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  • Palmer House's Lockwood Takes Restaurant Garden To The 25th Level

    Palmer House's Lockwood Takes Restaurant Garden To The 25th Level
    Plenty ofChicago restaurants have their own gardens. Many are growing some of the very ingredients that end up on your plate. But I'm not sure anyone can claim a garden view like this one. Greg Elliott is the executive chef at Lockwood, the fine...
  • Risk & reward

    NEWBERG, Ore.--No one back in the 1960s, especially the experts down in sunny California, thought wine grapes could grow this far north in the Willamette Valley's cool climate. It took a loose band of young viticultural pioneers to prove them wrong....
  • Picnic plans

    Picnic plans
    Over the next several months, you probably will take a road trip with the family to a fabulous park, attend an outdoor concert or settle down on a patch of grass for a few moments of sunshine and solitude. And you probably will have something to eat....
  • A wine for more seasons

    A wine for more seasons
    Shadows are growing longer and days are growing shorter, but don't for a second think summer is over — even if the kids are heading back to school. There are plenty of sultry days in store. Warm weather can extend well beyond Labor Day; just ask any...
  • Clueless about wine?

    Clueless about wine?
    Clueless about wine? Don't worry, you're sitting in a pretty crowded boat. While it seems more and more people are drinking more and more wine, there's still a wide gap out there in terms of wine knowledge. At the apex of the American wine scene are a...
  • 'Bottle Shock': Watered-down version of American wine win

    Wine may be sunlight held together by water, as Galileo said, but " Bottle Shock" is held together only by Alan Rickman. It's interesting, given how the actor has built so many exquisite characterizations on the foundation of a certain look, that of a...
  • Different shades of green for wine fans

    Different shades of green for wine fans
    Green wines are growing. These are "eco" green wines that their makers say are made in harmony with nature. In the United States their sales are up, as is the number of vineyards using organic farming methods. There are various grades of green. First,...
  • A passion for produce

    A passion for produce
    Organic, sustainable, local -- everyone talks the trendy talk, but some foodies are taking the locavore message to heart. They're not only frequenting farmers markets, they're launching locavore supper clubs and recipe-rich blogs, and subscribing to CSAs...
  • Boysen and other hybrid blackberries

    Boysen: The standard of quality in hybrid blackberry flavor, rich and distinctive; fruit is large, soft, juicy and dark purple when fully ripe. Originated as a cross of Logan (see below) with an Eastern dewberry (trailing blackberry) such as Lucretia or...
  • Are California wines over the top?

    Are California wines over the top?
    ONE after another, the bunches of soft or raisiny grapes in the rejection bin pile up. Adam Tolmach and his Ojai Vineyard crew are sorting the last grapes of the 2007 harvest, and 1 in 10 purple clusters aren't making the cut. It's the third week in...
  • Air traffic controllers' labor tactics raise concern

    It's "unsafe" at busy airports throughout the country. There's a "staffing emergency" in air traffic control facilities serving Southern California. A "dangerous situation" in the skies and on the ground is about to "get worse." National Air Traffic...
  • Housing downturn is a jolt to upscale Temecula

    Housing downturn is a jolt to upscale Temecula
    For almost 20 years, they've been painting the town red in Temecula. Atop onion fields and grazing pastures, they've built a parade of 4,000- and 5,000-square-foot houses -- palaces, many of them, with turrets and faux backyard grottoes, with six-car...