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To brine or not to brine, that is the question. Robert L. Wolke, in his book "What Einstein Told His Cook," says, "Brining seems to be all the rage these days, as if the world's chefs and food writers have suddenly discovered salt water, like Balboa...
Tags: Pacific Ocean, Garlic
The consistently good food and the changing seasonal menu keep bringing us back to Nirvana Grille in Laguna Beach. This attractive, comfortable space is divided into the bar area with tall communal tables for eating and drinking and the cozy dining room....
Gayle Clauson's guide dog is loyal and thorough. Rocca, a 2-year-old yellow Labrador, has been with Clauson, who is blind, since June. Things have been working out great so far. But this Saturday in Dana Point, Rocca's otherwise top-notch training might...
Tags: Blindness, Car Guides and Reviews
On Aug. 8, a celebration unfolded that marked the 49th anniversary of a most respected local cultural force. South Coast Repertory held its 34th annual gala celebrating exemplary theater for local audiences, often attracting national acclaim. Not to be...
The owner of six pet chickens in Corona del Mar claims a neighbor spread salt in his backyard — an attack he says could jeopardize the hens' health. "Initially, I thought, 'Great, it's trying to kill the grass,'" Michael Resk said. "It was...
Celebrating in great style the Chinese New Year 4710, the Year of the Water Dragon, hostess Elizabeth An of AnQi in South Coast Plaza invited some 50 local VIPs to a luncheon in her private dining room. An was joined by David Grant and Werner Escher of...
Question: Please warn your readers about leaving dogs alone in hot cars. In our town, a terrible tragedy occurred when two dogs were locked inside a car for two hours. When the owner returned from her shopping, both dogs were dead. I'm glad she was...
Tags: California, Allergies, Ice Cream, Prosecution, Cat (animal)
May and June is the perfect time to plant heat-loving summer vegetables. Planted too early, they sulk — planted too late, their season is cut short. Some plants just tolerate summer, but these sizzlers actually prefer the heat, bright light and long...
Tags: Butter, Newport Beach, Cucumbers, Summer Squash, Corona
Newport Beach Country Club is reaping the rewards from the December rains as it prepares for the 17th Toshiba Classic March 7 through 13. "The rain is good for everything but revenue," said Ron Benedict, the club's superintendent. "Salt builds up in...
I experienced my coolest fieldtrip ever in the spring of 1956. I was enrolled in Mr. Gilbert's sixth-grade class at the Lindbergh School at Orange Avenue and 23rd Street in Costa Mesa. Gilbert's class visited the white cliffs of … Dover? No, it...
Editor's note: This removes the photo as the bird is actually a willet and not a light-footed clapper rail. The city of Newport Beach is trying to reach an agreement with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on how to route the Orange County Marathon so...
To kick off the summer sports fishing season, Newport Beach-based Pacific Coast Sportfishing Magazine is hosting its first salt-water fishing festival Friday and Saturday at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. The two-day event will feature more...
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