Albo Pizza Restaurant, 1510 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 40 demerits Jan. 22. Food stored in open metal cans in refrigerator. GRADE: C.
Listening to the dialogue of a good old Arthur Miller play reminds you anew of why the guy is such a great writer. His ability to create mood, character and fill out the details in ordinary occurrences make him stand out from millions of competitors.
Maui, wowee. Maui onion potato chips, with their mellow but assertive flavor, are available locally, fellow readers tell Barb Cherewaty.
Years of catering experience helped Tirzo Hernandez cook up an idea for his own restaurant: food that customers would make for their own families if they only had the time.
Buffet action stations? So 2009. What’s new for 2010 is a live TV-style food show, in a buffet, in a casino.
Grapes: Cabernet sauvignon (82 percent), merlot, cabernet franc, petit sirah blend (18 percent)
Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon Chinese kitchen, 3595 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 16 demerits Jan. 12. Violations included unlabeled food containers in refrigerator. GRADE: B
At Lekkerbeks Cafe and Deli, sandwich lovers can enjoy a roster of freshly made deli classics ranging from hot pastrami to Reubens to turkey and tuna, chicken and egg salads.
Puffed-rice sources — for Toni Kouba — are popping out of my in-box.
We don’t exactly get bone-chillingly cold weather here in Southern Nevada, unless we head up Mount Charleston. But the bleak dampness we’ve had lately has come close enough to prompt valley residents to pine for warm, hearty foods, and stews definitely do the job.
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Carl’s Jr., 1440 W. Cheyenne Ave., North Las Vegas, received 18 demerits Jan. 6. Violations included uncovered salads in walk-in refrigerator. GRADE: B
In the glass: Santa Cristina wine is a deep garnet-red color with a fairly dense core going out into a lightly tinged rim definition with high viscosity.
For Earl Hoy, who’s looking for Portuguese sausage, fellow readers have not only local sources but also a brand recommendation.
Here’s something we’ll wager escaped your social calendar: Saturday is National Pie Day.