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World Cruise Ft. Lauderdale to Rome 107 Days 2010 Departure Date: Jan. 27 Cruise Ports: Fort Lauderdale, FL; Aruba; Cartagena, Colombia; Panama Canal, Panama; Puntarenas Quetzal, Guatemala; Acapulco, Mexico; Ixtapa (Zihuantanejo), Mexico; Topolobampo,...
Tags: Rome (Italy), Oman, Namibia, Florida, Australia
Who would have thunk? A dry Muscat from Malaga in southern Spain, better known for its luscious sweet wines? And yet Spanish wine importer Jorge Ordoñez and the late, great sweet wine producer Alois Kracher had the idea to try making a little dry wine...
By most counts, the new farmers market in Moorpark is pretty nondescript. Brand new (it only opened in June), it is modest in size, with about a dozen certified producers, and has been relatively quiet so far. But against all odds, this one small market...
The Encino farmers market remains the largest and best in the San Fernando Valley, with about 30 produce vendors. This count has held steady over the last decade, but the number of prepared foods and nonagricultural stands, selling everything from hot...
Wine of the week Selection: For those who like a white with a touch of residual sugar, the 2008 Ca' del Solo Muscat from California is a great choice. Produced by the highly regarded Bonny Doon Winery, this easy-to-like white is crisp, yet has a slight...
Entertainment reporterNewly opened, Wolfgang Puck's Five Sixty is one of the hottest and priciest restaurants in town. But starting next week, you can have a three course taste of the specialties for only $35. Executive Chef Sarah Johannes says, "We have a bunch of...
Tags: New Mexico, Fresno, Appetizers, Pork Chops, Dallas
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSTONEHILL TAVERN, the new restaurant at the St. Regis Resort Monarch Beach, is a kind of miracle. It's got just about everything: a great room, crisp service, inspired modern American cooking and an impressive wine program. But that's not the miracle,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTartine, llesque, smorrebrod, bruschetta.... whatever it's called, one thing is abundantly clear: The open-faced sandwich is internationally well liked. Walk through Paris' St.-Germain-des-Pres and you're bound to see a glamorous cafe patron lingering at...
Tags: Breads, Garlic, Lifestyle and Leisure, Chile, Onions
Total time: 15 minutes, plus marinating time Servings: 6 Note: From test kitchen director Donna Deane. You can substitute a sweet white wine such as Sauternes, Barsac, Monbazillac, Muscat de Rivesaltes or Muscat de St.-Jean-de-Minervois for the Muscat...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersSummer fruit pies are America's birthday cake. Just as the blueberries are ripening in Maine, the peaches blushing in Georgia and the olallieberries deep-purpling in Washington, we gather in backyards and on patios to cheer the founders and make best...
Tags: Raspberries, Washington (U.S. state), Butter, Fingers, Salt
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRoot beer floats poured table-side, a "milkshake program" created by a sommelier, spectacular sundaes layered with gelée, meringues and buttery sablé cookies. It's a whole new world of soda fountain desserts. If you've ever had the caramel copetta at...
Tribune criticPiedmontese wines are marketed three ways: by location, by grape variety and by both. A barbera d'Alba, for example, is pretty straightforward. It's a wine from Alba made from the barbera grape. But take a Barbaresco or a Barolo. Did you know both are...
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