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  • Flavor Profile: Mecha Noodle Bar in Fairfield

    Flavor Profile: Mecha Noodle Bar in Fairfield
    Mecha Noodle Bar 1215 Post Road, Fairfield, (203) 292-8222, mechanoodlebar.com   Family is soul to the Phams and so is soup. After running Pho Vietnam in Danbury with his family for seven years, Tony Pham has opened Mecha Noodle Bar in Fairfield's...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Steak & Noodle Salad

     Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Steak & Noodle Salad
    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 Grilled Steak & Asian...
  • MARIO BATALI: Ramps, the taste of spring

    MARIO BATALI: Ramps, the taste of spring
    Q: Do you have a good easy recipe for ramps? What are ramps, anyway? A: Glad you asked. Ramps are wild baby leeks that grow exclusively between the Atlantic and the Mississippi from Canada to the Carolinas. A member of the Allium genus, ramps resemble a...
  • For hardcore uni lovers, it's Maruhide Uni Club in Torrance

    For hardcore uni lovers, it's Maruhide Uni Club in Torrance
    Name of restaurant: Maruhide Uni Club What dish represents the restaurant, and why? A bowl of sushi rice topped with uni (raw sea urchin "roe"), salmon roe and tuna sashimi, the kind of straightforward Japanese dish that you'd eat for breakfast at a...
  • Going gluten-free more common, but not necessarily easier

    Going gluten-free more common, but not necessarily easier
    For more than 20 years, Kristine Kidd tasted what came her way as the food editor at Bon Appetit magazine. But she never felt great. "I had digestive issues my whole life," she says, but 21/2 years ago, the aching joints, bloating, fatigue and digestive...
  • A little inconvenience is one thing, but life without chocolate?

    A little inconvenience is one thing, but life without chocolate?
    For the month of June, I am only buying food that has never left a 100-mile radius of my house and, for the most part, it has been pretty great. The produce tastes delicious, I constantly meet people passionate about food, and I am stepping out of my...
  • Empress Pavilion 1989: When the dim sum was better than in Hong Kong, moo shu was a 'burrito'

    Empress Pavilion 1989: When the dim sum was better than in Hong Kong, moo shu was a 'burrito'
    When Empress Pavilion, a 25-year-old dim sum restaurant in Chinatown, announced it was being evicted, the reaction included plenty of nostalgia. Many Angelenos recalled marking life's successful moments and celebrating holidays in the 600-capacity...
  • Dining Review: Rainbow Thai in Westport

    Dining Review: Rainbow Thai in Westport
    Rainbow Thai 5 Bridge Square, Westport, (203) 557-9000, rainbowthaict.com   When someone told me that there was a good Thai restaurant in Westport, I didn't believe it. But it's true. Tucked into Peter's Bridge Corner, not looking like much from the...
  • Doner kebabs and dumplings: A guide to Turkish restaurants in Southern California

    Doner kebabs and dumplings: A guide to Turkish restaurants in Southern California
    The proliferating sizzle of grilled doner kebabs and scent of baked borek are heady signs of the growing number of Turkish restaurants in Southern California. In Orange County, Doner G in Anaheim is expanding into Irvine. Another branch of Canoga Park's...
  • Chefs using their noodles

    Chefs using their noodles
    Eggs, cheese, bacon and black pepper. Those are the components that go into pasta carbonara, a classic Italian dish that's a real crowd pleaser. But what's pleasing to the public isn't always fulfilling for creatively inclined chefs. And so they come up...
  • Spicy Food Challenge #4: Drunken Noodle and Red Curry from Thai Awesome

    Spicy Food Challenge #4: Drunken Noodle and Red Curry from Thai Awesome
    Two weeks ago, you watched Austen and I suffer a pain unimaginable to those who've never put anything above 8,000 Scoville heat units in their mouths. (I think the pepper used in the Suicide sauce from Dew Drop ranks in at more than 1 million Scoville...
  • Make this dish ahead and save precious time for dinner later

    Looking for a tasty dish that's easy, full of flavor and great for the family? I give you Sicilian baked pasta gratin. The best part of this recipe? You can make it ahead two days before and keep it in the refrigerator before baking. Scott C....