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- Natalie Haughton
CHOCOLATE CARTOONS: Chocolate fans will get a kick out of ``What Do Women Really Want? Chocolate!'' by Los Angeles Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. resident Donna L. Barstow (Nantier, Beall, Minoustchine; $12.95). The book is filled with 128 pages of cartoons, all dealing with the predilection women have for chocolate.
Here's a cartoon chocophiles can probably relate to: A woman seated next to a man at a restaurant dining table tells the waiter, ``I'll take the Molten Chocolate Cake Molten chocolate cake is a popular dessert that combines the elements of a flourless chocolate cake (sometimes called a "chocolate decadence cake") and a soufflé. History
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VIEW WORLD'S LARGEST WINE BOTTLE: Morton's, The Steakhouse, has commissioned the world's largest wine bottle in honor of the company's 25th anniversary - and it will be stopping by Arnie Morton's Beverly Hills (435 S. La Cienega Blvd.) Thursday on its coast-to-coast city tour. It's 4 1/2 feet tall, weighs 340 pounds and is filled with 130 liters of Beringer Vineyards 2001 Private Reserve Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (equivalent to 173 bottles of wine or 1,152 glasses). To view the bottle, the restaurant is hosting an hors d'oeuvres/wine reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday ($40 per person). For reservations, call (310) 246-1501.
In November, the bottle will be auctioned off at Sotheby's in New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of with proceeds benefiting Share Our Strength.
TEST DRIVE YOUR DREAM JOB: BusinessWeek has launched a Fantasy Career Contest to give people a chance to live their dream job with a two-day apprenticeship. One of the prizes offers the lucky winner an opportunity to discover the art of winemaking at Lago di Merlo in Sonoma. Other prizes include a look at basketball operations for the Boston Celtics and a firsthand look at how to produce a Broadway show (``Monty Python's Spamalot'').
According to a survey by the magazine, 30 percent of business executives in mid- to high-level positions responded ``winemaker'' or ``brewmaster'' when asked what their dream jobs would be.
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It's an oddity in this town, for sure.
A restaurant serving alcoholic beverages, especially beer, as well as food.
[French, from brasser, to malt, brew, from Old French bracier, from Vulgar Latin Les Voyous, a brand new French restaurant in the heart of Hollywood, actually serves food into the morning hours, sometimes as late as 4 a.m. (The bar, of course, closes at 2 a.m.).
Touted as a new-found haven for tourists, insomniacs, nightlifers, suburbanites revisiting Hollywood and the hip show-biz crowd, its French name means ``rascals'' or ``mischievous ones.''
Nova Scotian owner Viviane Amyoony and her chef Christophe Bonnegrace offer French-Italian brasserie-style fare like croque monsieur (ham and gruyere cheese, $8.95) and croque madame (same as monsieur with fried egg, $9.95) sandwiches, Italian panini Panini (pä`nēnē), fl. c.400 B.C., Indian grammarian. His Ashtādhyāyī [eight books] (tr. 1891) is one of the earliest works of descriptive linguistics and is also the first individually authored treatise on Sanskrit. sandwiches ($7.95 to $10.95), omelets ($7.95 and $8.95), pizza ($12.95), mussels and pommes frites ($12.95) and a mushroom quiche quiche
A rich unsweetened custard pie, often containing ingredients such as vegetables, cheese, or seafood.
[French, from German dialectal Küche, diminutive of German Kuchen, cake ($7.95).
Entree dishes include halibut halibut: see flatfish.
Any of various flatfishes, especially the Atlantic and Pacific halibuts (genus Hippoglossus, family Pleuronectidae), both of which have eyes and colour on the right side. with caramelized apples ($18.95), a New York steak au poivre steak au poiv·re
n. pl. steaks au poivre
Steak studded with coarsely ground pepper before cooking and often flambéed with cognac. ($18.95), veal liver and onions Liver and onions is a dish that is currently more common to the southern United States than northern or coastal states. The meal, which once enjoyed a more widespread popularity, could usually be found at family diners and American home-style restaurants. ($16.95), linguine with porcinis and truffle truffle (trŭf`əl) [Fr.], subterranean edible fungus that forms a mutually beneficial (symbiotic) relationship with the roots of certain trees and plants. The part of the fungus used as food is the ascoma, the fruiting body of the fungus. sauce ($18.95) and lemon roasted chicken with pommes frites ($15.95).
Desserts ($6.95 each) are the typically Gallic tarte aux pommes (apple tart), poires William and creme caramel.
Les Voyous in the Jane Courtyard at 6541 Hollywood Blvd. with a full bar serving the latest cocktails and a comprehensive wine selection is open from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. (or later) daily. Information and reservations: (323) 957-0167.
- Larry Lipson
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