Cigliano, a member of the family that founded the seafood shop in 1939, promises a “rustic Tuscan” space with 6,400 feet of refrigerated chef’s cases, which will display an expanded selection of sustainable fish and shellfish. 10th Street Café, 1000 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, 310-255-0000.
The new location will also host an oyster bar and offer sushi. 10th Street Café currently offers a glimpse of what’s to come, with dishes like New England clam chowder, cod and chips, Baja-style fish tacos and a spicy tuna burger. Georgia native Adam Milstein has partnered with Philip Boyd, Chris Shanley and Robyn Landrum on South, a Southern restaurant and bar that will debut in the former Punch Grill space by early April.
The 38-year-old cookbook author and TV personality told Business Insider that there is a much less expensive way to stop pasta from sticking than adding oil.
If you simply stir the pasta often, you will not need to waste good quality oil in your water, he says.'I think the stupidest thing I have ever heard about making pasta is people who waste olive oil in the water so the pasta doesn't stick,' Viviani said.'That's a lie, it's wasteful, and you should be ashamed of yourself.'You should be there stirring your pasta, which doesn't make it stick anyway.'The Bravo reality star - who landed the title of 'Fan Favourite' when he appeared on Top Chef, added: 'Just stir your pasta, you lazy people.'Viviani also cleared up the debate about whether or not you should add extra salt to your pasta water.
Mark Steines and Cristina Ferrare get a sneak peek at the Hallmark Movie Channel Original, The Memory Book, with star Adrienne Barbeau; and Curtis Aikens is in the kitchen making delicious BBQ with less expensive cuts of meat.
Mark Steines and Cristina Ferrare celebrate Christmas in July with Actress, Bailee Madison, and her fellow co-star, Max Charles, as they help create a holiday DIY inspired by their Hallmark Channel Original Movie Northpole.
And Italian-American celebrity chef Fabio Viviani, 38, from Chicago, has some stern words for those who do add the expensive ingredient to their cooking liquid in a new video.
The 58-year-old Italian-born star's house was reportedly burgled a few months ago.'My watches, I lost about 200K in value used to collect gold coins especially four beautiful watches I really loved and they’re gone,' said the muscleman 'you get really, really angry but you know what that’s why I’m here today.'Fabio, who made his mark as cover model gracing dozens of romance novels in the 1980s and 90s, also used to interview to explain that he feels the string of thefts was due in part to California's early release policy, which allows certain prisoners to be freed before the end of their terms.'They see a nice home they see nice cars, they burglarize everybody, just in my area the month of March more than 350 homes just in one month, and just a section of Los Angeles it’s an epidemic,' he claimed.
hese two high-water marks are the focus of a major exhibition, Sicily: Culture and Conquest, that opens at the British Museum on April 21.
Around 200 objects will be on display, among them a cheeky terracotta Gorgon from a Greek temple front and a rare bronze battering ram from a Roman warship that was found on the seabed off the west coast of Sicily.
Bon Chon attributes its “secret taste” to a “special garlic sauce made to marinate in-and-outside the chicken” and “health-conscious use of vegetable oil” used in frying the bird. Bon Chon Chicken, 3407 W 6th St., Los Angeles, 213-487-7878.
Mike Garrett and Tommy Stoilkovich, the owners of Falcon and Pearl Dragon, have partnered with former Bastide chef Alain Giraud on Anisette, which is expected to open in Santa Monica's Clock Tower building by the end of April.