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  • The Gossiping Gourmet: A perfect place to noodle around

    The Gossiping Gourmet: A perfect place to noodle around
    Having traveled in Vietnam, my husband and I are devotees of the wonderful food from that part of the world. Short of a trip across the ocean, Orange County residents are in a perfect place to enjoy Vietnamese cuisine. We have the privilege and...
  • Dog-friendly luxury hotels in Southern California go gourmet

    Dog-friendly luxury hotels in Southern California go gourmet
    Oh, the joy of being a dog. Especially a dog with wealthy parents, um, I mean owners. More than a decade has passed since luxury hotels began throwing welcome parties for platinum-card-carrying pet owners . But with pets a $50-billion-a-year industry,...
  • Smalls Smoke Shack & More

    Smalls Smoke Shack & More
    Here's a super little restaurant, if you can call it that. How about a square blue box, slid Tetris-style behind an apartment, tucked in a leafy residential row where foot traffic consists of residents between the 4000 and 4100 block of North Albany...
  • Food At 121 Restaurant In Oxford Rises Above Most Airport Dining

    Food At 121 Restaurant In Oxford Rises Above Most Airport Dining
    When you brag about a great meal, most people won't expect you to say you enjoyed it at an airport. They'll think of the lukewarm food served on long commercial flights. But at 121 Restaurant, located on the property of the Waterbury-Oxford airport in...
  • Hampton Roads prices are lower in 2013

    Hampton Roads prices are lower in 2013
    Nearly every grocery chain in Hampton Roads launched a new "lower prices" campaign in the past year. And — although it may seem impossible — prices are actually lower in 2013. In an informal study of the six major supermarkets in the area...
  • Feng Shui of relationship is out of balance

    Feng Shui of relationship is out of balance
    Dear Readers: I'm marking my 10-year anniversary of writing the "Ask Amy" column by rerunning some of my favorite Q-and-A's from the early days of the column. Today's letters deal with tension between friends. I return next week. Dear Amy: My girlfriend...
  • KFC offers boneless options

    KFC offers boneless options
    Few pleasures connect us with our primordial ancestors like tearing meat from bone while grunting. In cartoons, it is the best illustration of a voracious appetite — Bluto inserts drumstick in mouth, removes bone denuded of meat in one impressive...
  • A springtime main dish for Passover

    A springtime main dish for Passover
    I feel it is no coincidence that Passover, the holiday celebrating the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery under Pharaoh, falls around the same time as spring's arrival. After all, Passover observes a miracle of renewal -- the triumph of hope and...
  • Fresh and flavorful for Easter

    Fresh and flavorful for Easter
    Why do holiday meals always have to be so much work? Too often it feels as if home cooks only feel they've observed the occasion properly, and shown their family and friends the respect a special meal observes, by spending hours slaving in the kitchen....
  • If you can't stand the heat...stir-fry

    If you can't stand the heat...stir-fry
    With summer approaching, many home cooks are starting to feel reluctant about spending too much time preparing meals in a hot kitchen. Of course, on many evenings you'll probably just want to throw some fish or chicken or steaks or burgers on the grill....
  • A taste of summer picnic food for midwinter

    In the depths of winter, it can often feel like summer and its many eating pleasures are a long way off. If you live in a colder climate than my home in Southern California, a glance out the kitchen window might reveal a picnic table covered in snow. Even...
  • THE KITCHN: A satisfying but simple stir-fry

    THE KITCHN: A satisfying but simple stir-fry
    As much as I love eating out at fancy restaurants and watching TV shows like "Top Chef," the cooking that is closest to my heart is home cooking -- dishes that are humble and maybe a little homely but that feel like the food equivalent of a warm hug. This...