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By Steve Kawaratani | April 10, 2009
Most gardeners are ready to plant their tomatoes, which are available at your favorite nursery now. Best Laguna varieties include Early Girl and Celebrity. If you are growing in containers, select Patio, a compact grower. Super Steak and Better Boy, planted in your tomato patch, are good choices for large fruit. Super 100 is a fine cherry tomato, Lemon Boy produces yellow fruit, and La Roma is planted for tomato paste. Purchase plants that are bushy, not leggy. Although beckoning with the promise of early harvest, avoid plants already in bloom or bearing fruit; they may not transplant well.
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January 9, 2004
Glori Fickling Celebrating a successful 25th anniversary this month, B.J.'s Restaurant & Brewery also celebrates Laguna Beach as its fourth venue out of 35 burgeoning establishments launched in Orange County circa 1979 and still growing. With thriving locations extending as far east as Texas, north to Oregon and west to Hawaii, the once-independent chain initially gained fame by introducing Chicago-style deep dish pizzas to the West Coast. It soon offered full-fledged restaurants, eventually featuring its own on-site breweries in nine different locations.
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April 9, 2004
Steve Kawaratani "Look, we're all the same; ... in the library he's paying his taxes, in the yard he's raising tomatoes ..." -- Arthur Miller "The fact [is] that you can't buy a decent tomato anymore." -- Calvin Trillin I knew it was time to plant tomatoes when I visited Jan's garden yesterday. Her new plants were already flourishing. Thus inspired, Catharine and I selected a six pack at the local garden center, which included the following: Early Girl and Celebrity, the best Laguna varieties.
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April 15, 2005
STEVE KAWARATANI "Look, we're all the same; ... in the library he's paying his taxes, in the yard he's raising tomatoes ... " -- Arthur Miller "The fact (is) that you can't buy a decent tomato anymore." -- Calvin Trillin "Tobacco is a dirty weed," the song goes; however, it perversely adds the admission, "I like it, I like it!" Fortunately, tobacco has some very likable and edible relatives, including the ubiquitous tomato. A culinary delight for centuries in the Americas, the tomato has been recognized as a useful vegetable for less than 200 years.
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December 26, 2003
Glori Fickling Established in 1968 on the romantic ocean front site of the two-story vacation home of late, famed actor-comedian Slim Summerville, the Beach House has continuously gained momentum as a dining destination for dedicated foodies seeking more than a wondrous vista of sprawling sand and sea. This is a site for delicacies presented with artistic flair -- the result of dedicated direction by the Pike family, ...
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By STEVE KAWARATANI | April 13, 2007
"Look, we're all the same ... in the library he's paying his taxes, in the yard he's raising tomatoes..." -- Arthur Miller "The fact (is) that you can't buy a decent tomato anymore." -- Calvin Trillin "Tobacco is a dirty weed," the song goes … however, it perversely adds the admission, "I like it, I like it!" Fortunately, tobacco has some very likable and edible relatives, including the ubiquitous tomato. A culinary delight for centuries in the Americas, the tomato has been recognized as a useful vegetable for less than two hundred years.
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November 26, 2004
Glori Fickling Achieving Zagat survey notoriety consistently for almost 10 years since opening in the summer of 1995, the phenomenal success of 230 Forest in Downtown Laguna Beach is further exemplified in the quartet of equally popular restaurants launched by dauntless co-owners over the last five years. Plaudits go to Marc Cohen, the indefatigable executive chef, quintessential hostess Terry Rothbard, architect Mark Singer and new-site negotiator Jules Swimmer.
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By Steve Kawaratani | April 10, 2009
Most gardeners are ready to plant their tomatoes, which are available at your favorite nursery now. Best Laguna varieties include Early Girl and Celebrity. If you are growing in containers, select Patio, a compact grower. Super Steak and Better Boy, planted in your tomato patch, are good choices for large fruit. Super 100 is a fine cherry tomato, Lemon Boy produces yellow fruit, and La Roma is planted for tomato paste. Purchase plants that are bushy, not leggy. Although beckoning with the promise of early harvest, avoid plants already in bloom or bearing fruit; they may not transplant well.
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