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September 4, 2012 | By Betty Hallock
WHITE HOUSE BREW Home brewers petitioned for the recipes for White House honey ale (made with White House honey) and White House porter, and they got them. Craft beer geeks started a petition asking for the recipesĀ  (and followed up with a Freedom of Information Act request) for the White House brews, which were released in full Saturday. [The Washington Post ] WARHOL SOUP CANS Soup maker Campbell's has started selling a new limited-edition line of Warhol-themed condensed tomato soup cans at most Target stores across the country.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 17, 1988
Chef-to-the-chic Wolfgang Puck, hoping to expand his culinary ventures yet again, won City Council approval Wednesday to open a brewery restaurant in West Los Angeles despite strong objections from nearby residents. The epicurean entrepreneur and his partners in the Los Angeles Brewery Co. served up a healthy portion of lobbying to secure the approval, overcoming opposition from Councilman Marvin Braude, who represents the neighborhood, and his slow-growth allies.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 1, 2013 | By Mikael Wood
Kelis has taken up a new sound. Again. Three years after going EDM on her album "Flesh Tone" (which included collaborations with David Guetta and Boys Noize, among others), the shape-shifting singer announced that she's completed its follow-up, titled "Food" and due out in September, according to Pitchfork . Kelis, who broke out in the late '90s and early '00s with a series of adventurous R&B singles produced by the Neptunes, recorded the new disc with Dave Sitek of TV on the Radio.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 5, 1989 | CHARLES PERRY
With all those meats and breads that come smoking-fresh from tandoor ovens, to say nothing of all those spices and condiments, Indian food always sounds lively . Well, maybe not the dal part--the world is still more or less waiting for the first lively lentil puree--but basically it sounds lively. In principle . Nevertheless, Indian restaurants incline to solemnity, and when they want to put their best foot forward, it's the imperially rich cuisine of the Moghul courts.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 2, 1996 | MICHELLE HUNEVEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
During these chill winter evenings, I find myself craving coziness, good conversation and plates of hot, stick-to-your-ribs food. Comfort and comfort food. It's the season. So I listened as over the past few months, friends mentioned just such meals in a couple of Los Angeles restaurants. Off Vine has been around almost forever--or at least a decade, which by Los Angeles restaurant standards is forever. And Provencia opened just over a year ago.
NEWS
March 20, 1988 | SHELDON ITO and SCOTT HARRIS, Times Staff Writers
Andrew Hoffman, vice president of the Los Angeles Brewing Co., had reason to celebrate Thursday morning: Despite strong objections from nearby residents, the Los Angeles City Council had finally approved the brewery restaurant his company was planning with chef Wolfgang Puck. But Hoffman's mood was decidedly sober.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 8, 1998 | MAX JACOBSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If you wanted to see the essence of suburbia, you wouldn't go wrong checking out Bixby Knolls, a Long Beach neighborhood of tree-lined boulevards, three-bedroom ranch houses and the occasional corner mall. It also happens to be home to Mr. Que's Soul Express, a converted coffee shop that specializes in Southern comfort foods. Mr. Que's is nothing special to look at, just a brightly lit structure with a slanted roof. You sit either in narrow booths or at a 12-stool counter.
TRAVEL
August 11, 1985 | BEVERLY BEYER and ED RABEY, Beyer and Rabey are Los Angeles travel writers.
Mrs. O'Leary's cow may very well have done us all a favor when she kicked over that kerosene lamp and started the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. What emerged from the holocaust is a boisterous, bustling town with roots that go deep into our country's frontier past, telling us how it was as we pushed westward, mixing Anglo culture with that of pious French trappers, stoic German toolmakers and Irish gandy dancers swinging tools made by Chicago's now-defunct Gandy Manufacturing Co.
BUSINESS
August 30, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
While much of the food industry is churning out fat-free fare in doll-sized portions, Bridgford Foods Corp. is dishing up stick-to-your ribs comfort food such as frozen bread dough, sausages and buttermilk biscuits. But the hearty lineup has been a consistent seller, allowing the family-run company to survive and grow while other firms have been swept under or swallowed up by such food giants as Hormel Foods Corp. or ConAgra Inc.
TRAVEL
August 15, 2004 | Craig Nakano, Times Staff Writer
At times it's a curse, but whenever I hit the road, buried somewhere deep in my baggage is a big bundle of expectations. Take the Lodge at Torrey Pines, the only San Diego resort with AAA's five-diamond rating this year. I read accolades galore about its Arts and Crafts splendor, but the first time I walked into the underwhelming lobby, I wondered if one of those diamonds was really cubic zirconia.
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