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The chapel at Glendale Adventist Medical Center was packed with people Wednesday morning for the annual Blessing of the Grapes ceremony. For nearly 20 years, the hospital has hosted the event to honor the harvest alongside St. Mary's Armenian Apostolic...
Lauraday Kelley Talks about How Healthy Foods Could Hurt your Weight Loss Efforts Mindless snacking is a habit and behavior that can wreak havoc when trying to lose weight. Even healthy snacks, like nuts, hummus and low calorie ice cream treats, have...
Los Angeles TimesDear SOS: There are plenty of good reasons why President andMrs. Obama chose to return to Sweet Life Café in Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard this summer. In my opinion, the best reason would be to delight in a bowl of white gazpacho with steamed clams,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt’s impossible to describe just how beautiful our 10-day vacation trip to Italy actually was or how much fun my wife and I had as part of a 43-person Globus tour that included stays in Rome, Venice and Florence as well as other smaller towns. I...
Tags: Potatoes, The Pope, Music Industry, Museums, Dining and Drinking
Red white and blue can light up the picnic table as well as the sky this Fourth of July. Our test kitchen menu includes glazed chicken breasts scented with herbs and honey, boiled corn with your own herbed butter, sweet and juicy watermelon wedges,...
Tags: Chicken Breast, Recipes, Wines, Whipping Cream, Strawberries
Mount Vernon's Sascha's 527 is an elegant but approachable space for enjoying a fine meal and a cocktail, its deep red walls adorned with colorful paintings and a chandelier complementing each other to provide a fun, classy vibe. Which is probably why...
Tags: Lemons, Mount Vernon
Wine descriptions are like monsters under the bed: they're there and they're not. Whenever I detail a wine to people at a tasting (or, indeed, in tasting notes that often accompany these columns) and say, for example, that the wine "smells and tastes...
Local grape growers could see an earlier harvest this year due to the heat, which is good news for those in the wine business. Dick Naylor, owner of Naylor Wine Cellars, says an early spring and hot summer is making for some sweet grapes. "In...
Tags: Wines, Weather Reports, Weather
Special to the Los Angeles TimesHarry Nicholas, who celebrates his 90th birthday Saturday, drives round-trip twice a week from southeast of Fresno to Los Angeles area farmers markets, where he is likely the oldest farmer to participate actively. As if that weren't enough, he's got the...
We've all sipped some chenin blanc in our day, fine chenin blanc such as dry Vouvray, if we were smart, or all that California "chablis" that we swilled during college, if we weren't. No other white wine grape exists that, simultaneously grown in...
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