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  • Suzanne Goin and Russ Parsons discuss 'The A.O.C. Cookbook' Wednesday in Santa Monica

    Suzanne Goin and Russ Parsons discuss 'The A.O.C. Cookbook' Wednesday in Santa Monica
    Chef and author Suzanne Goin will join Los Angeles Times food editor and columnist Russ Parsons to discuss Goin's new book "The A.O.C. Cookbook" on Wednesday at the William Turner Gallery in Santa Monica.  Highlights from the book include recipes for...
  • THE KITCHN: Slow Cooker Boeuf Bourguignon

    TheKitchn.com Boeuf bourguignon is so much more than just another beef stew. This classic French dish, made so popular by a certain Ms. Julia Child, is the kind of stew that can earn a marriage proposal. The deeply savory aroma alone -- redolent of...
  • On the Town: Unexpected guests drop by the Nativity

    On the Town: Unexpected guests drop by the Nativity
    “God has a great sense of humor and wants us to laugh,” preaches Pastor Paul Clairville of Burbank’s Westminster Presbyterian Church. If, by some chance, that were not to be the case, Pastor Paul and more than 100 of his congregants who...
  • 300 sandwiches for that engagement ring? Here are 19 recipes to help

    300 sandwiches for that engagement ring? Here are 19 recipes to help
    Three hundred sandwiches. That's the price one man gave to his girlfriend for an engagement ring. If a man tells you to make 300 sandwiches before he -- in Beyonce's lingo -- puts a ring on it, you may laugh it off as a joke, chalk it up to your future...
  • For 'Old Jews,' the title says it and sells it

    For 'Old Jews,' the title says it and sells it
    Over lunch recently at Howells & Hood, the creators of the show "Old Jews Telling Jokes" were chortling about their sign. Signage is often an issue at the Royal George Theatre on Chicago's North Side, a venue that does not exactly come with chaser...
  • Save the questions for humans, not your phone

    I'm not talking. Not to a phone. It may be all the rage for celebrities in iPhone commercials to have pithy exchanges with Siri, the female-sounding voice assistant, but if you ask me, they just sound stupid. Like actress Zooey Deschanel, in her...
  • Italian cooking legend Marcella Hazan dies

    Marcella Hazan, whose many cookbooks introduced Americans to the true food of Italy, died Sunday morning at her home in Longboat Key, Fla., according to her husband, Victor Hazan. She was 89 and had been in failing health for several months. Her...
  • Marcella Hazan's commandments of Italian cooking

    Marcella Hazan's commandments of Italian cooking
    As an instructor, the late Marcella Hazan, who died Sunday at her home in Florida, was nothing if not rigorous. In fact, she could be downright dogmatic, particularly when it came to what she considered to be travesties against her beloved Italian...
  • 'Breaking Bad' bares binge-viewing obsession

    'Breaking Bad' bares binge-viewing obsession
    America has shifted from a country in which TV viewers once had weekly appointments with favorite shows — sort of like a pre-scheduled session with a therapist — to a country in which followers of TV programs engage in all-night binges —...
  • Anya Von Bremzen on her memoir of eating behind the Iron Curtain

    Anya Von Bremzen on her memoir of eating behind the Iron Curtain
    Anya Von Bremzen makes her living writing about some of the most wondrous food in the world. It’s a remarkable career for a woman born in 1963 Moscow, an era of bread lines and making do. Her new book, “Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking: A...
  • 5 Reasons Sandra Bullock Could Win the Oscar (Again)

    As Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" enters its second weekend of sold-out multiplexes across the country, it's becoming the cinematic event of the year. The space epic may not break the same box office records that "Titanic" did in 1997, but in some ways it's...
  • Dining Out: Sweetsalt might just prove good for your health

    Dining Out: Sweetsalt might just prove good for your health
    Looking like a fine boulangerie in southern France, Sweetsalt Food Shop is a study in white marble, pewter, vintage silverware and cafe tables. The front window is filled with footed plates piled high with beautiful macarons, bars, bundt cakes and pies....