February 27, 2013 |
Morrissey may be the man with a thorn in his side, but Jimmy Kimmel has a message for the tortured British singer: Come make your "dumb statements" on my show. Morrissey - former frontman for 1980s rockers the Smiths - canceled an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" this week because the guest list included the stars of "Duck Dynasty," who created a business making duck calls used by hunters. Morrissey, a longtime vegetarian and animal-rights activist, said he couldn't appear alongside people he considers "animal serial killers.
December 30, 2010
Think you can't get really smoky barbecue except from an outdoor pit? L.A. Times Test Kitchen manager Noelle Carter explored the possibilities of indoor smoking this year and found that with a heavy-duty roasting pan, a rack and a lid, you can come pretty dang close. In fact, the trick is not oversmoking. Give them an hour over wood chips, and then switch them to a slow oven to finish. One of the things that makes these ribs so good is the spice rub made with New Mexico chile powder and the final "mop" of distilled vinegar and mustard.
November 23, 2012 |
Wondering why Tim Tebow didn't play in the New York Jets' 49-19 loss to the New England Patriots on Thanksgiving? He has two broken ribs. "They need a little time to get better," Tebow after the game, adding that the broken ribs are making it more difficult for him to breathe. Tebow has had a limited role in the Jets' offense this season after being acquired from the Denver Broncos in March. He was expected to add a dynamic element to the offense, particularly in the wildcat package, but he is averaging only about seven plays on offense.
September 2, 2011 |
The Democratic National Convention is now a year away . It opens Sept. 3, at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, N.C. . . . . The Republicans meet the week of Aug. 27 , in Tampa, Fla. . . . . Pacific swordfish, Maine lobster or spice-rubbed pork ribs are your choices at the Peninsula Beverly Hills weekend barbecue, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, 5-9 p.m. Three-course meals run $59, (310) 975-2855 . . . . Not that we'd ever advocate such behavior but an Amsterdam escort agency is promoting Mile High Sex Flights . Insert your own "fasten seat belt" joke here _______________ . . . . Tickets are now on sale for the sixth annual Sierra Oro Farm Trail Passport Weekend, a self-guided tour that includes tastings at 11 wineries and farm-fresh food sampling at 17 farms in Butte County, north of Sacramento.
May 6, 2010 |
Dear SOS: Will the Urban Tavern Restaurant in the Hilton Union Square, San Francisco share with you and all of us? We had "braised baby back ribs" served over a large-grain type of couscous. The ribs have interesting spices, like allspice, and were so tender we were able to eat them with a fork! I would love to know more about the grain they used too. It was tasty, and just the right accompaniment for the ribs. Lucia Arias Northridge Dear Lucia: We loved these tender, braised ribs, richly flavored yet bright with notes of fennel, coriander, ginger and nutmeg and slow-cooked over a bed of diced apple and celery hearts.
August 28, 2013 |
Veteran NASCAR driver Bobby Labonte suffered three broken ribs in a cycling accident Wednesday morning and won't participate in this weekend's race in Atlanta, said his firm, Bobby Labonte Enterprises. The accident happened while Labonte, 49, was riding his bicycle near his home in Trinity, N.C. He was taken by ambulance to a hospital. Details of the accident were not disclosed. Labonte had no other injuries but was being held overnight for observation. Mike Bliss will replace Labonte this weekend in the No. 51 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car fielded by Phoenix Racing, the announcement said.