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The Secret to Apple Pan’s Hickory Burger and My “Knock-off” Hickory Sauce

The Apple Pan is a legendary burger joint in West Los Angeles. It has a cult-like following and is busy all hours of the day and night. The place looks exactly the same as it did when it opened in 1947– including its cottage exterior. It’s a blast back in time with its counter-only seating, […]

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Meat Borekas (Turnovers) and Meeting a Kindred Spirit

Sometimes you meet someone and feel an instant connection. This phenomenon happened to me recently when I met Robert. He talked about his love of cooking and about his most recent undertaking, making borekas, pockets of dough with tasty fillings. I too had been busy in my kitchen making a similar dish, kreplach, which also […]

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Potato and Brisket Kreplach: Sometimes I Go A Little Crazy in the Kitchen

I have a weakness for sinful appetizers. When I saw uber-blogger Michael Ruhlman’s post on homemade kreplach, I had to make them. Kreplach is a crispy dough pocket stuffed with soft fillings like potato or meat. Think of kreplach as a Jewish wonton, dumpling, or samosa. Many cultures have their own version. I have fond […]

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Grilled Asian Beef Short Ribs and Clippings from the LA Times Food Section

My father-in-law Nelson keeps sending me clippings from the Los Angeles Times Food section. I get articles like “Holiday Cookie Bake-Off” and “Best Recipes of the Year.” It’s a hobby we have in common: I like to cook, and he likes to eat. The articles and recipes are always interesting to me, as the LA […]

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