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October 9, 2009
Saag paneer is a classic Indian dish of spinach and fresh cheese. The fun and interesting part of this recipe is making your own cheese, which is surprisingly easy. Although we live right next to the largest Vietnamese community outside of Vietnam, many people have never sampled their cuisine. Also enjoy a lovely recipe for fish that will bring new tastes to your table. SAAG PANEER serves 6 Paneer ½ gallon whole milk ¼ cup vinegar or strained lemon juice 1. Bring milk to a boil until film appears.
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October 1, 2004
Glori Fickling At GoKo Cafe, menus are posted everywhere, from outside the door to all over the interior of this casual little storefront respite ... and with good reason. The bill of fare for this friendly mom and pop establishment is so extensive it usually takes novices some time to decide what to order from among the scads of traditional and international breakfast choices, the plethora of sandwiches, salads, snacks and beverages. It is immediately evident, however, that every item noted promotes a decidedly healthful approach to eating as promised with the words, "fresh, healthy, natural, homemade."
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | February 19, 2010
Restaurants everywhere are undergoing changes to accommodate the Great Recession. We certainly see that happening here in Laguna. For a brief time, French 75 was called ?75? and was moving toward contemporary California-style cuisine; but with the departure of chef Mitch Gillan and the re-takeover by Culinary Adventures, the restaurant is back to serving rich, classic French food, including the addition of entrée crèpes and, for the budget conscious, four small-plate versions of their entrées plus a three-course prix fixe menu for $30. On Mondays, the dinner menu is 50% off. Here, Taco Tuesday means crèpe specials, and Wine Wednesday has half off on selected bottles, served with a complimentary cheese plate.
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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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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | October 24, 2008
Elle’s 15-month-old grandson will eat nothing but bagels and blueberries these days. Terry’s daughter Emily lived on peanut butter and jelly and Kraft macaroni and cheese for a period of her life. Sound familiar? Children are notoriously picky eaters. Harriet Worobey, a childhood nutritionist at Rutgers, says fussiness about food is a normal part of childhood development. “Children are naturally neophobic — they have a distrust of the new.” In their frustration to get children to eat something, parents often cave in and feed their children McNuggets and Pop Tarts on the premise that something is better than nothing.
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By Joanna Clay | November 23, 2012
Lagunans looking for a juice fix soon will have two options downtown. The Planning Commission OK'd conditional use permits for two juice bars, Living Juice and Nekter Juice Bar. The former will occupy the previous Laguna Beach Dog Company space near the Lumberyard and the latter will replace the Golden Spoon on Broadway Street. Living Juice is based in Laguna Beach and is sold at the Saturday Farmer's Market. Owner Jamie Jensen has been running the business online for a year.
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By ELLE HARROW | February 8, 2007
cpt-aboutfood09... dinner. What? It wasn't the first thing that leapt to your mind? Well, maybe it should have been. For thousands of years, food has been reputed to have aphrodisiacal properties. According to his memoirs, Casanova fueled his 122 escapades with a breakfast of 50 oysters and a heap of chocolate. There is some basis to the legend. Faced with undernourished populations, the first aphrodisiacs, most notably oysters, had a high nutritional value, rich in phosphorus, iodine and zinc.
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By ELLE HARROW AND TERRY MARKOWITZ | December 29, 2006
For many years, Italian food in America meant "red sauce" cuisine: spaghetti and meatballs, manicotti or lasagna. But the second coming of Italian restaurants that reached its peak about five years ago, when it seemed that every other new restaurant was Italian, brought a new sensibility. This recent wave is typified by an extensive variety that represents all the regions of Italy. Perhaps, one of the reasons for its popularity is that Italian cuisine is about the freshest local ingredients, simply prepared.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | February 19, 2010
Restaurants everywhere are undergoing changes to accommodate the Great Recession. We certainly see that happening here in Laguna. For a brief time, French 75 was called ?75? and was moving toward contemporary California-style cuisine; but with the departure of chef Mitch Gillan and the re-takeover by Culinary Adventures, the restaurant is back to serving rich, classic French food, including the addition of entrée crèpes and, for the budget conscious, four small-plate versions of their entrées plus a three-course prix fixe menu for $30. On Mondays, the dinner menu is 50% off. Here, Taco Tuesday means crèpe specials, and Wine Wednesday has half off on selected bottles, served with a complimentary cheese plate.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 9, 2009
Saag paneer is a classic Indian dish of spinach and fresh cheese. The fun and interesting part of this recipe is making your own cheese, which is surprisingly easy. Although we live right next to the largest Vietnamese community outside of Vietnam, many people have never sampled their cuisine. Also enjoy a lovely recipe for fish that will bring new tastes to your table. SAAG PANEER serves 6 Paneer ½ gallon whole milk ¼ cup vinegar or strained lemon juice 1. Bring milk to a boil until film appears.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | October 24, 2008
Elle’s 15-month-old grandson will eat nothing but bagels and blueberries these days. Terry’s daughter Emily lived on peanut butter and jelly and Kraft macaroni and cheese for a period of her life. Sound familiar? Children are notoriously picky eaters. Harriet Worobey, a childhood nutritionist at Rutgers, says fussiness about food is a normal part of childhood development. “Children are naturally neophobic — they have a distrust of the new.” In their frustration to get children to eat something, parents often cave in and feed their children McNuggets and Pop Tarts on the premise that something is better than nothing.
NEWS
October 1, 2004
Glori Fickling At GoKo Cafe, menus are posted everywhere, from outside the door to all over the interior of this casual little storefront respite ... and with good reason. The bill of fare for this friendly mom and pop establishment is so extensive it usually takes novices some time to decide what to order from among the scads of traditional and international breakfast choices, the plethora of sandwiches, salads, snacks and beverages. It is immediately evident, however, that every item noted promotes a decidedly healthful approach to eating as promised with the words, "fresh, healthy, natural, homemade."
NEWS
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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