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WGN Feature ReporterPlenty ofChicago restaurants have their own gardens. Many are growing some of the very ingredients that end up on your plate. But I'm not sure anyone can claim a garden view like this one. Greg Elliott is the executive chef at Lockwood, the fine...
RED WINES Cabernet Sauvignon Ancient Peaks, $15+, Paso Robles, 2009, 90 pts. Beringer Founders’ Estate, Under $15, California, 2008, 92 pts. Blackstone, Under $30, Reserve, Sonoma County, 2007, 93 pts. BR Cohn Winery, Under $30,...
KTLA NewsSACRAMENTO (KTLA) -- Sixteen of the parks scheduled for closure under Governor Jerry Brown's latest budget may be allowed to stay open thanks to federal funding. State parks officials announced plans to close 70 parks earlier this month due to the budget...
Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that came across our desk recently: Avoya Travel has a seven-night cruise on Norwegian Cruise Lines, departing New Orleans on Sept. 11 with stops in Costa Maya, Mexico;...
Dear SOS: There is a wonderful little bakery in St. Helena, Calif., called the Model Bakery. They make a fabulous molasses ginger cookie. Although all their baked goods are terrific, it is that cookie recipe I covet. Here's hoping you can get it for...
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Even if you spit, hire a designated driver and plan your route with the efficiency of a mom navigating Costco, there are only so many wineries you can visit in a day. Which is a problem in California, home to nearly 3,000 wineries. Most of them make...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesAs families sit down at the table Thursday to give thanks for a bountiful feast, we can also give thanks for the bounty of California, where the harvest is diverse and year-round. And — more thanks — many of California's abundant crops and...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesFollowing the fourth cast's premiere in "Love, Loss, and What I Wore," theater-goers proceeded from Westwood's Geffen Playhouse to the Napa Valley Grille for food and the chance to continue sharing fashion memories with the play's newest actors:...
My Mother's Day wish list is easy: I'd like a break from my duties as the scheduling czarina, the dubious title my family has bestowed upon me. If you'd like to de-stress Mom (if that's even possible), here are some favorite places to flee. They're...
Special to Tribune NewspapersIn our country, if a little of something is good, then a lot of it must be better. And so it has become with many of our wines from (especially) California and Washington. In our country, if a little of something is good, then a lot of it must be better....
Grapefruit may be the most misunderstood of California's fruits. Excellent locally grown examples are available year-round at farmers markets, but it's also easy to fall for fruit — often similar-looking and grown just a few miles away —...
Reporting From Philo, Calif.Until recently, the closest thing I'd come to a cooking class was watching the demo station at Trader Joe's. After seeing "Julie & Julia," I felt inspired to get in touch with my inner Julia Child. But who has the time and money to fly to Paris and...
Tags: Recipes, Apples, San Francisco, Education, Alcoholic Beverages
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