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Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticWhen I am trying to explain the concept of modernist cooking to a friend who has experienced neither encapsulated olives nor edible menus printed with organic ink, I sometimes bring up the burgers concocted by Nathan Myhrvold, a software pioneer who has...
I have a friend who swears she healed her son's serious brain injury with food. Antioxidants, omega-3s, pure proteins — she found them in blueberries, eggs and other nutrition-packed foods and helped pave his road to health. Even if you're not...
KTLA NewsSALINAS, Calif. (KTLA) -- A California food distributor is recalling cases of romaine lettuce sold at stores across the state and Nevada over concerns of Salmonella contamination. Pacific International Marketing, of Salinas, is voluntarily recalling 19...
Indiana is one of 10 states affected by a lettuce recall following listeria contamination. The recall involves 12 ounce bags of Dole American blend lettuce. The product has a use by date of Oct. 17. So far, no illnesses have been linked to the lettuce,...
Summer always goes too fast. Back-to-school advertisements fill me with mixed emotions: I like the routine, I dread the monotony. A quick calculation tells me we've made more than 4,500 school lunches. Monotonous? With a modicum of imagination, no. The...
Tags: Carrots, Cherries, Salt, Breads, Baking Soda
Elle's Vietnamese friend, Kimme, has advised us that when looking for a Vietnamese restaurant, choose one that has a particular specialty rather than one that serves a bit of everything. As we were searching the Internet for a Vietnamese restaurant...
Tags: Shrimp, Soups, Restaurants, Bones and Joints, Pasta
The Hartford CourantMM's Gyros & Spuds 24 Temple st., Hartford 860-796-5589 and http://www.mmgyrosspudsinhartford.com Like most cuisines, Middle Eastern food is great when it's done well and disappointing when botched. Luckily, this low-profile café, hidden away on a...
Tags: Breads, Recipes, Onions, Salads, Dining and Drinking
Special to the Los Angeles TimesSANTA YNEZ, Calif. — In recent months, there's been a new farm in town with the enigmatic name the Garden of ..... and an almost mystical reputation for superb quality. From lettuce to potatoes, everything that the owners, Shu and Debby Takikawa,...
1 1/2 cups olive oil 3 cloves of garlic, peeled and smashed 8 oz.stale crusty Italian or French white bread cut into 1''cubes 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice 1 1/2 tsp Worcestershire sauce 1/2 tsp hot sauce (such as Tabasco) 4 oil-packed anchovy filets,...
Tags: Kosher Salt, Caesar Salads, Salt, Breads, Garlic
Now is the time to enjoy the taste of home-grown, field-ripened, Pennsylvania tomatoes. There is nothing better than a thick slice of a juicy dark-red tomato on your home-grilled burger or a BLT sandwich. Ripe, local tomatoes also add the finishing...
Rudy's Bar & Grill 1227 Chapel St., New Haven, (203) 865-1242, rudysnewhaven.com View Rudy's Restaurant page on CT.com Places It's a little early for Thanksgiving, but I was counting blessings recently while eating and drinking at Rudy's in New...
Daily DishIt is a simple salad of fresh fava beans and cubed pecorino Romano cheese tossed with a little fruity olive oil, bright lemon juice and chopped parsley. Serve the salad over grilled romaine brushed with garlic olive oil and it makes a perfectly simple...
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