Tags: France, Santa Ana, Recipes, Newport Beach
Before you get into exotics such as Grüner Veltliner or Vinho Verde, your wine cellar (or closet or shelf) needs some basics. In terms of whites, you can't go wrong with this South African Sauvignon Blanc, especially since it's less than $20. With the...
Hey, it's rained a few drops, ushering in the season for reds, ready or not. For fans of lush red wines, the 2005 Catena Alta Malbec, from a wine family that's been in the business for four generations, has everything going for it. Rich and ripe, with...
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