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2 cups white whole wheat flour ¼ cup old-fashioned oats, dry 1/3 cup sugar 2 ½ teaspoons baking powder ½ teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon Saigon cinnamon 6 tablespoons cold, unsalted butter, diced ½ cup whole milk + extra for glazing 1 teaspoon orange juice 1...
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This story by William Mullen orginally ran in the Aug. 17, 1986, Tribune Sunday Magazine. At 9:30 a.m. on Friday, June 13, three men left the entrance to Navy Pier and began moving west along Grand Avenue. The three were old soldiers, the point men...
LA Times MagazineA guide to the restaurants that built Southern California’s reputation for global breadth....
Money & CompanyAn upscale condominium complex that opened in 2009 in the heart of Little Saigon in Westminster has been placed in receivership and converted to apartments. The 136-unit development has been renamed Jasmine Place. The four-story complex has a French-...
email@example.comBill Young’s deployment to Vietnam as a legal officer in 1967 has morphed into a calling to help the poor of Southeast Asia. As a member of the Global Community Service Foundation, Young of Hagerstown said he and his wife, Frances, have traveled...
What started off 17 months ago as a modest banh mi stand inside the West Loop's French Market has become one of the city's most interesting Vietnamese restaurants. Saigon Sisters may have been born from a sandwich shop (which still operates in the French...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesMy husband, Robin, son Kai and I lived in Vietnam for a little more than two years. At first we found all the sounds of Ho Chi Minh City charming. Then annoying, as motorcycle engines, bus horns, loud karaoke music and construction noise erupted...
Tomorrow is Memorial Day, and today’s column is devoted to a prose poem by my good friend, 1st Lt. Mike Gray. My deep appreciation for permission to publish this special dedication to all those we honor on Memorial Day. The Silver Boxes No one...
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Lions, tigers, bears and a haunted house in Vietnam? It's not a fairy tale, and the only missing ingredient is a voice exclaiming, "Oh, my!" Lac Canh Dai Nam Van Hien is a $219-million amusement park that began construction in 1999 and opened Sept. 11,...
Tribune criticMatt Eversman has gotten a lot of positive attention in his seven months as executive chef at Saigon Sisters. Reviews have been positive to glowing (read my smiley-face take on his cooking here), and he recently was named Time Out Chicago's "Breakout Chef...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesDuring the four years I lived in Hanoi, where I was The Times' bureau chief in the late 1990s, I did a pretty good job of getting around Vietnam and exploring new places, from Can Tho in the southern Mekong Delta to Sapa on the northern border with China....
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