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By PATRICK CANEDAY | January 10, 2009
Animal Planet. Discovery Channel. Food Network. Three great channels to watch if you are hungry. I have all the respect in the world for animal lovers, vegetarians, vegans or any other form of non- or semi-meat eaters. But I am a carnivore. I love meat, any kind of meat. I salivate when I watch documentaries about salmon runs in the Northwest or albacore migrations off the coast of Mexico. “Deadliest Catch” is not a show about crab fisherman; it is a show about angels on Earth doing God’s work.
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NEWS
By June Casagrande | June 6, 2007
Mary met the man she loved on the job. This sentence should raise an important question in your mind. No, not, "Is it really possible to meet people anywhere but the Internet?" but, "What, exactly, is Mary's job if she gets to love a man while on it?" Welcome to the wonderful world of misplaced modifiers, a place where grammar packs more laughs than CBS and ABC primetime combined. For example, do a Google search for "misplaced modifiers" and "funny" and you may learn the following fact: "Nearly 600,000 men get a vasectomy in the United States each year."
NEWS
October 4, 2000
Leslie Perea, Enjoy! BURBANK -- Piero's, a long-standing restaurant in Burbank, has now been passed down from the well-known chef and radio personality to his daughters -- one manages and one is the chef -- and the results are quite tasty. Dinner started out wonderfully with a bread basket filled with individual sourdough loaves and served with plain virgin olive oil. The bread was fresh and soft with a great chewy crust. For our appetizer, we ordered the crab cakes, which were made with real crabmeat and covered with a thin, light, crunchy breading.
NEWS
August 7, 2004
Tomo Sushi's Tom wants to give you the best sushi in town. He goes out of his way to find the freshest fish and says that "you can taste the difference!" Even though Tom's heritage is Chinese, he has a love of Japanese cuisine, having studied in Japan, as well as China. But Tomo Sushi has more than, well, sushi. The menu at Tomo Sushi includes other Japanese favorites like sashimi, tempura, yakitori, teriyaki, soups, noodles, and more, including vegetarian and luncheon specials.
NEWS
April 8, 2000
CARLE' - BIDSTRUP Michelle Diane Carle' and Leo Viktor Bidstrup, both of Vista, were married in the courtyard of the Athenaeum at the California Institute of Technology. The Rev. Karl Knisely of Glendale presided. The matron of honor was the bride's siser, Paulette Carle'-Tablada. Bridesmaids were Danielle Outlaw, Debra Bowland, the groom's sister Alice Zrodlo and Yvette Nunez, candlelighter. Dirk Yarmie was the best man. Groomsmen were Mike Zrodlo, Brian Oshiro, Luis Tablada and junior groomsman Kyle Outlaw.
THE818NOW
January 7, 2014
The opening of the Canyon Grille at DeBell Golf Club was pushed back to Monday due to kitchen equipment repairs taking longer than expected, operators said. Originally slated to open Friday, the new eatery will be replacing the club's Clubhouse Grill. The owners of the former restaurant announced a year ago they would close in December. Tom Shayman, 17-year owner and operator of the Burbank Bar and Grille on North San Fernando Road, has taken the helm of the club's new restaurant.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Bill Scollon | October 28, 2006
Tucked behind a tree on the north side of East Magnolia, just west of Glenoaks Boulevard, is a lovely little café that serves toothsome sandwiches, soups and salads to a loyal cadre of customers, many of whom no doubt, like me, stumbled upon the place quite by accident. I've driven by Lily's probably 100 times and never noticed it, even though it's been there nearly nine years. Open early to serve gourmet teas, coffees and pastries, Lily's is mainly a workday lunch location.
ENTERTAINMENT
By By Cherie Mercer Twohy | January 14, 2006
Lola'sHaving never visited Peru, I claim no frame of reference for how authentically Peruvian Lola's cuisine might actually be. But within my frame of reference for affordable and tasty, Lola's fits the bill. The décor is eclectic, with the focus on an open kitchen in back, where the "All You Can Eat Lunch Buffet" takes center stage Monday through Friday. Cheerful cooks man the buffet line to describe and serve the dishes available. At $7.99, this lunch buffet is a bargain, featuring several salads (mixed green, Caesar and Russian potato salad)
ENTERTAINMENT
By By Bill Scollon | October 15, 2005
bacco trattoriaThe space last occupied by La Scala has been transformed into a warm, Italian-style trattoria that is part wine bar, part restaurant and part deli. And the sum of its parts is delicious. The pleasing ambience features dark woods, brick, white linens and a tile mosaic of Bacchus, the restaurant's namesake and the Roman god of wine. His influence begins with a robust wine list, extends to the wine sauces that grace several entrees, and ends at the beautiful wine bar where you can enjoy the fruit of the vine.
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