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  • The Find: Tom Yum Koong

    The Find: Tom Yum Koong
    Thatched baskets of sticky rice arrive alongside tart pork sausages still sputtering from the pan. Papaya salad follows, the strands of green, unripened fruit stained a murky brown from fermented blue crab paste. At Tom Yum Koong in Westminster, among the...
  • The Find: Krua Siri in Thai Town

    The Find: Krua Siri in Thai Town
    A brand-new flaming star of glorious, singing, singeing Isaan Thai cooking has landed smack in the center of Thai Town. But it's hiding behind a false face. Krua Siri smells right, but the menu seems all wrong. It's chock-full of such depressingly non-...
  • It's an all cherry roundup

    It's an all cherry roundup
    Let the historians debate whether George Washington chopped down a cherry tree. We offer a better -- and sweeter -- way to celebrate Presidents Day. Cherry Chocolate Kisses Yield: Makes: 4 dozen cookies Ingredients: 1 cup powdered sugar 1 cup...
  • Switch up dinner by making breakfast

    Switch up dinner by making breakfast
    Occasionally, serving breakfast for dinner can be a fun way to shake up your normal routine. Whether consumed in the morning or evening, breakfast foods often can be prepared and enjoyed quickly. In fact, each recipe featured this week can be prepared...
  • The Global Garden: A little love for the loquat

     
    Loquat trees: Some gardeners love the dense foliage and never realize that the little fruits are actually edible, long prized by Chinese and Armenian gardeners and others who look forward to their backyard harvest every spring....
  • The scoop on cherimoya, the ice cream fruit

     
    Growing cherimoya: Nicknamed the ice cream fruit, cherimoya is a treat to grow yourself. One benefit: You can grow varieties that are too tender for commercial production, so you can enjoy fruit you're not likely to find at Whole Foods or even farmers...
  • Object of Desire: Kanom krok

     
    If your weekends are anything like ours, you may occasionally find yourself driving up Coldwater Canyon Boulevard in the early afternoon, just in case something is jumping at Wat Thai, the golden-roofed Thai Buddhist temple at its northern end. The......
  • Growing guava of a different color

     
    Guavas: Growing guavas is easy as long as you understand that not all guavas are created equal. Pick the right variety at the nursery, and you'll have smooth sailing....
  • More strange fruit: Pitahaya in a sunny yellow

     
    Pitahaya: Also called dragon fruit, pitahaya plants includes varieties that yield strange-looking fruit in a range of colors, inside and out....
  • Roy Choi to open Sunny Spot next week

     
    Roy Choi will be open his new Venice restaurant Sunny Spot next week....
  • Meal Ticket

     
    A guide to the restaurants that built Southern California’s reputation for global breadth....
  • The Dry Garden: Growing pomegranates

     
    Growing pomegranate trees: Pomegranates are superb landscape plants for some of the toughest settings in Southern California, but one key question: How to tell they fruit is ready to pick?...