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This is the year you will resolve to ditch the diets, the "all or nothing" mentality and the "no-pain, no-gain" fitness goals. This is the year you will resolve to use common sense to eat less junk food, move more — and have fun doing it. Remember...
Tags: Diabetes, Newspaper and Magazine, Holidays, Family, Salads
Everything about 9021Pho, Glendale Galleria's newest restaurant, is lively and uplifting. Walls of windows let in light, retro-modern decor is steeped in the colors of mango and raspberry sorbet, and plates of colorful, farm-fresh foods all serve to...
Tags: Restaurants, Pasta, Appetizers, Salads, Shrimp
I would bet you shillings to cents that at least 90% of the people who watch “Downton Abbey,” which returns to these TV shores on Sunday, would rather be the “upstairs” folk, the titled Crawley family, than the “downstairs&...
Tags: England, United Kingdom, Mining, Heroin, Gilded Age
Julia Child, who would have turned 100 this year, found her life's calling only by leaving her hometown of Pasadena for China and France. Had the pioneering celebrity chef stayed in her "parochial" Pasadena, she once confided to a biographer, she...
Roast duck, like beef tenderloin and lobster, defines holiday meals in our family. More than Sunday dinner fare, a duck in the oven warrants celebration — of dining with friends, of indulgent goodness and of the enjoyable act of cooking. My younger...
Tags: Parsley, Iron (dietary supplement), Shallots, Salt
Butterfly in the sky I can fly twice as high ... Children of the '80s, this one is for you: The beloved kids' show "Reading Rainbow" and its host LeVar Burton are the latest PBS icons to get the remix treatment, thanks to the efforts of PBS Digital...
The Defense Intelligence Agency is planning to dramatically expand the ranks of its covert "collectors" — a.k.a. case officers or, more popularly, spies. It has 500 or so and hopes to double that number. There is nothing inherently wrong with this...
Inevitably this holiday season, my mom will tick through her shopping list and say with a sigh, "Your dad wants a book." Since I was a kid, my mom has teased my dad about the predictablity of this ritual, which usually involves the purchase of a brick-...
Los Angeles TimesOnce I lived in a place where winter temperatures regularly dipped below freezing, and my best friend was my goose down comforter. My downstairs neighbor was a Renaissance English scholar, and every year he did the whole Dickens Christmas feast complete...
Tags: S. Irene Virbila, Holidays, Religious Festivals, Onions, Salt
No doubt about it, cooking shows and competitions are popular. Learn more about the stars of these shows by reading a biography of a famous chef. Their success stories have some qualities in common: hard work, high standards, dedication and perseverance....
Tags: Restaurants, Mario Batali , Gordon Ramsay, Paris (France), Literature
The omelet seems obvious: eggs cooked flat, filled and folded. Imagine my surprise, then, to discover that the simple supper I often serve is not an omelet. It's an American omelet. Nothing like a French omelet. The difference comes down to technique....
Tags: Omelets, Football, La-Z-Boy Incorporated
EntreeFinding the perfect gift for the cook or food lover in your life can be overwhelming. For one thing, there are so many things to choose from. Below, I've selected a handful of books and other foodie gifts to help you focus your choices. I hope it's a...
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