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Amanda Rettke of Shafer, Minn., was one of the 10 winners of our first Los Angeles Times Holiday Cookie Bake-Off with these sugar cookies: "This recipe was groundbreaking for me in that it changed how I perceived myself in the kitchen. I am not a...
Tags: Baking Powder, Holidays, Egg Yolks, Recipes, Noelle Carter
Fruity, nutty, festive. This delicious, yet simple, apple fruitcake makes a wonderful lunch or dinner dessert. I often serve the firm cake as a sweet addition to a savory brunch. Choose the apples depending upon your taste buds. Granny Smiths offer a...
Eat Chow is a funky little place with no décor to speak of, but some pretty tasty food. This is their second location. The first is their popular Costa Mesa spot, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. This one is tucked away on a small street just off...
Tags: Salads, Cheese, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Lifestyle and Leisure
Frank Costanza was right after all. "Seinfeld" fans will recall the 1996 episode when the crusty Costanza, played by Jerry Stiller, pointed to the bird on his plate and asked, "What is this thing anyway?" Told it's a "Cornish game hen" by his son's snooty...
Dinner came in luscious waves. First, a delicate spoonful of ice-wine-infused, smoked salmon, then a scallop ravioli covered gently with champagne cream sauce, then strips of roast pork marinated in Tahitian vanilla, garlic and sage. And finally, the most...
Tags: Festive Events, Salt, Wines, Arts and Culture, Grapes
If you're looking to add a lot of flavor to your salad without the calories and fat you find in most dressings, consider adding fresh herbs to the mix. This salad combines fresh mint, parsley, cilantro and basil leaves, along with salad greens, radishes...
Nothing takes the chill out of January like a house filled with the aroma of slow-cooking goodness. In our house, that aroma frequently includes a touch of curry spice. On braised meat, on roasting veggies and simmered in a pot of stew or soup. In some...
Tags: Soups, Cilantro, Williams-Sonoma Inc., Summer Squash, Recipes
The pastry chef: Josh Gripper, 31 The restaurant: The Dutch, 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-938-3111, TheDutchMiami.com Holiday memory: "When I think of food at Christmas, I want my grandmother's sweet potato pie. As a kid, my mother would always...
With Peter Jackson's film "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" coming to screens this week, the novels of J.R.R. Tolkien are at the top of the mind. And the top of the menu, if you happen to be sitting at America's chain diner, Denny's. Denny's...
While plenty of folks will tip back a few adult beverages to celebrate New Year's Eve, it's always a good idea to offer nonalcoholic drinks at your end-of-the-year bash. Pop is always a popular alternative. And water, naturally. And juice. Some...
My theory works: Surround myself with friends, good food and wine on New Year's Eve, and the future's so bright I gotta wear shades. Some years my friends and I revel in an array of appetizers; others we cook up steaming bowls of stew or platters of...
Tags: Blue Cheese, Cilantro, Pecans, Mustard, Wines
Candied citrus peel, glacé cranberries and spirit-soaked fruits are easy to make and are thoughtful gifts for the home baker. They require some planning as well as, for the peel, overnight drying time. For mixed peels, select two or more varieties of...
Tags: Los Angeles Times, Google+, Holidays, Oranges, Grapefruit
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