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Labor Day weekend signals not only the end of summer, but the beginning of after school activities. Next week, my girls return to Scouts, choir and dance, filling our weekday evenings. How do you handle dinner when the nights are filled with the kids'...
Tags: Soups, Lifestyle and Leisure, Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Pizzas
Times Staff WriterFunny thing, someone had just asked me if I knew of any contemporary Greek restaurants here, something on the order of Molyvos or Periyali in New York. I'd had to say, "No, we don't have anything like that." It turns out I spoke too soon, because only...
Hosting the Academy Awards, as Jon Stewart is about to find out, is at once exhilarating, terrifying, rewarding and headache-inducing. It's one of the most high-profile jobs a comic can land. But it's also a thankless gig in front of a distracted,...
Staff WriterThere I was, on my first trip abroad, eager to take in all of Italy, yet within minutes of arriving I was overwhelmed. All because I tried to buy a bottle of water. I didn't know Italian, and I had just exchanged dollars into lire. Clutching my book of...
In this week's Recipe Exchange, look for an Easter pie recipe (using ricotta cheese) and no, we're not getting the holidays mixed up. Earlier this year, in June, Judy Ahart of Walnutport wanted a cottage cheese pie recipe. Susan Rutt of Allentown...
Sun StaffThe Orioles knew they had something special at Double-A Asheville in 1975, even if Eddie Murray wasn't showing it at the plate. He was 19 then, and the accolades were already piling up, so this hardly seemed like the time for drastic measures or new...
SPECIAL TO THE SUNCertain occasions demand comfort food: shaking off a stressful work day, mending a broken heart, or getting through the month of January. With this winter shaping up to be the coldest in years, ovens will be working overtime pumping out food to make us...
Times Staff WriterTo celebrate the 20th anniversary of Röckenwagner, owner Hans Röckenwagner has reconfigured his Santa Monica restaurant to include a section designated for stammtisch, the "regular's table" he's promoted at various times in the restaurant's history. This...
Tags: Soups, Lifestyle and Leisure, Restaurants, Salads, Society
Sun StaffTonight at sundown, Jewish military personnel serving in the Persian Gulf will gather on aircraft carriers, in mess halls, in canvas tents or simply around a Humvee for a celebration of a liberation. Pausing for the Passover seder, the warriors will mark...
Tags: Kuwait, Career and Workplace, Christianity, Passover, Matzoh
Times Staff WriterSurrounded by vineyards and farms, San Luis Obispo sits halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco on U.S. Highway 101. It's a college town with a lively bar scene and a Thursday night farmers market that's closer to a street fair -- it seems like...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSome vegetables are born to be stars; others are best suited to ensemble roles. There is no better example of this than winter's hardy cooking greens, a mainstay of farmers markets at this time of year. While you can cook mustards, chards, collards, kale...
Thanksgiving Recipes 11/27/03 6:30am Kickin' chicken soup with shredded cheese and tortilla chips Time-saving tips Take advantage of frozen products: Use frozen chopped onions and substitute the beans and corn for a Southwestern frozen-veggie mix...
Tags: Biscuits, Electrical Appliance, Baking Powder, Veal, Butter
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