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ENTERTAINMENT
February 24, 2000 | S. IRENE VIRBILA, TIMES RESTAURANT CRITIC
After closing briefly to remodel, Celestino Drago (Drago, Il Pastaio, Celestino) has essentially opened a new restaurant in the space where L'Arancino, his West Hollywood Sicilian, used to be. Sicilian cuisine just didn't go over there--and it's a real shame. There's a silver lining in that cloud, though, because his new concept, an Italian steakhouse called Celestino, is smart and appealing.
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FOOD
April 4, 2001 | ROSE DOSTI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
DEAR SOS: My best friend took me to the Sow's Ear Cafe in Cambria, Calif., where they served a wonderful dessert called White Velvet. We both loved it. It would be such a surprise for my friend if I prepared this dessert. Do you have the recipe? DAWN FINK Santa Barbara * DEAR DAWN: Now we do. Our request came through with a nice note from owner Bruce Block: "This is not one of our proprietary recipes, so we are happy to send it along."
NEWS
January 13, 2012 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
While Republican presidential nominees duke it out on endless debates and President Obama tweaks his reelection strategy, chef Gordon Ramsay is noisily taking over the world. Hotels and restaurants might as well just start hanging out "Gordon was here" signs to warn the rest of us. Here's what's been announced this week alone about happenings on Planet Gordon. The cranky charmer from "Hell's Kitchen" and "Kitchen Nightmares" will launch "Hotel Hell" on Fox in March -- yes, yet another reality TV show riven with dramatic spats in the "Hell" franchise.
MAGAZINE
May 4, 2008 | Laurie winer, Laurie Winer is a contributing editor at the magazine. Contact her at laurie.woner@latimes.com.
Hannah and Jeff Kirschner eat at Wilshire, the relaxed yet sophisticated restaurant in Santa Monica, at least once a week. It's hard to say which they love more--the food or the chef. The food is earthy and honest--wood-grilled steaks, tangerine-and-chili-spiked mussels, a dramatic deep-fried whole Thai snapper. The chef is their youngest son, Andrew.
FOOD
May 13, 2013 | By Betty Hallock and Donna Deane, Los Angeles Times Staff Writers
Who doesn't love a cucumber? Picklers, slicers, green or yellow, smooth or bumpy, thin- or thick-skinned, chubby Kirbys, little cornichons, English, Japanese, Persian. Good thing then that with the impending heat comes cucumber season. They peak with the tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and those other cucurbits, squashes and melons, but among all these, cucumbers are the most like Johnny Depp -- very, very cool. With their refreshing herbaceous flavor and their snappy crunch, cucumbers are exactly what we want to eat right now -- still (they've been cultivated for more than 3,000 years)
FOOD
July 20, 1995 | MICHELLE HUNEVEN
For better or worse, here's my definition of a dinner party: A group of people gathered together to eat . . . and a flaw. I have given countless dinner parties, privately and as part of a catering crew, and even, ever so briefly, as a catering company of one.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 10, 2010 | By S. Irene Virbila, Los Angeles Times Restaurant Critic
L.A. hipsters love a secret, and for now, Eveleigh in West Hollywood is it. Not that it has a secret phone number or that you need to know a Hollywood insider to score a reservation. The new restaurant from Aussies Nick Mathers, Lincoln Pilcher and Nick Hatsatouris is hidden in plain sight ? on the Sunset Strip. Yet even armed with the address, I drove past it three times, yes, making three U-turns before I realized that a patch of trees hid the place from view. Once the valets waved me in, I realized the only sign is the valet's (in small letters)
ENTERTAINMENT
November 22, 2007 | S. Irene Virbila
It's day three or four, and the kitchen at the new Toronto import, Terroni, is slammed. The pizza cook works the dough frantically, sliding pies into the pizza oven as fast as he can. Waiters pick up plates of pasta redolent of garlic, anchovy and tomato. And center stage in the large open kitchen, chef Fabio Moro directs the whole show beneath huge letters that spell out CUCINA in red.
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