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  • Recipe: Fresh herb salad with seeds

    Recipe: Fresh herb salad with seeds
      Fresh herb salad with seeds Total time: 25 minutes Servings: 4 1/2 cup fresh mint leaves 1 1/2 cups Italian parsley leaves 1 cup cilantro leaves 3/4 cup basil leaves, preferably purple basil, torn into pieces 4 cups chilled baby salad leaves 2-...
  • Recipe: Vegan vegetable and sesame feast

    Recipe: Vegan vegetable and sesame feast
    Vegan vegetable and sesame feast Total time: 1 hour, 15 minutes Servings: 4 or 5 appetizer or 3 main course servings 4 fresh shiitake mushrooms, stemmed, and cut into ¼-inch-thick slices, or 4 to 6 ounces button or cremini mushrooms, cut into ¼-inch-...
  • Culinary SOS: Tender Greens' happy vegan salad

     Culinary SOS: Tender Greens' happy vegan salad
    Dear SOS: I am eagerly and desperately looking to replicate the most delicious, amazing salad I have ever had. My fiancé and I are regulars at the Tender Greens in Culver City, and we finally tried its best dish on meatless Monday: the happy vegan. It...
  • Culinary SOS: A bright taste of summer in Houston's couscous

    Culinary SOS: A bright taste of summer in Houston's couscous
    Dear SOS: I'd love to get the recipe for the couscous at Hillstone (formerly Houston's) in Santa Monica. Many thanks. Meghan Tilley Venice Dear Meghan: We loved the fresh flavors and bright colors in this couscous, which makes for a great summer...
  • Market Watch: Atwater Village market's local tomato grower, Cameron Slocum

    Market Watch: Atwater Village market's local tomato grower, Cameron Slocum
    Cameron Slocum pulls up to the Atwater Village farmers market in the Tomatomobile, a 1980s Volvo station wagon with crude icons of tomatoes, blue on the right side, pink on the left, scrawled everywhere including the windows, along with a plug for "The...
  • The Review: The Yard in Santa Monica

    The Review: The Yard in Santa Monica
    On a mission to suss out the Santa Monica gastropub the Yard, I'd invited a friend who'd lived in the neighborhood way back when but had since moved away. As we negotiated the crowds streaming past us on Broadway a couple of blocks from Ocean Avenue,...
  • Counter Intelligence: LàOn Dining

    Counter Intelligence: LàOn Dining
    For all of the hundreds of restaurants in L.A.'s Koreatown, tucked behind untranslated signs and inside barely marked skyscrapers, in sleek malls and dusty strip centers, the area has never had much in the way of recognizable chefs. Generations of Los...
  • 'Mission Street Food' inspires with San Francisco culinary project

    'Mission Street Food' inspires with San Francisco culinary project
    "Mission Street Food: Recipes and Ideas From an Improbable Restaurant" is as much a book with which to spend a few hours on the couch as it is a book that inspires your next meal. And it'd be an entertaining few hours. The book tells the story of Mission...
  • Mud Baron, an evangelical force in school gardens

     
    Master gardener Mud Baron supplies school gardens with evangelical zeal....
  • Look alive, vegetables!

     
    Have you ever seen root vegetables with such personality? Radishes looking so happy? Celeryroot that seems almost pensive? These are the work of contemporary botanical artist Sally Jacobs, who has a show starting this week at TAG Gallery in Santa......
  • “The Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs”: Ho, Hummus

     
    By Lori Acken Follow @ChannelGuideLLA Or maybe, “oh nuts!” In any case, yes, this blog should have been up days ago … but you would not believe what a slew of holiday programming can do to a monthly publication with a teeny little...
  • L.A. artist Alyson Iwamoto's ceramics inspired by farmers market

     
    Los Angeles ceramic artist Alyson Iwamoto's latest works are inspired by farmers market produce like winter squash, pomegranates, summer melons and Asian radishes....