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Daily DishBreakfast tacos: Tacos are the quintessential L.A. food: simple, satisfying and available on practically every street corner. Fig Restaurant is now cashing in on the taco's cachet by adding a taco bar to its Kegs & Eggs Sunday brunch. Tacos......
Daily DishThis year, for the first time, you don't have to be a scientist or an Australian to taste citrus caviar from legendary finger limes: A small harvest from commercial plantings in California has started to show up at local markets......
KTLA NewsSpas throughout the United States will offer top treatments for just $50 as part of the first annual SpaFinder Deal Days from March 8th through 14th. Presented by SpaFinder, the week-long event will give Americans in every corner of the country a...
Tribune restaurant criticIt's possible to be a Gold Coast jewel without glittering ostentatiously. Case in point: Pane Caldo, a 15-year-old neighborhood veteran whose low-key demeanor belies its very accomplished kitchen. This subdued 70-seater sits on a quiet stretch of...
Tribune staff reporterEven in tough economic times, there is a place for the four-star restaurant.Good times or bad, there always will be moments when splurging is justifiable, even imperative. The big promotion. The Big Question. The milestone birthday. Good news from your...
Times Staff WriterWHEN chef Christopher Blobaum was opening Wilshire restaurant in Santa Monica, he wanted to do the right thing, both culinarily and environmentally. He buys much of the restaurant's produce at local farmers markets and sources meat and fish carefully....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCarpaccio of "surf, turf and earth" is laid out on a square platter -- a fabulous mosaic of raw beef, tuna, salmon, scallop and roasted pepper, each round decorated with a wisp of frisee or a pretty pink grapefruit segment, the whole pulled together...
Tags: Mussels, Pies and Tarts, Onions, Appetizers, Souffle
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's 102 degrees in the shade on a late July afternoon, but the staff at the Parker Palm Springs is just beginning to feel the real heat -- the kind that comes with exposure. In a few hours, the first of six episodes of "Welcome to the Parker," a...
Special to The Los Angeles TimesSan Francisco I'm in love. You can love a person. You can love a city. And when you can introduce the city you love to the person you love, what could be better? I once lived in San Francisco, a city that made my youthful heart flutter so...
Who better to ask how to throw an Oscar party than Wolfgang Puck, probably the world’s most famous chef and the ultimate authority on Oscar entertaining. You’ll find Wolf right smack in the middle of the intersection of food, fame and awards shows. And...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Film Festivals, Cilantro, Butter, Peppers
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTHOUGH the wall beside the parking garage elevator still wears a caricature of the gov in his muscle-bound movie star days, Schatzi, his Main Street Santa Monica restaurant, is no more. Yep, terminated. In its place is a new restaurant and lounge called...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA HUGE, purple-black sea urchin with glossy, lethal-looking spines lands on the table, looking like some improbable fur hat set on its side. It must be 6 inches around. The waiter passes out spoons and sets down a plate of crisp handmade crackers....
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