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Times Staff Writer2007-08-02 13:05:05.0 Administrator2: Welcome, Russ! What's new this week? 2007-08-02 13:07:10.0 Russ Parsons: The main thing I'm thinking about right now are all of the wonderful fruits and vegetables in the farmers markets. Tomatoes, eggplant, peppers,...
Tags: Potatoes, Garlic, Wolfgang Puck, Entertainment, Los Angeles
Special to The Times++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ Summer is the season of smells. Sure, spring has its share, but they amount to one shimmering note in the key of green -- and the aromas of autumn and winter are subtle, restrained by cool weather or...
Tags: Salads, New Zealand, Honey, Argentina, Australia
Argentina Authorities in Misiones province have begun mass vaccinations to combat yellow fever, which killed a farmworker recently in a rural region near the border with Paraguay and Brazil. The man's death came nine months after the fever killed a...
By JENNIFER C. YATES and SETH BORENSTEIN, Associated Press Writers Thu Jul 24, 7:13 AM ET PITTSBURGH - The head of a prominent cancer research institute issued an unprecedented warning to his faculty and staff Wednesday: Limit cell phone use because...
In the Roussillon, Jean Gardiès is known for his intense and pure Syrah, Mourvedre and old-vines Grenache. But he also makes a lovely Muscat Sec, or dry muscat, which makes a terrific summer aperitif wine. Fragrant and sweet with the scents of white...
Times Staff WriterSome people say you should thump them. Some say you should give them a sniff. Some claim the secret is all in the skin. Some tell you to play with their bellybuttons. They're all right and they're all wrong when it comes to choosing melons. It seems...
From Wire ReportsBRUSSELS, Belgium - NATO allies agreed yesterday to provide the United States with all the assistance requested as it prepared a military response to the attacks on New York and Washington. The 18 other allies agreed to U.S. requests for unlimited use of...
Tags: Defense, U.S. Military, Cairo (Egypt), Taliban, France
Special to The TimesAt some indefinite moment between day and night, clocks in the cities and towns of France stop ticking for the millions of people who've paused for an aperitif. In bustling brasseries and sleepy cafes, modest living rooms and airy patios, they've set...
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