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Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticWhen the first AOC opened a decade ago, nobody quite knew what to make of the place, a wine bar near the original Farmers Market that seemed to specialize in cured meats, salads and lots of tiny dishes that reflected the flavors of coastal Italy and...
Drive far enough for your radio presets to go fuzzy, where newspaper boxes and area codes look unfamiliar, and your car ride can now be deemed a road trip. An hour from downtown Chicago is that placid slice of northern Indiana and southwestern...
Tags: Tomatoes, Pizzas, Labor Day, Travel, Lifestyle and Leisure
Got rice? Well, you've got dinner. Options, that is. We've got three ways to cook the rice you have hiding in the cupboard -- in an hour or less -- along with a bunch of other easy dinner recipes. Love bacon? This velvety risotto incorporates the deep...
Tags: Salt, Cilantro, Tomatoes, Onions, Lifestyle and Leisure
Of course you are familiar with the phrase “bring home the bacon,” but did you know it now has an international meaning? Seems that a Chinese meat processing company has agreed to pay $4.7 billion to buy Smithfield Foods Inc., a U.S. firm...
Staff writerComing Friday to Dunkin’ Donuts menu boards: Glazed doughnut breakfast sandwiches. You heard that right. It’s a fried egg and cherrywood-smoked bacon inside a split glazed yeast ring doughnut. With 360 calories and 20 grams of fat, it&...
For more than three decades, Chris' Family Restaurant has been cooking up comfort-style fare for moms, dads, kids and grandparents in the Lehigh Valley. The diner-style eatery — one of just a few local restaurants open around the clock seven days a...
Not that my memory is slipping or anything, but I was surprised, bordering on astonished, to realize that mk restaurant is in its 15th year. Though it won't arrive until late November, the impending anniversary has the restaurant in a celebratory mood...
Paula Deen finally got her face on some butter, y'all! The Food Network's mayo-slinging, butter queen with a drawl has started selling her own brand of butter at Wal-Mart. And her smiling face is on every package. After announcing more than a year ago...
Tags: Recipes, Paula Deen, Butter, Food Network (tv network), Diabetes
Eggs for dinner? Yes. They're not just for breakfast -- eggs work well in so many dishes, and they're so easy to prepare. (And no, you don't have to love "Pink Flamingos" or Edith Massey - the egg-loving mother in the John Waters film - to enjoy them...
Tags: Salt, Eggs Benedict, Cheese, Lifestyle and Leisure, Lemons
The summer moviegoing season is a time for superheroes, explosions — and marketing tie-ins. Some are a common-sense pairing of cinema and brand — "Fast & Furious 6" and Dodge, "The Hangover: Part III" and Caesar's Palace Las Vegas —...
Many people heading to Riverside make a beeline for the Mission Inn and spend the weekend at its spa, restaurants and pool. They barely venture outside, and that's a shame because, as my husband and I discovered, downtown Riverside has blossomed into a...
Faced with rising costs and unrelenting pressure to improve its performance, McDonald's is tinkering with aspects of its vaunted Dollar Menu, testing a price increase for its McDouble sandwich and add-on options like bacon on the McChicken sandwich for an...
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