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Daily DishIf you've been to Father's Office recently and noticed small cardboard boxes showing up at nearby tables and have wondered what's in them, they're cupcakes. Yes, F.O. owner Sang Yoon makes cupcakes. Or his pastry chef John Park does. Until......
Daily Dish3 Food Events: The French Laundry pops up at Harrods in London; World Gyoza Eating Championship at Nisei Week; the Food Porn Lab, a food photography workshop at Visual Communications....
Daily DishJust discovered: thrilling chocolate bars from San Diego County's Chuao Chocolatier. How do you pronounce it, though? Chew-wow. If the dark stuff laced with hazelnuts and liqueurs doesn’t tempt you anymore, try one of the gutsy flavors from two...
Daily DishWhether part of the food truck scene or as a creamery's menu staple, ice cream sandwiches are a frozen treat geniusly invented to get the best of both worlds -- cookies and ice cream -- in the realm of sweets.......
Tribune criticOne is tempted to view 10-week-old Nightwood in terms of 10-year-old Lula, the now-legendary Logan Square restaurant to which Nightwood is the long-awaited sequel. But that might be a disservice to both restaurants. Lula was a process; Nightwood was a...
First impression: The inviting Cook'in Paris is the kind of restaurant you think you might fall for, but delve a little further and the disappointments start to add up. Ambience: Stylishly understated with matching tablecloths and napkins, woven...
Tags: Restaurants, Onions, Shrimp, Butter, Lifestyle and Leisure
Restaurant CriticFrom the avalanche of attention Thomas Keller has been getting for Bouchon, you'd almost think the arrival of the new Beverly Hills restaurant was the second coming. Actually, it is, in a way. For those without a long memory, Keller was executive chef...
Tags: Restaurants, Twiggy, Butter, Wines, Foods and Beverages
This is the time of year when the Girl Scouts offer up Thin Mints, Do-si-dos, Lemon Chalet Cremes and Samoas – ah, Samoas, with their mad scientist blend of rich chocolate, delicate shortbread, gooey caramel and chewy coconut! Is there anyone,...
It’s Girl Scouts cookie time For those who have been looking forward to Thin Mints, Tagalongs, Samoas, Do-Si-Dos, Lemon Chalet Cremes, Trefoils, Dulce de Leches, and this year’s new cookie – Thank U Berry Munch, then the wait is...
Popular for decades as an after-dinner drink, Irish coffee is a mix of strong, hot coffee, Irish whiskey and sugar, topped with a layer of thick cream and best served in a glass mug. But we've found a few cooks who have taken the appealing flavors of...
Tags: Recipes, Salt, St. Patrick's Day, Butter, Whipping Cream
Weekend mornings, I'm usually happy to stay at home reading, listening to music and generally lolling around. No rushing, all the time in the world for simple pleasures. Toast with homemade jam. Freshly brewed coffee. Or there's breakfast with a friend at...
Tags: Restaurants, Bagels, Salmon, Russia, Los Angeles Times
Dessert DivaSPICY CINNAMON SHORTBREAD COOKIES 2 cups flour 1/4 cup cornstarch 1 1/2 tsp. cinnamon 1/2 tsp. chili powder 1/8 tsp. salt 1 cup unsalted butter (room temp.) 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 tsp. vanilla preheat oven to 350 line two 8- inch round cake pans with...
Tags: Salt, Cinnamon, Fencing, Lifestyle and Leisure, Butter
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