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By John Reger | December 10, 2009
For whatever reason, I might have two steak dinners in an entire year. I don’t know if it is that I just enjoy chicken and seafood more or that I never think to order it, but I just don’t eat it that much. I do know that when I make the decision that I am hankering for red meat, I don’t want inferior beef. If I am going to use my two meat dinners, I want them to be as well done (the experience, not the meat) as possible. I used my second one of the year recently at Fleming’s, and it was a wise choice.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 22, 2009
The deadline to buy tickets for the inaugural Lobsterfest at Newport Beach has been extended to Monday. The all-you-can-eat lobster and steak festival runs from 3 to 9 p.m. Aug. 2 at the Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort. The event also will feature a children’s sandcastle-building contest, live music and raffle drawings. Proceeds from the event will go to the Newport Beach Sunrise Rotary Foundation and Costa Mesa Rotary charities. Adult tickets cost $75 and include all-you-can-eat steak, lobster and side items.
NEWS
By PETER BUFFA | April 2, 2006
Does the word "Kobe" ring a bell? No, not him. Kobe beef, from Japan, specially bred, outrageously priced, and most important, intensely marketed. By the way, it's not "KO-bee" as in Bryant, but "ko-BAY," as in parfait. Kobe beef comes from Wagyu cattle, which are raised in the Hyogo region of Japan, the capital of which is the city of Kobe, as if you didn't know all that. You might also remember Kobe for the earthquake that nearly demolished it in 1995. But we're not here to talk about earthquakes.
LOCAL
By Joseph Serna | December 24, 2009
If ever there was a recipe for a tragic ending, this was it. As Kate Mulvehill moved about her Newport Beach home Monday night, preparing for her radio training with the local Community Emergency Response Team, her father, Bill Mulvehill, 83, sat in another part of the room, eating steak. Bill said he likes his steak on the rare side. Given that it was a filet mignon, he was sure to savor it. This one, apparently, was a little tough, he said. Add the arthritis in his hands, and Mulvehill spared himself the work of slicing the steak into smaller pieces.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | September 11, 2007
My life is not filled with a lot of firm beliefs, but a strong one is that a person can never have enough garlic. I was introduced to it by my parents, who instilled this principle in me, and I have expanded on it through the years. One of the best appetizers I have had to this day was several years ago in a restaurant in Northern California that took a whole garlic, cut off the top, stuffed it with brie cheese and baked it. Roasted garlic and melted brie cheese around it sticks in my memory 10 years after I ate it. Garlic Jo’s was able to add to my memory bank, and I am convinced they can accommodate most any garlic lover’s request.
NEWS
May 27, 2001
Young Chang Ah, the smells of summer. A salted sea. Watermelon juice that dribbles down your chin. Dampened grass courtesy of the hose that also drenched your brother. Melted fat dripping onto fiery coals, the smell of a sizzling T-bone steak smoking away. Vaporized fat is all it is, but this is what makes barbecuing the hot event once temperatures rocket and Memorial Day arrives, said John Doughty, store supervisor for the Costa Mesa location of Barbeques Galore.
NEWS
By: Cherie Mercer Twohy | September 10, 2005
The days of summer are dwindling, and kids are complaining about homework already, but my Off to College Boy is savoring the last days of freedom. As the friends peel off to their respective institutes of higher education, he has been left with fewer and fewer burger buddies, so he recently agreed to accompany me on a "burger test" for this column. Free food is always an incentive with this age group. The target was The Great White Hut, a fixture on the corner of California Street and Orange Avenue in Glendale since 1941.
NEWS
March 17, 2002
Young Chang It's cold in Ireland. It rains a lot and the skies are gray and the grass is quite often wet. When it gets windy, the surrounding oceans give the wind a nastier chill. Fortunately, the Irish have food that warms the soul. Steaming stews, desserts with lots of butter and warm whiskeys. So if you're looking for an authentic way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, why not go Irish in a culinary way? Popular entrees include shepherd's pie, fish and chips, grilled steak sandwiches, Reuben sandwiches and, of course, corned beef and cabbage.
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By Joanna Clay, joanna.clay@latimes.com | September 16, 2010
COSTA MESA —The Capital Grille, with more than 40 locations nationwide, will open another location Oct. 18 at South Coast Plaza. This will be the Orlando, Fla.-based restaurant chain's second California location, the first being in Beverly Hills. The restaurant is known for its aged steaks and extensive wine list. "We are thrilled to join the Orange County community," John Martin, president of The Capital Grille, said in a statement. The Capital Grille will host a special event before the restaurant opens to the public.
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LOCAL
By Joseph Serna | December 25, 2009
If ever there was a recipe for a tragic ending, this was it. As Kate Mulvehill moved about her Newport Beach home Monday night, preparing for her radio training with the local Community Emergency Response Team, her father, Bill Mulvehill, 83, sat in another part of the room, eating steak. Bill said he likes his steak on the rare side. Given that it was a filet mignon, he was sure to savor it. This one, apparently, was a little tough, he said. Add the arthritis in his hands, and Mulvehill spared himself the work of slicing the steak into smaller pieces.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | December 10, 2009
For whatever reason, I might have two steak dinners in an entire year. I don’t know if it is that I just enjoy chicken and seafood more or that I never think to order it, but I just don’t eat it that much. I do know that when I make the decision that I am hankering for red meat, I don’t want inferior beef. If I am going to use my two meat dinners, I want them to be as well done (the experience, not the meat) as possible. I used my second one of the year recently at Fleming’s, and it was a wise choice.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 22, 2009
The deadline to buy tickets for the inaugural Lobsterfest at Newport Beach has been extended to Monday. The all-you-can-eat lobster and steak festival runs from 3 to 9 p.m. Aug. 2 at the Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort. The event also will feature a children’s sandcastle-building contest, live music and raffle drawings. Proceeds from the event will go to the Newport Beach Sunrise Rotary Foundation and Costa Mesa Rotary charities. Adult tickets cost $75 and include all-you-can-eat steak, lobster and side items.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | September 11, 2007
My life is not filled with a lot of firm beliefs, but a strong one is that a person can never have enough garlic. I was introduced to it by my parents, who instilled this principle in me, and I have expanded on it through the years. One of the best appetizers I have had to this day was several years ago in a restaurant in Northern California that took a whole garlic, cut off the top, stuffed it with brie cheese and baked it. Roasted garlic and melted brie cheese around it sticks in my memory 10 years after I ate it. Garlic Jo’s was able to add to my memory bank, and I am convinced they can accommodate most any garlic lover’s request.
NEWS
By Alicia Robinson | July 29, 2007
A Garden Grove man was arrested Friday in Newport Beach and could face federal charges for stabbing a sea lion that later had to be euthanized, police said. Hai Nguyen, 24, was fishing off the M Street Pier at the end of the Balboa Peninsula around 12:30 p.m. when a sea lion took the bait from his pole, Newport Beach Police Sgt. Evan Sailor said. Nguyen became upset and allegedly stabbed the sea lion with a steak knife several times, police said. A witness on the crowded beach nearby called police after seeing the sea lion stabbed.
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