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L.A. at HomeIvette Soler: Author Ivette Soler, who wrote "The Edible Front Yard: The Mow-Less, Grow-More Plan for a Beautiful, Bountiful Garden," discusses stylish ways to blend edible plants with ornamental ones....
L.A. at HomeCommunity gardens: Writer Jeff Spurrier and photographer Ann Summa spent a year in Southern California's community gardens for The Times, documenting the people and the plantings, the problems and the solutions. The goal: Document who we are and how we...
Daily DishPinot Bistro, located in Studio City, has recently taken their practice of a no-corkage fee policy to the next level by allowing diners to bring in their own bottle of vino for a customized wine-paired three-, four- or five-course dinner.......
Daily DishThe final installment of our travel tips from the north country. I’ve been lucky to meet a lot of memorable characters in my writing career, and a few of them have actually become friends. So it is with Pauline Zamboni.......
Chef Gavan Murphy also known as the Healthy Irishman joined us live with some healthy recipes that you can cook up on the grill. Gavan is among the most popular and respected chefs in LA. He has cooked privately for James Cameron and Cindy Crawford just...
Tags: Salt, Recipes, Lemons, Arugula, Cindy Crawford
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelIn “Solace,” a “former doctor who has psychic abilities” helps the FBI hunt for a serial killer. And since neither the serial killer nor the doctor has any use for fava beans and Chianti, why not get Anthony Hopkins to portray...
Now that Conrad’s is closed, folks are wondering. Where to eat? Where will we eat at midnight? Where will the Presbyterians eat after church? Where will Paco go for lunch? (Paco’s Barbershop is awesome. Confidential to Vons: We can...
There's no law that says a Greek restaurant must take up residence on the six-block stretch of Halsted Street known as Greektown, but one could be forgiven for thinking so.So, when a brash newcomer like Taxim sets up shop on the Wicker Park/Bucktown...
Background: Ask any high rolling visitor to Miami Beach for a list of the city's iconic restaurants and The Forge will inevitably join Joe's Stone Crab. Owned by the Malnik family since 1969, it was an over-the-top, antique-filled steakhouse that...
First impression: Restaurant critic to BLT restaurant group: When you open a restaurant in the lobby of a nearly 70-year-old hotel in subtropical South Beach, be sure you check the air conditioning. There's nothing worse than sweating while eating a $45...
First impression: Dining at L'Escalier is like experiencing a meal in a fine European hotel or on a steamship in the 1930s. Attention is paid to all the details — from the elegant atmosphere, to a well-trained staff, to some of the most...
Tags: Wines, Mushrooms, Honey, Pies and Tarts
Every time I'm in London, I somehow manage to find an excuse to eat at St. John Bar & Restaurant. That's a wonderful rustic restaurant for die-hard carnivores in northwest London from Fergus Henderson, author of the quirky but important cookbook "Nose...
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