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  • 'Survivor' FVF Recap: Don't Say Anything About My Mom

    'Survivor' FVF Recap: Don't Say Anything About My Mom
    Brenda’s plan worked! Andrea’s blindside turned into her own death in the game. The table has turned on queen of the island and the game has changed. Day 35 on Enil Edam, Eddie feels like a sitting duck target for the next tribal council. He...
  • THE KITCHN: An allergy-friendly and vegan fruit crumble

    THE KITCHN: An allergy-friendly and vegan fruit crumble
    Fruit crumble is usually pretty straightforward: combine flour, sugar and butter, and you've got a perfect streusel topping, right? But what happens when you can't eat regular flour, sugar or butter (or nuts)? Suddenly, making a really good fruit...
  • Trouble in party paradise: Boracay Island in Philippines

    Trouble in party paradise: Boracay Island in Philippines
    BORACAY, Philippines — Can a million and a half people be wrong? That's how many vacationers are expected to visit Boracay Island this year. Can Travel & Leisure be wrong? That's the magazine that crowned Boracay the best island in the world....
  • A fresh look at chopped salad

    A fresh look at chopped salad
    Is anybody else excited by the lettuce options out there these days? My local supermarket offers bagged and boxed salads in more than a dozen combinations. However, it's the clamshell boxes of miniature heads of artisanal lettuces (often with their...
  • From New Orleans, with love (and gumbo)

    From New Orleans, with love (and gumbo)
    When Mike Hampton and Christy Samoy first approach our table in aprons and T-shirts, we're not sure what to make of Hot & Soul, their two-month old, trailblazing restaurant on Federal Highway near Oakland Park Boulevard. They'll return — again and...
  • 25 drinks every Chicagoan should try

    25 drinks every Chicagoan should try
    Are you thirsty enough to take on our ultimate drinking to-do list? Some of the drinks features here are signatures that have become synonymous with the bar or restaurant that serves them. Others are just so delicious they've earned legendary status...
  • Mango Coconut Popsicles

    Mango Coconut Popsicles
    On a hot summer’s day, kids find it hard to resist a yummy and sweet, refreshing popsicle. Unfortunately, most popsicles at the super market are extremely high in sugar and contain high fructose corn syrup, dyes, and other unhealthy ingredients. The...
  • Make dad a cocktail on Father's Day: Here are our favorites

    Make dad a cocktail on Father's Day: Here are our favorites
    I curate a bi-weekly recipe column for The Times' Saturday section called "Destination: Cocktail." To date, I've culled 100 recipes created by some of the city's best bartenders, for some of the city's best bars and restaurants. I just finished poring...
  • 100% organic, vegan, local, raw, alcohol-free dinner series comes to L.A.

    100% organic, vegan, local, raw, alcohol-free dinner series comes to L.A.
    Is an organic, raw, vegan, local, and alcohol-free dinner overkill? Scott Franklin Manning doesn’t think so. He's the man behind The Locavoire, a 100% organic, vegan, local, raw, and alcohol-free dinner series. Last year, Manning took a closer...
  • Semi Sweet Bakery for homemade take on Pop-Tarts, Ding Dongs and, soon, puff pastry concoctions

    Semi Sweet Bakery for homemade take on Pop-Tarts, Ding Dongs and, soon, puff pastry concoctions
    Sharlena Fong is the co-chef and co-owner of Semi Sweet Bakery downtown. She is known for her knack for the retro, including brownies, lemon bars and her own versions of Pop-Tarts and Ding Dongs, along with lemon blueberry Danish, chocolate croissants,...
  • Two-Minute Hawaiian Pie

    Two-Minute Hawaiian Pie
    No-bake Two-Minute Hawaiian Pie is a tropical fruit pie that really does take just 2 minutes to put together. Boy, is it ever delicious! Serves: 6 Chilling Time: 2 hr   What You'll Need: - 1 (20-ounce) can crushed pineapple in syrup, undrained - 1...
  • Review: Kaluz in Fort Lauderdale

    Review: Kaluz in Fort Lauderdale
    I'm not sure I know of a more-showstopping restaurant than Kaluz. It sits under the bridge that crosses the Intracoastal at Commercial Boulevard. The lot once housed Roadhouse Grill, but the walls are all that remains of the old building. Designed by ID...