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February 3, 2011
Pribram to speak at Exchange Club James Pribram, environmentalist, surfer and Coastline Pilot columnist, will appear at the next meeting of the Laguna Exchange Club, 12:15 p.m. Thursday at Watermarc Restaurant, 448 S. Coast Hwy. Pribram will describe his trips in 2010 to the site of the BP oil platform disaster and to the mid-Atlantic gyre, where floating plastics have created a growing environmental problem. Pribram will be honored as athlete of the year in the Laguna Beach Patriots Day Parade on March 5. He is also the proprietor of the Aloha School of Surfing.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | October 2, 2009
If you get the answering machine at Café Zoolu, mellow Mike, owner, executive chef, chef de cuisine and sous chef, will tell you that you have reached the home of the best swordfish on the planet. It may sound boastful but we heartily concur, as do Zagat and just about everybody else who?s tasted it. This modest little neighborhood hangout, for those in the know, has been serving up this remarkable fish along with other tasty dishes for the past 16 years. Mike Leech is always at the grill cooking and his wife, Toni, is always in the front multi-tasking with a lovable brashness, keeping order amid chaos in this cramped, bustling, lively establishment.
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By: | September 2, 2005
Friends of the Hortense Miller Garden are holding their annual fall plant sale from 8 a.m. to noon Sept. 10 at the Laguna Farmer's Market in the Lumberyard parking lot at Forest Avenue and Laguna Canyon Road. Most of the plants are propogated from Miller's 46-year-old garden. They include many old-fashioned begonias and rare succulents. Miller's "signature" plant, the Johannesburg lily, a deep rose-pink Belladonna Amaryllis, will be for sale. Christmas Amaryllis can be ordered at this time, but will not be available until November.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | August 24, 2007
A few years ago we wrote an article about the perfect peach. This article might be titled “The Imperfect Peach.” This has been a particularly good season for stone fruit and the Laguna Farmer’s Market has featured a plethora of tasty varieties at reasonable prices. Many of you may have bought more than you could chew and find yourself with a bowl or refrigerator drawer filled with overripe fruit that you would really hate to throw out but are reluctant to eat. On the other hand, you may have fruit that is too hard or not sweet enough.
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By: Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | August 26, 2005
"It's not a crust; it's a canvas." In 1986, the day before the first Z Pizza was to open, the charming and very chatty Sid Fanaroff said that he and his then partner Suzie Megroz still hadn't figured out how to make dough in quantity. She had told him that she knew how to make pizza, but it was really pastry dough for a French onion tart -- which looks like a little pizza. When the giant dough mixer and oven were finally in place, Sid experimented with the recipe that came with the mixer.
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July 26, 2002
Dining Out This charming trattoria in Downtown Laguna Beach, launched in March 1993, is among some half dozen survivors of the era when Italian restaurants had reached a local crescendo. On the brink of a 10th anniversary, the dedicated husband/wife team, Fernanda and Angelo Capraro, who met in their native Monte Cassino as children, have much to celebrate. Their two-story Villa Romana, which offers delightful upstairs terrace dining during the current summer season, has surpassed their reputation for authentic Italian cuisine.
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By STEVE KAWARATANI | May 25, 2007
Of the approximately 300,000 known species found in the plant kingdom, nearly 2,000 have been identified for culinary, fragrance or physics uses. Nature, in her infinite wisdom, has given us a bounty of useful plants that make our lives more enjoyable — we need only to experience them. Before you rush down to your favorite nursery and select a plethora of herbs at random, think about the kind of herbs you wish to grow. Most of us are not herbalists, and we grow herbs mainly for culinary uses and simply because they're intriguing and fun. One might decide to grow herbs solely for their fragrance or for their medicinal qualities.
NEWS
July 29, 2005
SPICY LEMON CHICKEN LINGUINE serves 4 2 teaspoons plus 2 tablespoons olive oil, divided4 lemon cilantro chicken sausages 1 pound linguine 1 tablespoon salt 1/2 serrano chile, seeded and finely chopped (or to taste) 1 1/2 teaspoons chopped garlic 1/4 cup chicken broth 1 cup ricotta cheese 1/2 bunch fresh cilantro (stems removed), chopped zest of one large lemon, grated 3 tablespoons Parmesan cheese, grated salt to taste DIRECTIONS 1. Put the two teaspoons of olive oil in a pan that will accommodate the sausages.
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August 15, 2003
DINING OUT There is probably a no more definitive Greek dining destination in all Orange County than the fascinating Aegean Cafe. Dramatically perched atop the Collection shopping center in Downtown Laguna Beach, the restaurant commands a view of the Pacific Ocean and of the surrounding hillside, too, all fascinatingly reminiscent of the picturesque islands of Greece. Opened in 1991, the Aegean Cafe was acquired seven years ago by young entrepreneur Jim Marutsous, whose knowledge of the Balkan seaside country came by way of his Athenian-born parents.
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February 3, 2011
Pribram to speak at Exchange Club James Pribram, environmentalist, surfer and Coastline Pilot columnist, will appear at the next meeting of the Laguna Exchange Club, 12:15 p.m. Thursday at Watermarc Restaurant, 448 S. Coast Hwy. Pribram will describe his trips in 2010 to the site of the BP oil platform disaster and to the mid-Atlantic gyre, where floating plastics have created a growing environmental problem. Pribram will be honored as athlete of the year in the Laguna Beach Patriots Day Parade on March 5. He is also the proprietor of the Aloha School of Surfing.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | October 2, 2009
If you get the answering machine at Café Zoolu, mellow Mike, owner, executive chef, chef de cuisine and sous chef, will tell you that you have reached the home of the best swordfish on the planet. It may sound boastful but we heartily concur, as do Zagat and just about everybody else who?s tasted it. This modest little neighborhood hangout, for those in the know, has been serving up this remarkable fish along with other tasty dishes for the past 16 years. Mike Leech is always at the grill cooking and his wife, Toni, is always in the front multi-tasking with a lovable brashness, keeping order amid chaos in this cramped, bustling, lively establishment.
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