These best practices will make your Hanukkah (or Passover) brisket the most flavorful, tender brisket it can be.
Iced and decorated sugar cookies, gingerbread cookies, spicy molasses cookies, chocolate crinkles and cookies laced with eggnog are winter holiday classics.
Follow these best practices to help your Hanukkah (or Passover or Shabbat) brisket be the best it can be.
Starting with a 10-acre plot, Don Christopher's ranch became the largest garlic grower in the nation and the offbeat Garlic Festival its signature promoter.
The name 'Baja Sub' might not immediately scream 'great Sri Lankan food,' but guess what? It's got it. Isn't L.A. great?
Actor and comedian Drew Droege, who is gay, said a manager at the Echo Park restaurant El Compadre recently reprimanded him and his date for kissing.
Best Bet pizza to open in Culver City, a new cocktail bar from one of South Bay's top Italian restaurants, Sticky Rice expands, a festive holiday market and more.
Safely growing seafood in federal waters could help stabilize supply for consumers, drive job creation and meet the demand for sustainably sourced, nutritious protein.
This week's recommendations will take you to a Burmese food stall inside an Alhambra market and to the new Howlin' Ray's in Pasadena for chicken and waffles.
What some call the best fried chicken in New Orleans (or America) comes to L.A. The great-granddaughter of Willie Mae's founder opens her Venice restaurant on Lincoln Boulevard.
These hearty vegetarian chili recipes are a great way to warm up at the end of the day. Serve garnishes like cheese or sour cream on the side and you'll please vegans and carnivores alike.
A pair of street vendors along with a trio of community organizations sued the city on Wednesday, hoping to eliminate "no-vending" zones.
Golden latkes made with potatoes, squash and sweet potatoes are accompanied by a dip of yogurt, mint and date molasses. Plus, tips for making the best latkes.
Make these crispy, golden latkes using potatoes, squash and sweet potatoes. They take on the flavors of the Middle East when yogurt is mixed with mint and drizzled with date molasses and olive oil.
Here are this year's new Michelin star awardees in Los Angeles and greater California.
Backers say they have submitted more than enough for a ballot measure to overturn the law. A labor group alleges signatures were obtained fraudulently.
In this episode of "The Bucket List: Dumplings," we explore what we like to call Frankenstein dumplings with unexpected fillings like grilled cheese or tom yum soup.
This week's recommendations include a shareable French onion soup toast from Camphor in DTLA and spicy wontons from DK Lab in San Gabriel.
Grilled cheese or lobster roll? And how sandwiches are the perfect symbol for discussing life and loss on stage.
A generous amount of salt tames sweet peppermint and white chocolate in these festive holiday biscotti, inspired by Roman tozzetti.
Almonds, cacao nibs, coffee and toffee bits combine in these nutty, buttery shortbread bars inspired by Almond Roca candies.
Plus, a Krampus-themed holiday bar, new sushi lands in Beverly Grove, a forthcoming tapas spot and more.
Bar cookies are the simplest holiday treats to make, allowing the pan to do all the hard work and you to slice them to whatever size you prefer.
These are all the tools you need to ensure your bar cookies come out as beautiful — and neat — as possible.
Dates, molasses and turbinado sugar add a delicate bittersweetness to these chewy cookies inspired by British sticky toffee date cake, a holiday classic.
Tart raspberries and fresh orange juice add brightness to these layered bar cookies, based on British trifle and made with blondies and cream cheese.
Crystallized and ground ginger add double the spice to these traditional German cookies, glazed with icing and topped with red and green sprinkles.
Eggnog transforms into a luscious caramel to top brownies in this chocolaty and warming holiday cookie teeming with nutmeg, cloves and rum.
The acclaimed tasting menu restaurant is expected to make its surprise return in summer 2023 in West Hollywood.
In our weird global world, hipness is commodified and authenticity lost. But a culinary tour confirms South Korea's genius for reimagining pop culture.
This week's recommendations include a hearty stew that's perfect for the cold weather and what could be the best tuna sandwich in the universe.
The chefs behind Slow Burn hit the road with their mobile larder — jars of every bit of every ingredient preserved — toward a zero-waste future.
For 30 years, the Indio International Tamale Festival has allowed entrepreneurs the chance to showcase their food. We visit three to hear their stories.
A uniquely L.A. experience is happening weekly in Eagle Rock: a comedy show in a restaurant that actually rocks. Maybe it's the crispy sisig?
Try one of these recipes for turkey sandwiches, turkey soup, turkey pot pie and more. They won't even know they're Thanksgiving leftovers.
A burglary at Pasta Sisters restaurant leaves the family searching for their grandmother's stolen diary — a collection of memories and recipes.
Plus, a mezcal-forward restaurant and bar opens in Los Feliz, Evan Funke announces a three-story 'pasta palace' and more.
Carts, cash, recycled yogurt containers and making friends with vendors are just some of the ways pro shoppers conquer Los Angeles farmers markets.
On this week's episode of 'The Bucket List: Dumplings,' we visit Kang Kang Food Court to learn how to make sheng jian bao, then we head into our Los Angeles Times kitchen with dumpling chef and expert Britney Wang.
This week's recommendations include a decadent wedge of cheesecake in the downtown Arts District and fried chicken thighs from a pop-up turned bricks-and-mortar.
Vegetarian and vegan variations on Thanksgiving favorites like green bean casserole, mashed potatoes and sweet potatoes.
Famed chef Dominique Crenn helped the filmmakers create a culinary experience attuned to the tension between "givers" and "takers" at top restaurant.
Celebratory chicken and rice, potato gratin, roast pheasants and apple galette — these L.A. home cooks are making Thanksgiving their own.
Warming spices flavor chicken, rice and vegetables in this elaborate layered celebration dish from Palestine that's turned upside down to serve.
Fresh autumn fruits like persimmons, figs, grapes and pomegranate don the top of this silky smooth custard pie, an ode to classic French fruit tarts.
This apple galette recipe features sweet, caramelized apple compote and large wedges of fresh apple over buttery pastry for a simple but elegant French dessert.
Brined and roasted under bacon, pheasants are burnished and tender in this autumnal main dish, served with a vibrant sauce made from dried cranberries and juice.
Almonds and nutritional yeast flavor a nutty salad dressing that's ideal for drizzling over fall lettuce, along with pomegranate and sunflower seeds.
Cream and potatoes marry into a bubbling, rich gratin in this classic French dish, topped with Gruyère cheese that's broiled until melty and gooey.
If you aren't baking your own pies and instead want to pick up dessert for Thanksgiving, you're in luck ... but the clock is ticking.