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September 13, 1985
Back home after having been given up for lost during a 21-day ordeal adrift off the coast of Sumatra, Rickey Berkowitz and Judith Schwartz were met by a phalanx of reporters at Los Angeles International Airport. Berkowitz said she wanted pizza; Schwartz, potato salad, chopped liver and blintzes. Having enough water to drink was the biggest problem on the sea. "It was actually pretty funny because the first time it rained, it was so hot and we were really, really parched," Berkowitz said. "Judy .
December 11, 1986
Los Angeles County Sheriff Sherman Block is scheduled to head a panel of judges to determine the winner of a chopped liver contest sponsored by the Beverly-Fairfax Chamber of Commerce. Other judges invited are Los Angeles Councilmen Zev Yaroslavsky and John Ferraro. The event on Sunday is part of the chamber's eighth annual Festival of Lights.
September 12, 1996 | PAUL McLEOD
Cypress (0-0) vs. No. 7 Los Alamitos (0-0), Long Beach Veterans Stadium, 7 p.m. Enough already. Los Alamitos, which returns only five starters, has been the subject of a lot of speculation after a four-year run with a record of 50-3-1 and two Southern Section championships. True, the Griffins have a lot of new faces. Still, Coach John Barnes, one of the county's best, didn't build a 146-49-6 record on chopped liver. He feels confident in senior quarterback Sean Stein and new receivers.
December 19, 1993 | MAUREEN SAJBEL
Alongside the thin gruel of "Oliver Twist" and Miss Havisham's "Great Expectations" wedding cake, some of the most striking food images in the novels of Charles Dickens are, of course, the lush Christmas feasts. In "A Christmas Carol," for instance, Dickens' picture of the Cratchit family enjoying a holiday dinner in early Victorian London is, as "The Literary Gourmet" author Linda Wolfe puts it, "perhaps the most famous dinner scene in literature."
March 9, 1989 | KAREN GILLINGHAM, Gillingham is a Los Angeles-based food writer. and
Except in a few instances, such as a Monte Cristo, Reuben or club, sandwiches are usually named for their fillings. That's the way it should be, of course. I guess we could order a rye sandwich on chopped liver instead of chopped liver on rye, but it got started the other way around and now we're stuck with it. Still, the bread makes a big difference in how a sandwich tastes. In fact, without the bread there wouldn't even be a sandwich, would there?
January 21, 2000 | MIKE BRESNAHAN
It might not be the most professional phrase to add to a resume, but Jerry Mike can tack it on if he wants: Program fixer-upper. Mike, who turned around the girls' basketball program in six years at Glendale, is waving his wand at Valencia, where the girls' team is 12-6 and in first place in the Foothill League with a 4-0 record. The Vikings defeated preseason favorite Burroughs last week and demonstrated come-from-behind ability with a 54-51 victory over Canyon on Tuesday.
April 4, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Pete Rose, Mike Tyson, Oprah Winfrey--you're just chopped liver now. Stage Deli patrons, saying the three are among 10 famous people who no longer cut the mustard, have voted their sandwiches off the eatery's menu. "While the results were a dream come true for some, they were a nightmare for others," Stage co-owner Paul Zolenga said Tuesday. Comedians Shecky Greene and Nipsey Russell got the boot; the late Yankees Manager Billy Martin, once No. 1 in pinstripes and No.
June 2, 1993 | Ted Johnson, Times correspondent
Magazine on Apartments Launched: Apartment renters can feel like chopped liver when new home buyers enjoy low interest rates, tax breaks and property-owner status. But tenants these days have at least one less reason to feel ignored. The forces behind Homes For Sale Magazine have launched Apartment Homes For Rent, which aims at attracting tenants by mapping out Orange County rental communities and their amenities.
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