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Whichever pronunciation you prefer, I have had a love/hate relationship with this fruit/vegetable since I was a little bitty boy. For example, I love every type of tomato sauce, and I pretty much mean EVERY TYPE from Bolognese sauce, a minced- or ground-...
Los Angeles Times Food EditorIn a world overstuffed with weighty, glossy celebrity chef cookbooks, it would be easy to overlook Alain Passard's newly translated "The Art of Cooking With Vegetables." But it would be a mistake. Granted, it's a slim book — 100 pages even. There...
Tags: Beets, Michelin Group, Sage
Daily DishFor dinner tonight, how about heading outdoors to do a little grilling? It may sound a little unusual, but romaine lettuce can be great on the grill, the fire and slight char on the leaves lending rich depth of flavor.......
Daily DishPotato and shrimp salad: Serve this potato salad as a light dinner or as a generous side -- steamed fingerling potatoes are tossed with shrimp and cherry tomatoes in a bright green goddess dressing....
Daily DishI’ve always loved pissaladière, the Provençal onion tart topped with slow-cooked onions, anchovies and olives, so I decided to make one to go with drinks for a dinner party last weekend....
Daily DishRicardo Zarate says he's looking forward to grilling paiche, an Amazonian river fish that can weigh up to 500 pounds, in his new kitchen at downtown Mo-Chica, set to open May 30. The original Mo-Chica located in the Mercado de......
Daily DishRich and creamy Caesar dressing, crunchy lettuce, fried capers, crisp croutons, shredded parmesan and a little lemon vinaigrette. That's how Michael Mina does Caesar at American Fish at Aria in Las Vegas....
Daily DishFood FYI: L.A. adopts ban on plastic bags...
San Sebastián, the heart of Spain's Basque Country, is well known for its superb cuisine. The elegant seaside resort of 185,000 lays claim to more Michelin stars per capita than any other city in Europe. Restaurants such as Arzak and Mugaritz, acclaimed...
Tags: Spain, Restaurants, Rentals, France, Michelin Group
Every time I figure that Logan Square is done with its boom of independent, unpretentious, quirkily personable restaurants, boom, another one pops up. If I were any other dining neighborhood in the city, I'd be developing a severe case of Logan Envy right...
Tags: Bars and Clubs, Rhubarb, Restaurants, CLTV, Wines
Vera is a Spanish restaurant that feels like a local pub. That's not a complaint. Though the menu bulges with Iberico hams, Manchego cheese and Spanish chorizo, the sense of place emanating from the unpretentious restaurant is sweet home, Chicago....
Next, the shape-shifting restaurant by Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas (the principals at world-famous Alinea), dazzled diners with its inaugural "Paris 1906" menu. For an encore, the kitchen went about as far afield as possible. To Bangkok, in fact. "We...
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