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  • Chutney takes center stage at this Afghan restaurant in Lake Forest

     
    Here's an early peek at what's coming in this Thursday's Food section: As you might expect from a restaurant called Chili Chutney, the condiment is everywhere: streaked across piles of rice, dabbed on crisp flatbreads, blotted up by grilled kebabs.......
  • 5th annual Crimeline Chili Cook-off Jan. 8 in Sanford

     
    Saturday chili is the main event from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the 5th annual Crimeline cooking competition at Sanford's Seminole Harley-Davidson. Compete for $25 or come to taste for $5. Awards begin at noon. For more information, or to reserve your space...
  • UCLA basketball: Tyler Lamb still sick from chicken chili cheese fries

     
    UCLA guard Tyler Lamb said he was still having some trouble keeping food down Wednesday, four days after he ate chicken chili cheese fries that led to gastrointestinal distress for him and fellow freshman Anthony Stover. Though Lamb said he......
  • UCLA basketball: Tyler Lamb, Anthony Stover take part in warmups

     
    The Great Chicken Chili Cheese Fries Caper could have a happy ending after all. UCLA freshmen Tyler Lamb and Anthony Stover have participated in warmups prior to the Bruins' game against UC Davis tonight at Pauley Pavilion, and both seem......
  • Holiday food: Bottled up goodness

     
    All Jarred Up HOLIDAY GUIDE 2010: Whether it's beer, a terrine or panna cotta, we can't help but be excited when comestibles are presented in a Mason jar. Teri Hiles, creator of All Jarred Up, capitalizes on this homey sentiment with their adorable jarred...
  • Tofurky day? L.A.'s vegetarian, vegan and raw Thanksgiving options

     
    Thanksgiving is an epicurean's fantasy. The only problem is that it excludes those who don't eat animal, dairy or cooked foods. Fortunately, a number of health-conscious restaurants have started offering alternative dinners so that everyone can celebrate....
  • Tinga: There's room for everything

     
    The taco is not what it used to be. Thanks in large part to the Kogi Korean taco revolution of a few years back, tacos have morphed from a Latin staple of meat, cilantro and onions into a sort of cultural chameleon. As soft, corn tortilla vessels for just...
  • Recipe: Two-bean chili with avocado

     
    It's fall. Finally. So that means I'm craving things like cinnamon, pumpkin and hearty soups like this this easy-to-prepare chili from Better Homes and Gardens. It's loaded with protein, fiber and healthy fat. Ingredients 1 large onion, chopped 2 tsp....
  • Chili’s Restaurant: 2 for $20 could be sticking around

     
    Fans of Chili’s 2 for $20 deal will be happy to know the promotion is most likely sticking around. Executives for the restaurant chain indicated the deal will probably grab a more permanent spot on the chain’s menu,  according to Nation...
  • WOMX Morning Mix With Scott McKenzie recipe of the week: Spooky Sloppy Joes

     
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Spooky Sloppy Joes. The sandwic...
  • How to use Florida cucumbers in your weekly menus

     
    Cucumbers come in dozens of varieties but are generally divided into two camps: slicers (smooth skin, large) and picklers (smaller in size, bumpier skin). European cucumbers (sometimes called English) tend to have fewer seeds than other varieties and...
  • Your L.A. Times Test Kitchen recipe for the day: Three-bean and hominy chili

     
    Let's see. It's cold and rainy here in L.A. It's Monday (which means half of you are starting a diet, or looking for Meatless Monday options, or both). And we're in the midst of the #unprocessed October challenge (see note......