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August 13, 1989
The "Five Summer Stories" were absolute gems, and the Colman Andrews Food column, "Repasts Remembered," was a delight--I cut out the potato-salad recipe for future indulgence. ELIZABETH KEATING San Diego
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1989 | Compiled by researcher Cecilia Rasmussen
The content of school lunches emerges periodically as a issue, such as when officials debate whether ketchup can be classified as a vegetable, whether it is unhealthy to serve whole milk to youngsters or--most recently--whether a chemical used on apples poses a danger to students. Here are the elementary schools lunch menus, and the cost, on a recent Tuesday in five communities around Los Angeles County and three regions of the Los Angeles Unified School District. ARCADIA--$1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1998
Re "Feud Involving Valli's Wife Investigated," Oct. 15. My advice to the Vallis and the Avalons is get over themselves. Everyone is made to feel special at the Secret Garden Restaurant. You are no better than anyone else and deserve no special attention. The Secret Garden is a wonderful place that I would highly recommend. When you take into consideration that the meal includes a delicious large bowl of soup, then is followed by a choice of salad (not one of which is a typical "American" salad of iceberg and a tomato)
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 25, 1990
Oh, I get it. A tossed salad commentary! Just throw up a half a dozen serious subjects, i.e., abortion, the Marine Mammal Protection Act, women murdered in the workplace, etc. (whose potential for serious debate could fill columns) and see where they land on a piece of paper. Add a pinch of paranoia; a dash of Republican rhetoric; a couple of cups of right-wing catch phrases and toss it all in a big bowl of hot air and top it off with a nice dressing of "moral insanity" (whatever that means)
HEALTH
February 22, 2010 | Jeannine Stein
You can dig into that dulce de leche cheesecake, but you can no longer hide. With a California law now mandating that chain restaurants provide customers with nutrition information, consumers are coming face to face with the calorie, fat and sodium content of their favorite restaurant dishes — numbers they've only been able to guess at before. That dulce de leche delight from the Cheesecake Factory? 1,010 calories per slice. A surely more prudent fajita fiesta pollo salad at Red Robin?
NEWS
July 4, 1987 | ROSE DOSTI, Times Staff Writer
Playing host at a Hollywood Bowl picnic? The season starts Tuesday with the gala opening and lasts until Sept. 12. That means you've got plenty of time to plan a picnic that will, in the best Hollywood Bowl tradition, outdo them all. And if you need help, you're in luck. More and more top Los Angeles chefs are adding take-out to their menus, and they're offering some of the hottest haute picnic baskets in town.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 1986 | Gary Jarlson
The Orange County district attorney's office Monday filed a complaint against a Santa Ana-based sandwich vendor for selling "potentially hazardous food" from which at least six persons allegedly became ill last summer. The action, which names Lori's Kitchen and its owners, Eric, Jeff and Charlene Johnson, all of Costa Mesa, seeks damages for selling certain foods which were kept at temperatures above the 45 degrees mandated by state law. Deputy Dist. Atty.
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