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  • ... at the office lately... but despite what certain other food writers here at KCET might have you think, pumpkin is delicious, and it happens to be in season right now, so no, we can 't stop putting pumpkin in everything , pumpkin ...
  • ... far back into your memory to find the answer. It is zero. Never in your childhood did you wish that mom was cooking up pumpkin ... the "new pumpkin thing." They're not looking to buy a food or drink that tastes like a pumpkin , they're looking to buy back a ...
  • ... together -- how and why certain combinations work. One can only imagine that it's the result of countless failed combinations, but ... of Sriracha into a few spoonfuls of cream cheese. Stir in a tablespoon of finely chopped chives. This is great spread on a bagel and ...
  • ... as a little girl, a version of it--weekly classes at a public park, nothing my parents had to pay for, and in Inglewood, not ... and equality that theoretically makes everything we do okay. It isn't. There are many, many steps we have yet to learn. ...
  • ... be desired in the "healthy living" department. Sure, I can don a jacket and tie to dine with the elite on expertly-crafted pieces of ... in the parking lot of Del Taco. The point is, I'm not a food snob. I find something to love in foods of nearly every kind, ...
  • ... a lot of experience stealing, but the cookbook Lucid Food had just enough going for it that stealing became a very real ... she couldn't possibly come to dinner. I went into the kitchen with a heavy heart, a strainer full of expensive mushrooms and ...
  • ... Prep in Lincoln Heights is a dream come true for local food producers who are hoping to take their homemade, edible creations to the ... deliver super nutritious meals to your door in the SoCal area. Cook 4: Hi I'm Mo. I make spicy cheese dips. I don't ...
  • ... you find out that you don't. Sometimes the information can be too much. [scald=46896:kl_image_original_context ... afternoon, sitting on the steps at the end of his walkway. We 'd nod and speak, but I never knew his name, or he mine. It didn't feel ...
  • ... the mid-1980s Los Angeles that was slowly realizing that food need neither be flavorless and green nor a slavish rendition of French ... Development Brian Sullivan and Erin Murphy, Director of Public Relations, about the changes to the menu and the future of the ...
  • ... North America. Did you know... 1. The name " pumpkin " originated from pepon , the Greek word for "large melon." ... dating back to 5500 BC. 4. The pumpkin pie as we know it today did not start out that way. Early European settlers ... Every part of the pumpkin plant is edible. You can eat the leaves, flowers, flesh, and seeds. ...

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