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Clafouti is sprinkled with conflict. That, and powdered sugar. There's the clafouti versus clafoutis conundrum, which sets carefree final s-less Anglophones against stalwart s-conscious Francophones. There's the free-thinking naked-flan contingent...
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WGN NewsFilini Bar and Restaurant 221 North Columbus Drive Chicago (312) 477-0234 www.filinichicago.com To read more about the restaurant: www.metromix.com Chargrilled Tuna with Butternut Squash Caponata and Pomegranate Ingredients: 6 oz. ahi tuna 1/2 cup...
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Ripeness matters. Ask any rabid tomato or strawberry lover who spends most of the year in (wise) denial waiting for that perfect ripeness. So firm is the focus on the ripe that one could be forgiven for thinking ripeness is a moment as cruelly sharp as...
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Daily DishPie browning too quickly? Cover the crust with foil. Foil tenting is an old kitchen trick. If your food is coloring more quickly than it is cooking, foil can be a lifesaver....
Daily DishA mixture of ground nuts -- such as hazelnut and almonds-- sugar and liquid (egg whites and perhaps a liqueur), nut pastes are frequently added to baked cakes, tarts and pastries for added richness and flavor....
Daily DishCherries are one of those foods that inspire a feeding frenzy on first sightings. When you spot the first cherries in the market, it's almost an automatic reaction that you're going to buy a whole bag and wolf them down.......
The next time you're in Paris, drop your concern about carbs and surrender to sugar. The jewelry-like pastries these top-tier tastemakers turn out make it worth putting aside your intestinal fortitude for a bit of heaven. Pierre Hermé: In this chic...
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If you're lazily inclined to define Diane Keaton by the crossword-puzzle-sized word "actor," you need to get out more. Add to that her work as director and producer, photographer, restorer of venerable houses, board member of the Los Angeles Conservancy...
After March brought us a miraculous string of 80-degree days, Midwestern fruit farmers were praying for an equally miraculous April — one warm enough to protect all the vulnerable fruit blossoms coaxed into early bloom. But a punishing frost in the...
Special to the Los Angeles Times— Early cherries are reason enough to head to the farmers market, but be careful. Erratic winter chill, freezes during bloom, hail and late rains have made for a short crop of early cherries from the southern San Joaquin Valley. But there's still...
INGREDIENTS: 5 cherries, pitted 1 cherry, for garnish 3 leaves mint 1 sprig(s) mint, for garnish 1 hot chile, such as serrano, halved and seeded Ice 2 ounce(s) white rum 1 ounce(s) fresh lemon juice 1 ounce(s) Basic Simple Syrup 2 ounce(s) chilled club...
Special to the Los Angeles Times— It's always an event when "Farmer Al" Courchesne of Frog Hollow Farm shows up at the Santa Monica farmers market, where he'll be selling apricots and cherries for the next month. He's a celebrity farmer in the Bay Area, folksy yet sophisticated,...
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