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  • “Matcha” Tops 2016 Ethnic-Centered Food Trends

    One of the “hot trends” of 2016 is born out this week with Matcha short bread at the HB Daisy, where stacks of matcha shortbread are selling like the hotcakes they resemble below.  Chef John Schenk makes sure that they have just the right amount of buttery bite. Backing the Everything from pickling to poke were in...

  • The Raymond 1886’s New Cocktail Menu Honors International Inventors, Innovators

    Editors note: We are featuring the new winter cocktail menu of the The Raymond 1886 as much because American regional inventors, innovators and legendary pioneers inspired it, as its creative team provided the most creative and tasty drinks of 2016. The program was established by original Cocktail Consultant and Barman Marcos Te...

  • L’Ami’s Best of Mediterranean Livens up Santa Monica Landmark

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) If L’Ami Restaurant is not landmark space, it should be.  These days, L’Ami Restaurant’s cuisine may be more Mediterranean than  former incarnations as  French-Canadian and Italian among others, and it once again feels classic and sunny. For starters, the appealing Mediterranean men...

  • L’Ami’s New Year’s Eve Menu Transports Diners to the Alps

    L’Ami’s menu celebrates the flavors and traditions of countries along the Mediterranean coastline.   For New Year’s Eve, 2016, Chef Francis Bey transports guests to the height of the Alps. Large parties are welcome, as well as private dining options, intimate gathering with family or friends, sophisticated reception ...

  • Chocolate (Honey) and Berries Are Best with — Almost Anything

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) In the changing cycle of food favorites, dried fruit is back in fashion.   It transforms baked goods,   ice cream sundaes and absolutely shines on cheese or charcuterie platters. Dried fruit company Stoneridge Orchards and leading honey company Savannah Bee offer the very best variations of their perfect i...

  • ITALY’S SPARKLERS AND A NOTE ON CHEESE

    Prosecco always seems like fun, more informal than Champagne, bright, casual, and often cheap. I was thrilled to find a bottle marked down to $5 at my supermarket. But later, I tasted Italian sparkling wines at their best....

  • Honey Bear Daisy Cafe Blooms with Best of East and West Coast

    Editors Note:  THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED as of 2017 About the only true thing about Honey Bear Daisy’s homey “cute” name is that the place is friendly.  Otherwise the refined American regional, rustic dishes are layered with international flavors, and the airy, soaring space overlooking the ocean is as spi...

  • Melissa’s Tea Room Café in Italy Captures British History

      Melissa’s Tea Room café, nestled in Liguria on the northwest Italian Riviera, has earned the reputation of being a travel destination.  In one visitor’s words, “an experience that people come from around the world to savor.”  It revitalizes the age-old tradition of a relaxing tea with cakes in beau...

  • Chef Oliver Ross’ New Zealand Snapper: “Whole for the Holidays”

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Award-winning New Zealand celebrity chef, Chef Oliver Ross, shares his simple and foolproof whole roasted snapper recipe that is sure to impress every holiday party guest.  The healthy dish is a novel and refreshing departure from preparing roasted fowl.   This  New Zealand Snapper brought to the table...

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