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High Falutin' Hens (or Poussins)

…a tight hard little woman humorless as a chicken.
John Steinbeck, East of Eden

Or is the proper spelling high falootin’?

Either way, calling these birds… 468 more words


Addesso Bistro

Date Visited: June 21 2015

What I ate:

Pizza ai funghi truffle fonduta

  • 6/10
  • Very strong truffle flavour
  • The pizza was not too soggy
  • Definitely not a Neapolitan style pizza but morel like a flatbread style pizza…
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Restaurant Reviews

Hatchet Hall, Los Angeles - review

Behind LA’s capped teeth, palm trees and perpetual tan, there lies a tremendous melting-pot of cultures and influences (thanks in part to the cosmopolitan transplants who were all in search of a very similar dream at one point or other), which is why it’s all the more gratifying to see a restaurant bold enough to reflect and salute the city’s very multi-culti, checkerboard fabric with such inclusive panache. 664 more words

Los Angeles Restaurants

It's all a game (hen).

Game hens are a special breed. A crazy, special breed. They run. They jump, they fly (sort of). They scream. They are (supposed to be) excellent at sitting on eggs. 477 more words


Oven Roasted Cornish Game Hen

Cornish game hens have long been one of my favorite fowl.  They are small, tender and always seem to present nicely.  This recipe is inspired from a friend (“B”) I attended college with in Oakland.  267 more words


43 North's tiny portions, bland dishes disappoint during Restaurant Week

My third Restaurant Week stop in January was at 43 North on King Street. Based on their normal menu, the tiny “modern bistro” features classic appetizers, salads and entrees with modern twists (different sauces, interesting ingredient combinations). 632 more words


Kahlua Ptarmigan

Ptarmigan, Spruce Chicken, Pheasant, Game Hens…you name it…If its a small game bird, then this glaze is perfect for it. I prefer to use the glaze closer towards the end of the baking time now, but I started out doing it from the beginning. 280 more words