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  • Jonathan Gold's best beach cities restaurants

    Jonathan Gold's best beach cities restaurants
    Chances are strong that between now and Labor Day you will find yourself in a coastal city. Or, at the very least, the pleasant idea of time spent near the ocean will occur to you. In either case, here are nine restaurants from restaurant critic...
  • Four stars for Next's Vegan menu

    Four stars for Next's Vegan menu
    Chicago has seen vegetarian restaurants before, and vegetable menus before, but nothing, not even the vegetable tasting menus that Charlie Trotter offered during his long career, compares to the Vegan menu currently featured at Next. In more than 20...
  • Resist the urge to cut back bulbs

    Resist the urge to cut back bulbs
    Our spring bulbs will soon be ending their beautiful display. The temptation is there to cut back the plant all the way to the ground. Don't do it! The bulb needs the leaves to photosynthesize nutrients for the bulb to grow and store food for next season....
  • [UPDATED] French Garden and Jerry's Deli close; Carson House opens; DBGB to Vegas

    [UPDATED] French Garden and Jerry's Deli close; Carson House opens; DBGB to Vegas
    This week, a downtown favorite shut its doors, a famous deli decided to close up shop and move on, and an L.A. chef brought his love of frozen treats to Sin City. Here's a look at the latest restaurant news out of Los Angeles and beyond. French Garden,...
  • At Cooks County, the season for soft-shell crabs and fat asparagus

    At Cooks County, the season for soft-shell crabs and fat asparagus
    Daniel Mattern, chef at Cooks County, where the focus is on fresh local ingredients and great wine, is having visions of soft-shell crab and big fat asparagus. Mattern is executive chef and partner at the neighborhood restaurant on Beverly Boulevard....
  • Easy dinner recipe: Julienne's shaved asparagus salad recipe

    Easy dinner recipe: Julienne's shaved asparagus salad recipe
    Bright, colorful and easy to make, this simple salad from Julienne in Santa Barbara makes for a striking presentation whether you're entertaining company or savoring a simple night at home. Shaved asparagus and onion are tossed with a bright Champagne...
  • Dining: spring awakening

    Dining: spring awakening
    When Fat Rice's owners chef Abraham Conlon and general manager Adrienne Lo bring Spring to the tables of their West Diversey restaurant, it's seasoned with their family histories. Conlon traces his to Portugal, via Lowell, Mass.; Chicago-born Lo to China....
  • Live discussion: It's lunchtime with Jonathan Gold!

    Live discussion: It's lunchtime with Jonathan Gold!
    Los Angeles Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold returns Wednesday for his weekly live chat, "Lunchtime With Mr. Gold." Stop by at noon and bring your questions. He'll answer as many of your dining queries as he can get to in half an hour. So get ready! ...
  • Mother's Day 2013 dining guide: Mimosas, French toast, crab crepes, more

    Mother's Day 2013 dining guide: Mimosas, French toast, crab crepes, more
    Mother's Day is Sunday, and if you're wondering where to celebrate with Mom, here are 24 restaurants offering options such as free Champagne with brunch, blueberry French toast, squash blossom enchiladas and, of course, the bottomless mimosa. Border...
  • Asparagus is a healthful spring veggie

    Asparagus belongs to the lily family together with onions, leeks and garlic. The vegetable exists in three colors: green, white and purple. The green and most common type is slightly sweet in flavor with a tender and crisp texture. Asparagus is rich...
  • Paris chef Daniel Rose steps out into the world where he can eat tacos with his hands

    Paris chef Daniel Rose steps out into the world where he can eat tacos with his hands
    Daniel Rose, the American-born chef of Spring restaurant in Paris, says he doesn't get out much. But in the last week, he taught cooking classes in New York as part of the James Beard award festivities, sat down for an interview with Charlie Rose and...
  • THE KITCHN: Polenta with spring vegetable ragout

    THE KITCHN: Polenta with spring vegetable ragout
    The first few times I cooked polenta, I followed recipes that called for endless stirring, and as much as I enjoyed the result, I wasn't keen on making polenta very often. All that changed when I tried the technique described below, which requires...