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Sur la Table the “hardware store for cooks” will open tomorrow at Towson Town Center. This is the first Sur la Table in Baltimore area, which means cooks here no longer have to trek to Annapolis, D.C. or Virginia to get their cookware or...
Within moments of stepping into Gevork Kazanchyan's Eagle Rock home, his mother Mary has placed a copper-colored jazzve of Armenian coffee on the stove. “How sweet would you like it?” she asks with a smile. A demitasse of the ultra-potent brew...
Tiffany and Raffi Sepetjian are serious foodies who love to travel, particularly to France where they have family. Even though Raffi has a large independent cigar business in California and Tiffany owned a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory franchise,...
Everybody wants to save the environment. Unfortunately nobody ever told us that saving the environment might involve personal sacrifice. For example, one of the thing currently killing the environment is our coffee makers. From Forbes: In a recent...
Los Angeles TimesRoxana Jullapat, the pastry chef at Cooks County restaurant in West Hollywood, drizzles a spoonful of amber honey over a piece of honey-fig-walnut cake with roasted figs and burnt-honey ice cream. The honey she uses for the dessert, according to her menu,...
LONDON — Go figure, Maggie Steffens was in the middle of everything as the orchestral music swooned through the Water Polo Center and she and her U.S. teammates locked arms, about to take an inches-high step a good 12 years in the making. She ducked...
Baltimore has its baseball all-stars and its beer all-stars, too, with names like Loose Cannon, Resurrection and Snake Dog. Come to think of it, those would make pretty good baseball nicknames. The city has always enjoyed its baseball and its beer,...
Change of SubjectIt may seem to you as though coffee is one of those good news/bad news products — that one month you’ll read a squib suggesting it causes some ghastly malady, and the next month you’ll read a gee-whiz article like......
Daily DishNext time you break out the Weber to do a little smoking, consider soaking your wood chips in something other than water to add a little complexity to the overall flavor....
When in Beijing, Danielle Paris steps out for Peking duck at the Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant. In Thailand, she loves mangosteen, a juicy, sweet-and-sour tropical fruit. In France, it's a classic baguette with butter. At McDonald's, she favors the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesOver the last decade, vintage shopping in Los Angeles has largely lost its sense of humor. What was once a discount-centered exercise in fashion excavation has slowly morphed into a sometimes expensive high-fashion endeavor — where a no-name...
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