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  • Canelé chef Corina Weibel's home kitchen

     
    Canele restaurant chef Corina Weibel: Times writer Mary MacVean and photographer Rob Gauthier spend some time in the home kitchen of Corina Weibel, chef at the Atwater Village restaurant Canele and the first subject in our series of stories about L.A....
  • Can Reese Witherspoon catch the Peggy Lee 'Fever?'

     
    Variety's Pamela McClintock has the news that Reese Witherspoon has joined forces with Fox 2000 to produce a biopic about singer Peggy Lee, best known for her sultry slow-burn rendition of "Fever." Witherspoon is clearly the driving force behind the......
  • What are the best cookbooks of all time? [Updated]

     
    Delia Smith is better than Julia Child. No, really. At least, that’s according to the food staff at Britain’s Observer newspaper. They came up with a list of the 50 best cookbooks of all time and “Delia’s Complete How to......
  • Box office: 'Expendables' still going strong; 'Vampires Suck' draws audiences [Updated]

     
    It’s not just the film’s aging stars that have staying power. For the second week in a row, Sylvester Stallone’s “The Expendables,” the action movie starring an ensemble of performers so long in the tooth they qualify for the...
  • 'To Master the Art': In telling Julia Child's story, TimeLine Theatre finds a recipe all its own

     
    THEATER REVIEW: "To Master the Art" ★★★ Through Dec. 19 at TimeLine Theatre, 615 W. Wellington Ave.; Running time: 2 hours, 20 minutes; Tickets: $28-$38 at 773-281-8463 or www.timelinetheatre.com There are few incontrovertible rules in acting, but...
  • 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...
  • Julia Child and 'Mockingbird' are toughest tickets

     
    The two toughest tickets in Chicago right now? "Billy Elliot"? "Million Dollar Quartet"? Nope. "To Master the Art" at TimeLine Theatre, a play about Julia Child that sold out its entire eight-week run a matter of days after opening. And......
  • Book review: 'As Always, Julia: The Letters of Julia Child and Avis DeVoto' by Joan Reardon

     
    In 1952, a middle-aged American woman living in Paris responded to a complaint about the poor quality of American-made kitchen knives by one of her favorite magazine writers and sent him a couple of French-made ones from her neighborhood store.......
  • Evanston Residents Await Holiday Food

     
    This holiday, many Evanston residents will be focused not only giving and receiving gifts but also on eating turkey and apple pie, and enjoying the …...
  • Blogstoppers

     
    From Bloggers quitting what they call a demanding task with few rewards by Lisa Bertagnoli Some have simply switched to another blog-like medium, say, Twitter or Facebook. Others have faced unpleasant facts about blogging. It's cheap to do but usually.......
  • 3 Food Events You Should Know About: Planned Parenthood's Food Fare; 'Bistronomics' at Breadbar; wine and pizza tasting at Rosso Wine Shop

     
    A Planned Parenthood party: On March 10, Planned Parenthood will host its 32nd annual Food Fare, where supporters of the organization and foodies will join together to eat and raise money for the health centers that provide care to more......
  • The Morning Fix: Julia Child on Amazon. Low profile for 'Anonymous'

     
    The Morning Fix is a roundup of media headlines....