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  • Restaurant breakfasts make a comeback in L.A.

    Restaurant breakfasts make a comeback in L.A.
    WHEN Campanile stopped serving daily breakfast a decade ago, the regulars (but obviously not enough of them) who'd made a cappuccino and pastry or poached eggs and ham at the restaurant part of their morning routine were devastated. They had become...
  • Coca: It's Spanish for pizza

    Coca: It's Spanish for pizza
    "EXPECT the expected" is usually the best slogan when you're invited for brunch, but what a new friend had waiting on his kitchen counter a few Saturdays ago was not just a fresh idea. It could be the greatest thing since sliced pizza. My host, a...
  • Hotel Bel-Air Restaurant: Date with a grande dame

    ONE warm October evening, you're sitting outside with friends under trellises trained with bougainvillea, about to begin dinner on the terrace of one of the most glamorous hotels in the world. The wine's magnificent, the china's gorgeous. A plate of...
  • Nothing tastes better than a bargain

    Nothing tastes better than a bargain
    Save money -- eat out. It might sound counterintuitive, and it flies in the face of advice tossed out by penny-pinching "experts" -- but they don't know what we know: where to find the best dining deals in town. Who says it's cheaper to eat in? We...
  • Napa Valley restaurant info

    Napa Valley restaurant info
    Eating in the Napa Valley Ad Hoc Dinner Thursday to Monday, Sunday brunch. $49 prix fixe menu served family style. 6476 Washington St., Yountville; (707) 944-2487; www.adhocrestaurant.com. Bardessono Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Dinner entrees,...
  • Weekend brunch: Seven L.A.-area restaurants that are doing it right

    Weekend brunch: Seven L.A.-area restaurants that are doing it right
    I have a confession to make: I hate brunch buffets, those all you-can-eat affairs where, faced with a selection as long as a football field, you promptly lose your mind and pile your plate to the point you're confronting far more than you can...
  • Southern California in one day

    Here is an eclectic list of places where Travel section staffers like to take out-of-town visitors for a slice of SoCal life. The Bunny Museum, anyone? HIDDEN TREASURES IN LOW-KEY DEL REY Del Rey, an off-the-radar West Side enclave sandwiched between...
  • The Morning Mix with Scott McKenzie recipe of the week: Easter Brunch Casserole

     
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That's why I have teamed with the fabulous folks over at WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show's recipe of the week. Today's recipe is for Cheesy Bacon & Egg Brunch Casserole. This easy, make-...
  • Need a reason to go to Bradenton? Here’s a bunch!

     
    Thanks to the good folks at Anna Maria Island, Bradenton and Longboat Key for sending along a terrific list of monthly activities and festivals in that area that look like the fodder for plenty of getaway ideas. The options range from monthly art w...
  • Ask John: Where to dine in western Plantation

    Ask John: Where to dine in western Plantation
    Ask John! Sun Sentinel restaurant writer John Tanasychuk answers YOUR questions about restaurants, eating out and more. To submit your question, e-mail here. Please include your name, city and state with each question. -------------------- Wednesday,...
  • May 8 - Chef Gale Gand

    May 8 - Chef Gale Gand
    TRU Restaurant 676 N St Clair St, Chicago (312) 202-0001 www.trurestaurant.com Gale Gand is the co-owner of the world-renowned Chicago restaurant TRU, author of six cook books and host of Food Network's "Sweet Dreams". She was recognized in 2001 as...
  • 44th Pillsbury Bake-Off: Tasting notes from the Bake-Off

     
    I was amazed how many of the 44th Pillsbury Bake-Off dishes looked better in person than in the pre-contest studio photos. And there were a few twists I didn't expect. Jennifer Hunter's (Marietta GA) Spiced Mocha Chocolate Cookies had an earthy clove-...