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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Salmon fan? We understand. We've pulled some great salmon recipes from our database together, with favorites including Pan-seared wild salmon steaks with chive vinaigrette, Grilled wild salmon with fennel slaw, and more. noelle.carter@latimes.com @no
Reported incidents were allegedly ignored, mocked, or worse.McDonald’s employees from around the country have filed a new federal complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging that they were sexually harassed on the jo
You're going to need something bright and fresh—or, at least, something cool—to cut through all those smoky meats. You're going to need something bright and fresh—or, at least, something cool—to cut through all
After my last Spirits Week on The Minty, I had many requests to talk about rum. So for the first post of the latest Spirits Week, I bring you RUM. Recently 213 Hospitality… Continue reading →Rum VS Whiskey lineup at Cana Rum Bar A
Hate crimes are on the rise in Poland. In response, a new YouTube video aspires to foster tolerance by having people from marginalized groups bake and sell bread to customers at a Warsaw bakery. Read the rest of the story on Bay Area Bites
The restaurant group he helped found has been mired in controversy.Disgraced chef Mario Batali is expected to be completely bought out of B&B Hospitality Group, the restaurant group he helped found, by July 1. That info comes from a statement
Whether you spell it omelet or omelette, we share some of our favorite recipes for the dish you can enjoy any time of day, including a few of our favorite twists, such as tamago and crespeou. noelle.carter@latimes.com @noellecarter
by Marc HurwitzIt looks like a longtime pizza spot in Somerville's Davis Square is no longer in business, and it is not yet known what might happen with the space.Eater Boston mentions (via the Davis Square Facebook group page) that Cristo's
I feel like it has been forever since I posted over here. There has been a lot going on, which I do plan on sharing. I will share that I have been craving pancakes for the past few months and they are usually something I only order when eating out. S
Suicide rates among farmers are higher than any other profession in the United States, even exceeding the suicide rate for veterans. Read the rest of the story on Bay Area Bites
A new diner opened in Old Brooklyn in the former Suzie's Family Restaurant on Memphis, Daybreak. Look, I fully respect that they just opened and they'll need to get their feet wet and take some time to address issues, but they aren't off to a good st
Mac and cheese is the ultimate comfort food, and one wine in particular reinforces everything great about it.Chances are I don’t know you, but I already know you love mac and cheese. Everyone does. It’s one of the first foods we a
We rigorously tested the top 12 waffle maker models, including both Belgian-style and American-style irons, to find you the ones that consistently make the best waffles. We rigorously tested the top 12 waffle maker models, including both Belgian-styl
by Marc HurwitzIt looks like a new Italian dining spot could be opening where a popular pizzeria had been until closing due to a heating oil spill.According to a poster on The Arlington List Facebook group page, a sign is up for Lui
  The Veranda Bar is now open at Hotel Figueroa. Some of the menu items were similar to the hotel restaurant, Breva, but just a little bit more casual. It’ll be a great… Continue reading →It’s Witchcra
What's in season: Its officially cherry season. Murray Family Farms, which is based in Arvin, just south of Bakersfield, started carrying Brooks and Glenare, the first cherries of the year, at the end of April. The season will begin later in more nor
Get a ticket for CUESAs 25th Birthday, plus a dumpling party, summer BBQs, a new North Beach farmers market, and meet the Borsch Mobile. Read the rest of the story on Bay Area BitesGet ready to celebrate CUESAs 25th birthday!
One of my favorite pastas is Pasta Puttanesca. For some reason, I don’t make it very often, because I always seem to be sauting fresh greens in olive oil and garlic, or something like that, to toss with noodles. But I love all the ingredien
She helped create one of contemporary New Yorks most obsessed-over sandwich shops.On April 27, Rebecca Clare Collerton, one of the founders of the recently shuttered and instantly missed Saltie, died from cancer at the age of 53. More detail has not
You don't even need a mixer to whip up this chocolate cake, just melt the butter in a cast iron skillet, stir in the remaining ingredients, and bake! It's super dark and delicious, topped with a two-ingredient milk chocolate frosting that's mixed tog
  When one thinks about Pasadena, there hasn’t been too many thrilling eats to be found there. It’s getting better though. And chef Kimmy Tang has brought her fusion Vietnamese eats to Bistro… Continue reading &
As we gear up for summer, with its backyard holidays and barbecues, kid-friendly vacations and baseball games, its helpful to have a cookbook on hand that showcases classic American desserts a book that gathers recipes for all those homey pies and fr
It looks like a decades-old seafood spot on the North Shore could be closing at some point, though nothing has been decided as of yet.According to an article in The Boston Globe, a vote taken this month on a proposal to replace the Village Restaurant
The labels use the letters BE, for bioengineered, not GMO, which critics say could baffle consumers. One design features a smiling sun that a skeptic calls "essentially propaganda for the industry." Read the rest of the story on Bay Area Bites
Larder Delicatessen and Bakery opened its doors in Ohio City's Hingetown neighborhood just weeks ago, and it's already becoming a popular destination for Cleveland foodies.The from-scratch Eastern European deli relies heavily on techniques like koji
Filed under oddly satisfying.Ever wonder what happens when you pour molten salt — molten salt! — into a watermelon? Fear not, for the King of Random’s backyard mad scientist (and accused felon-explosives possessor) Jonat
The brilliant, food-loving, and thought-provoking artist and writer Maira Kalman talks about her ideal room-service breakfast in bed and her special love for chairs left out on the street. The brilliant, food-loving, and thought-provoking artist and
The ultimate Boston summer food festival might be Spectacle on Spectacle, which brings guests to Spectacle Island, part of the Boston Harbor Islands, for a food and drink extravaganza complete with a ferry ride to and from the island.Since last year,
  After checking out DaeBuDo, I had to go to the one everyone agrees is the “better” Korean seafood grill joint, Jae Bu Do. It’s located on Western next to a busy KBBQ… Continue reading →gril
If you haven’t been to Bordeaux in a while, you might be in for a shock, although it’s more like, you’ll be in for a treat. Previously considered a staid city, Bordeaux has rebooted itself, partially thanks to a tram sys
by Marc HurwitzA French restaurant in the heart of Boston is closing down, and it appears that it will not be replaced by another dining spot.According to an article from Eater Boston, Central Bistro in Downtown Crossing is shutting its door
And how do you like your wings? If you're like us, you probably love them every which way sweet, spicy, messy and more which is why we've compiled 11 of our favorite recipes just for you. You're welcome. noelle.carter@latimes.com @noellecarter
If you are planning to visit America soon, you should allow your taste to influence your choice of location. Whether you love BBQ dishes or Mexican infused cuisine, Americas multicultural cities will offer you great culinary adventures. While there a
The uptick is new after a multi-year sales slump. Among the benefits of frozen produce: it packs as much nutrition as fresh, but with less waste if you don't eat it right away. Read the rest of the story on Bay Area Bites
Mitchell and Charlotte Duke Mitchell Duke, who also played for the Australian National Football (Soccer) Team, is now in his 4th year at Shimizu S-Pulse Football Club in Shizuoka City, a member of the J1 League with a long tradition and history. He g
A 62-year-old North Carolina man is at the center of the bizarre, tragic incident.A North Carolina man is at the center of a bizarre, tragic incident at a steakhouse outside of Charlotte. Roger Self — a 62-year-old former cop turned busines
There's only one right way to eat chicken wings: Our resident wing fanatic explains how. There's only one right way to eat chicken wings: Our resident wing fanatic explains how. Read More
As we have entered the month that will kick off cookout season, it’s time to start thinking about burgers. Now I know we have not reached Memorial Day weekend yet, but I got burgers on the mind. This is a burger you kind of have to eat befo
  Cazadores is today’s featured Tequila Tuesday. I went to a Day of the Dead party last year that also honored celebrated graffiti artist Mister Cartoon. He designed a special label for them.… Continue reading →
We want to come and live underneath your bedroom window !...and thus ends the longest hiatus in the history of this blog! We haven't posted since that New Years day in icy Paterson, New Jersey. There are a lot of reasons for that. One is the simple r
by Marc HurwitzIt looks like a popular Back Bay spot for Thai food has closed down.According to a source, Chilli Duck on Boylston Street is no longer in business, with a sign out front saying that due to business conditions, the eatery is cl
One of Los Angeles most lauded chefs is headed to a shopping center in Orange County. Tony Esnault, the chef at the downtown L.A. French restaurants Spring and Church & State, and his wife and business partner Yassmin Sarmadi, plan to open Knife
Let me start by disclosing something. As soon as I saw the title of this book, and subtitle – Dinner: Changing the Game By Melissa Clark, I knew it was going to be a great book. With a title like that, how could it not be? It’s ec
When a bunch of Wall Street investors sniffed out a potential price fixing scheme in the poultry business, they bet against big chicken. Then they targeted a price index published in Georgia. Read the rest of the story on Bay Area Bites
I heard about a sushi bar in Encino with a name pretty impossible to google: Sushi | Bar. This is Phillip Frankland Lee's hidden omakase-only sushi bar behind Woodley Proper in Encino. Sushi | Bar has two seatings per night and only seats eig
Jess Shadbolt and Clare de Boer of King rep New York City.A month ago, Food and Wine’s Jordana Rothman unveiled her list of the Best New Restaurants, which included Gabe Stulman’s West Village restaurant, Fairfax. Today, she&r
Vietnamese-inspired meatballs are so quick, easy, and cheap to throw together that they're one of our go-to meals or midnight snacks. Vietnamese-inspired meatballs are so quick, easy, and cheap to throw together that they're one of our go-to meals or