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They came from all over the West Coast, six challengers armed to the teeth with knives and steel wills. They would need both to come out on top. They are the most prestigious culinary students from some of the country’s most prestigious schools,...
East meets West meets Continental at Wrap Express, the latest addition to the cluster of quick eateries across from Glendale City College. The name implies fast food, but the culinary output is actually more sophisticated. The prices, while not rock...
The Chop Stop, Burbank's newest "fast-food" restaurant, advertises a salad "loaded with fresh, wholesome foods that are nutritious, delicious and fast." From my experience eating lunch at the Chop Stop with my wife on the day of its grand-opening...
Tags: Restaurants, Blue Cheese, Bacon, Lifestyle and Leisure, Salami
If you check out the new Moore's Delicatessen, at Third and Orange Grove in Burbank, in the space formerly occupied by Ben's Deli, don't plan to hang out long. You order at the counter, and they deliver your meal to your table. The day I was there, a...
Q: I have three planting beds where I want all vegetation removed along with old mulch and landscape fabric. I want to replace with new mulch. Should the fabric also be replaced? How can I prevent the weeds from returning? I want the beds as mulched areas...
Tags: Allentown, Lettuce, Chemical Industry, Fertilizer, Inventories
Eggs, cheese, bacon and black pepper. Those are the components that go into pasta carbonara, a classic Italian dish that's a real crowd pleaser. But what's pleasing to the public isn't always fulfilling for creatively inclined chefs. And so they come up...
Tags: Restaurants, Shrimp, Bacon, Washington, DC, Black Pepper
Rusty Hughes, executive chef at Julienne Tomatoes restaurant in Petoskey, prefers using morel mushrooms in simple recipes. “Don’t be too complicated,” Hughes said. “You want the taste of the morels to stand out.” When the...
Some tastes take us on a trip down memory lane. Check out these recipes for your favorite old school comfort foods. This week we are back to basics with a few oldies but goodies. Who doesn't like sweet and sour meatballs, whether served mini with...
Honestly, could it get any better than salad sometimes? Big, beautiful, colorful -- and so often simple -- salads are a perfect choice when you're planning dinner in a pinch. Tailor the components just so to please picky dinner guests, or fix one as a...
Tags: Lettuce, Belgian Endive, Cilantro, Shrimp, Salads
The proliferating sizzle of grilled doner kebabs and scent of baked borek are heady signs of the growing number of Turkish restaurants in Southern California. In Orange County, Doner G in Anaheim is expanding into Irvine. Another branch of Canoga Park's...
May is Florida Beef Month and you can visit floridacattlemen.org to learn more. Here are some easy to prepare beef recipes for your spring menus: Easy Steak Diane Yield: 4 servings 1 pound beef shoulder petite tender medallions, cut 3/4 inch thick...
Ada Boni's cookbook "Il Talismano della Felicita" is considered to be the Italian "Joy of Cooking." It's easy to see why: Published in 1928, the book (which translates as "the talisman of happiness" in English) quickly became a must-have for generations...
Tags: Spaghetti, Bacon, The New York Times, Rome (Italy), England
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