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FOOD
July 14, 2012
  Total time: 1 hour, 10 minutes, plus chilling time for the soup Servings: This makes a scant 2 quarts soup Note: This recipe calls for the use of a chinois, a very fine strainer; chinois are available at cooking and restaurant supply stores, as well as online. This recipe also calls for a juicer; juicers are generally available at home and kitchen supply stores, as well as online (the Test Kitchen tested the recipe using a blender instead of a juicer, and passed the purée through a strainer)
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SPORTS
February 10, 2014 | By Mike DiGiovanna
A potentially nasty legal battle between Angels slugger Albert Pujols and former St. Louis Cardinals slugger Jack Clark was avoided Monday when Clark issued a public apology for last summer's comments accusing Pujols of using performance-enhancing drugs. Pujols, in turn, said he would drop the defamation lawsuit he filed in St. Louis County in October that accused Clark of disseminating “malicious, reckless and outrageous falsehoods” about him in an attempt to “generate attention and ratings” for Clark's new sports-radio talk show.
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NEWS
March 26, 2013 | By Russ Parsons
When I was just getting started cooking, fresh pasta was my thing. I mean, really my thing. To an extent I now regard as utterly ridiculous (finally agreeing with what my wife was saying 30 years ago). I'd make fresh pasta almost every night for dinner and had actually gotten the process down to the point that I could turn out fettuccine from scratch in 30 minutes. Blitz some flour and a couple eggs in the food processor to make a dough (standard 3/4 cup flour for every egg, per my bible at the time “ The Romagnoli's Table ”)
SPORTS
October 4, 2013 | By Mike DiGiovanna
Angels slugger Albert Pujols followed up on his threat of legal action against former St. Louis Cardinals star Jack Clark, filing a suit in Missouri on Friday over comments Clark made accusing Pujols of using performance-enhancing drugs. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch first reported news of the suit on its website. Clark, who began working as a sports-radio talk show host at WGNU-AM in St. Louis in early August, said he based his accusations on conversations he had with Chris Mehlfeld, Pujols' former personal trainer who worked with the Dodgers when Clark was the team's hitting coach in 2000.
NEWS
September 26, 1986 | REMAR SUTTON
I have been gaining weight quietly for about six years--grains of sand steadily piling up. The insidiousness of the change made it even worse, for I was never bothered by the gains--except when I changed closets each season. In 1980, my winter 32s seemed tight. In 1982, spring 34s just wouldn't fasten. Thirty-sixes felt nice in 1983, tight in 1984 and caused strangulation and a move up to 38s in the spring of 1985.
SPORTS
February 10, 2014 | By Mike DiGiovanna
A potentially nasty legal battle between Angels slugger Albert Pujols and former St. Louis Cardinals slugger Jack Clark was avoided Monday when Clark issued a public apology for last summer's comments accusing Pujols of using performance-enhancing drugs. Pujols, in turn, said he would drop the defamation lawsuit he filed in St. Louis County in October that accused Clark of disseminating “malicious, reckless and outrageous falsehoods” about him in an attempt to “generate attention and ratings” for Clark's new sports-radio talk show.
SPORTS
October 4, 2013 | By Mike DiGiovanna
Angels slugger Albert Pujols followed up on his threat of legal action against former St. Louis Cardinals star Jack Clark, filing a suit in Missouri on Friday over comments Clark made accusing Pujols of using performance-enhancing drugs. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch first reported news of the suit on its website. Clark, who began working as a sports-radio talk show host at WGNU-AM in St. Louis in early August, said he based his accusations on conversations he had with Chris Mehlfeld, Pujols' former personal trainer who worked with the Dodgers when Clark was the team's hitting coach in 2000.
NEWS
August 9, 2013 | By Mike DiGiovanna
CLEVELAND - A former personal trainer for Angels slugger Albert Pujols strongly denied accusations by former major leaguer Jack Clark that Pujols used performance-enhancing drugs during his early days with the St. Louis Cardinals. “I haven't even talked to Jack Clark in close to 10 years - his statements are simply not true,” Chris Mihlfeld, who worked with the Dodgers in 2000, when Clark was the team's hitting coach, wrote in an email to The Times. “I have known Albert Pujols since he was 18 years old, and he would never use illegal drugs in any way. I would bet my life on it and probably drop dead on the spot if I found out he has. As before, once again, both Albert and myself have been accused of doing something we didn't do,” Mihlfield wrote.
FOOD
February 13, 1986
Cuisinarts Inc. has announced a request that all purchasers of its Super Citrus Juicer Attachment return the attachment, which was introduced last November, in exchange for a new, improved model. Carl G. Sontheimer, president, said: "The Cuisinart Super Citrus Juicer is both safe and efficient when used in accordance with the instructions but we want to make sure that it is safe even when not used as directed.
FOOD
May 14, 2003 | Jennifer Lowe, Times Staff Writer
SOME say that for the best fresh juice, one must unplug. That's why you'll find a new crop of hand-powered citrus juicers alongside the electric models. They fall into two camps: those that look high-tech and muscular and those with a simple style hearkening to old-fashioned kitchens stocked with other painstaking gadgets such as cherry pitters and hand-crank nut grinders.
NEWS
August 9, 2013 | By Mike DiGiovanna
CLEVELAND - A former personal trainer for Angels slugger Albert Pujols strongly denied accusations by former major leaguer Jack Clark that Pujols used performance-enhancing drugs during his early days with the St. Louis Cardinals. “I haven't even talked to Jack Clark in close to 10 years - his statements are simply not true,” Chris Mihlfeld, who worked with the Dodgers in 2000, when Clark was the team's hitting coach, wrote in an email to The Times. “I have known Albert Pujols since he was 18 years old, and he would never use illegal drugs in any way. I would bet my life on it and probably drop dead on the spot if I found out he has. As before, once again, both Albert and myself have been accused of doing something we didn't do,” Mihlfield wrote.
NEWS
March 26, 2013 | By Russ Parsons
When I was just getting started cooking, fresh pasta was my thing. I mean, really my thing. To an extent I now regard as utterly ridiculous (finally agreeing with what my wife was saying 30 years ago). I'd make fresh pasta almost every night for dinner and had actually gotten the process down to the point that I could turn out fettuccine from scratch in 30 minutes. Blitz some flour and a couple eggs in the food processor to make a dough (standard 3/4 cup flour for every egg, per my bible at the time “ The Romagnoli's Table ”)
FOOD
July 14, 2012
  Total time: 1 hour, 10 minutes, plus chilling time for the soup Servings: This makes a scant 2 quarts soup Note: This recipe calls for the use of a chinois, a very fine strainer; chinois are available at cooking and restaurant supply stores, as well as online. This recipe also calls for a juicer; juicers are generally available at home and kitchen supply stores, as well as online (the Test Kitchen tested the recipe using a blender instead of a juicer, and passed the purée through a strainer)
FOOD
May 14, 2003 | Jennifer Lowe, Times Staff Writer
SOME say that for the best fresh juice, one must unplug. That's why you'll find a new crop of hand-powered citrus juicers alongside the electric models. They fall into two camps: those that look high-tech and muscular and those with a simple style hearkening to old-fashioned kitchens stocked with other painstaking gadgets such as cherry pitters and hand-crank nut grinders.
HOME & GARDEN
March 28, 1998 | TERRY KOVEL and RALPH KOVEL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The first time a chest of drawers wasn't shaped like a simple box was in the late 19th century. The ratio of interior space to the amount of wood needed to enclose it is best if it is a cube. But against a wall, a deep chest took too much space in the center of the room. Designers altered the proportions to the shape most often seen today. Art nouveau designers felt economy was not important, and they favored strange rounded shapes for chests and desks.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 12, 1992 | PETER RAINER, Peter Rainer is a Times staff writer.
In the vicious thriller "Unlawful Entry," a deranged L.A. cop, played by Ray Liotta, fixates on the comfortably middle-class couple he is supposedly protecting--he terrorizes the husband and tries to make whoopee with the wife. In "Lethal Weapon 3," Mel Gibson and Danny Glover are once again barreling through a crash-and-burn fest in gang-ridden L.A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 12, 1985 | STEPHANIE CHAVEZ, Times Staff Writer
Every morning, Mary Walker ignores the 300 citrus-fruit squeezers displayed throughout her Sherman Oaks home and reaches instead for a can of tomato juice. "I really don't like to hand squeeze oranges," she admitted, burying her face in her hands with a embarrassed laugh. "I tend to drink tomato juice." Walker's embarrassment is understandable. She's the founding member and national president of a 150-member group that calls itself the National Reamer Collectors Assn.
FOOD
July 28, 1988 | MINNIE BERNARDINO, Times Staff Writer
A citrus juicer can be a real blessing on a sweltering active day when you need to cool off and get energy from a nourishing cold citrus beverage. When it comes to speed and totally extracting all that precious juice for a healthy orange, lemon, lime or grapefruit drink, I vote for the electric juicer. There are many electric juicers available and they all seem to work efficiently. Squeezing into the electric juicer shelves is a newcomer that has recently joined the U.S.
FOOD
July 28, 1988 | MINNIE BERNARDINO, Times Staff Writer
A citrus juicer can be a real blessing on a sweltering active day when you need to cool off and get energy from a nourishing cold citrus beverage. When it comes to speed and totally extracting all that precious juice for a healthy orange, lemon, lime or grapefruit drink, I vote for the electric juicer. There are many electric juicers available and they all seem to work efficiently. Squeezing into the electric juicer shelves is a newcomer that has recently joined the U.S.
NEWS
September 26, 1986 | REMAR SUTTON
I have been gaining weight quietly for about six years--grains of sand steadily piling up. The insidiousness of the change made it even worse, for I was never bothered by the gains--except when I changed closets each season. In 1980, my winter 32s seemed tight. In 1982, spring 34s just wouldn't fasten. Thirty-sixes felt nice in 1983, tight in 1984 and caused strangulation and a move up to 38s in the spring of 1985.
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