Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: Glendale HomeCollectionsGrill
IN THE NEWS

Grill

FEATURED ARTICLES
ENTERTAINMENT
March 9, 2007
The Autry National Center fires up the grill as the Kansas City Barbeque Society rides into Southern California for the second annual Barbeque Championship and Festival. Taste championship-quality barbecue from around the country. Learn tricks of the trade through cooking demonstrations and lectures by noted chefs such as Lenny Bent from the Cookin' with Lenny television show; Charles Perry, Los Angeles Times food critic, who will cook up some real 1950s L.A. barbecue; Kathy Murphy, who tackles tri-tip barbecue.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cherie Mercer Twohy | October 21, 2006
Sometimes you have to eat quick. But the "usual suspects" of the fast-food world can leave lots to be desired, with their drive-through trans-fat, calorie-packed offerings. Teriyaki Me! in Glendale, with its made-to-order fare, offers an alternative to the burger trap. Billed as a gourmet Asian grill, the menu offers skewers, stir-fries and yakisoba, with no steam tables or heat lamps in sight. Most of the kitchen is in view in this tiny place. As you place your order, you can see the saute guy hit the pan with a thin stream of oil to start cooking your meal.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 25, 2007
Summer Swordfish 1 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil 2 garlic cloves, minced 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice 2 Tbsp. Capers 4 Half-inch thick swordfish steaks, about 4 ounces each Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 lemon cut into quarters Using a blender or food processor, blend oil with garlic, lemon juice and capers. Transfer to a non-metal container. Add fish and marinate 20 to 30 minutes, turning fish once in the process. Meanwhile, prepare the grill or preheat the broiler.
NEWS
September 23, 2006
Dwindling open space must be saved I had a dream. So, when I awoke on the last day of summer, I took a hike two miles west to see firsthand the Mountain Oaks area of Glendale, which has been proposed for a high school and condo development ("Armenian high school proposed for property," Aug. 25). Remarkably, the oak- and sycamore-lined canyon was in much the same pristine condition it was when I hiked up it as a child growing up in the Crescenta Valley more than 50 years ago. Lined with prickly pear cactus, Indian tobacco, uncountable native plants and hundreds of trees, it even has access by fire trail to the rest of the Verdugo Mountains.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lynn Duvall | July 14, 2006
I have to hold down the commentary today so that I'll have room for some great summer barbecue ideas. These recipes call for pork but the salsas could accompany grilled chicken, halibut or swordfish. A couple weeks ago I was interviewed as an expert on container rose gardening. My patio garden looked great, but shortly afterward I was hit by a really nasty spider mite epidemic. I hope your garden is weathering the heat. This is one of the few times I am thankful for the oak canopy; it helps the plants hold onto their moisture.
NEWS
By Mark Kellam, mark.kellam@latimes.com | August 19, 2011
Things are going to explode in downtown Glendale tonight -- literally. A large billboard used for an Outback Steakhouse commercial at a vacant lot at Orange Street and Wilson Street will go up in flames, according to plans outlined in a permit filed with the city of Glendale. At approximately 10 p.m., three long, brown cylinders running along the front of the billboard - symbolizing a grill - will be ignited. The flames will then consume the billboard and the grill will fall off, landing on a car, which will result in an explosion, said city spokesman Tom Lorenz.
NEWS
By Angela Hokanson | July 15, 2008
The menu for the day was chicken, green salad, crudités, cookies, Kool-Aid Popsicles and iced tea. The cooks were 11- and 12-year-olds taking a summer enrichment class at Rosemont Middle School in La Crescenta about barbecue cooking and chili. Since June, the boys and girls have been learning about food preparation, safe food-handling techniques, cuts of meat, the history of barbecue cooking and, of course, how to cook. The class — under the guidance of teacher Lynn McGinnis — meets four times a week for six weeks during the summer.
NEWS
April 27, 2001
Amber Willard NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- Gerry Sill has cooked hamburgers on the same grill for the last 41 years at his restaurant, the Orange-O. But come Saturday, the grill he has cleaned every morning before opening at 11 a.m., will see its last burgers. The Orange-O is closing, but its customers are not letting it go quietly. Patrons who grew up eating at the joint, which is tucked into a shopping strip next to Vons and a nail salon on Glendale Avenue, have planned a retirement bash for Sill on Sunday afternoon at the Glendale Civic Auditorium.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 24, 2010
To the uninitiated motorist driving down Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank on a given Saturday, one might conclude there's a three-alarm fire, with huge billows of smoke near the intersection of Buena Vista Street. But open the car window and you'll know this fire was deliberately set, on one of the largest smoker grills you've ever seen. The intoxicating (at least for meat lovers) smell of fresh barbecue brings lines halfway down the block, week after week, year after year. The weekly cookout at the Handy Market has become so popular that some customers plan their weekly wait in line to catch up on their social lives and update their kids' progress in school.
FEATURES
By Silva Sevlian | November 5, 2008
A regular at Jax Bar and Grill, local artist Aram Athniel is known to sketch visitors and musicians on square napkins while they eat, drink and listen. Born in Iraq, Athniel, an 18-year resident of Glendale, studied art at the University of Baghdad and has lived and created art in Greece and Australia. Having sketched in the streets of Athens and Sydney, the 58-year-old Assyrian-Armenian finds excitement in the avenues of Glendale and captures moments using his graphite sketching tool that has traveled with him for 35 years.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
By Arin Mikailian, arin.mikailian@latimes.com | April 11, 2014
The Glendale Galleria, which underwent a major renovation that was unveiled last fall , is gearing up to offer a slew of new stores and eateries in the coming months and news about what will take over the former Nordstrom space could come as early as May. Meanwhile, the Americana at Brand will soon welcome a few new tasty offerings. The upcoming openings come on the heels of the opening of a Bloomingdale's store last November in the Galleria on the corner of Brand Boulevard and Broadway.
Advertisement
NEWS
By Arin Mikailian, arin.mikailian@latimes.com | March 26, 2014
Three new eateries ranging from fancy to fast casual are arriving in the heart of downtown Glendale. On Wednesday, Bourbon Steak held a grand-opening ceremony at the Americana at Brand. The restaurant is run by celebrity Chef Michael Mina, who also operates two more Bourbon Steak locations. The American fare ranges from the signature 18-ounce dry rib-eye steak to a classic bacon cheeseburger with no shortage of duck-fat fries. Truffle doughnuts are just one of the dessert items on the menu to cap off dinner.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lisa DuPuy | March 8, 2013
The folks at Cordon's Smokehouse & Grill are smoking purists. Their barbecue philosophy is not about sticky sauces or high-heat grill marks. It's about high-quality meats and fish smoked slowly over hard wood, seasoned by the best blend of rub spices. The meat this technique renders meanders into jerky territory, where the edges are crispy and the flavor of the meat itself reigns supreme. It is tender all the way to the bone, though not what you'd call super juicy. The offset smoker sits just outside the front door of the little cafe (which is attached to the beloved Cordon's Ranch Market)
ENTERTAINMENT
December 21, 2012
If someone were to ask me what food I'd eat for the rest of my life if I could only eat one food, it would have to be fish tacos. I crave them at all hours of the day. So I embarked on a quest to find the best one in a 15-mile radius. I went to old haunts, new finds and friends' recommendations. Right off the bat I was confronted with the question “grilled or fried”? Grilled fish tacos have fewer calories and a nice smoky flavor. But deep-fried are more authentic, and if the batter and fish are good, nothing compares.
NEWS
By Mark Kellam, mark.kellam@latimes.com | August 19, 2011
Things are going to explode in downtown Glendale tonight -- literally. A large billboard used for an Outback Steakhouse commercial at a vacant lot at Orange Street and Wilson Street will go up in flames, according to plans outlined in a permit filed with the city of Glendale. At approximately 10 p.m., three long, brown cylinders running along the front of the billboard - symbolizing a grill - will be ignited. The flames will then consume the billboard and the grill will fall off, landing on a car, which will result in an explosion, said city spokesman Tom Lorenz.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Stan Wawer | June 10, 2011
Salsa Grill, which opened last September in Burbank, is a keeper, whether you come for breakfast, lunch or dinner. I tried breakfast and then came back a week later for lunch. The fish tacos, served with rice and beans and only available on Fridays, were delicious. It had that fried-fish taste but not deep-fried, which sometimes leaves you with a taste of batter that overwhelms the fish. The lunch special was only $5, including drink. I also had an outstanding super burrito ($7.95)
NEWS
By Melanie Hicken, melanie.hicken@latimes.com | March 18, 2011
NORTH GLENDALE — Glendale City Council candidates were put on the hot seat Thursday during an election forum in which they were forced to address issues ranging from personal bankruptcy filings to the role of religion in politics. Former City Councilman Rafi Manoukian, self-described “city watchdog” Mike Mohill, perennial candidate Chahe Keuroghelian and City Hall newcomer Garen Mailyan are challenging incumbents Dave Weaver and John Drayman for two seats in the April 5 election.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Bruce Campbell | February 18, 2011
The Kiwanis Club of Glendale Grill Team brought out the barbecues, food and tables to prepare and serve the area Boy Scout troop members who were walking in the third annual Ten Commandments Hike. The Scouts hiked about 3 miles through Glendale and visited 10 churches in the city on the hike. The Grill Team fed 129 Scouts and friends who participated. At the Kiwanis meeting on Feb. 4 the “Grill Team” members, Marko Swan, Ed Gredvig, Kelly Gredvig, Ed’s daughter; Pat Liddell and Jose Sierra, were all recognized for their tireless efforts in preparing and serving the food to the hikers.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 24, 2010
To the uninitiated motorist driving down Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank on a given Saturday, one might conclude there's a three-alarm fire, with huge billows of smoke near the intersection of Buena Vista Street. But open the car window and you'll know this fire was deliberately set, on one of the largest smoker grills you've ever seen. The intoxicating (at least for meat lovers) smell of fresh barbecue brings lines halfway down the block, week after week, year after year. The weekly cookout at the Handy Market has become so popular that some customers plan their weekly wait in line to catch up on their social lives and update their kids' progress in school.
NEWS
By Max Zimbert | March 20, 2010
LA CRESCENTA — Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich fielded some probing questions from Crescenta Valley High School seniors Friday during a planned event that happened to take place days after a Los Angeles Times article highlighting his discretionary spending. The students, all in government class this semester, had reviewed recent stories by The Times that spotlighted some of the millions of dollars that the five county supervisors can spend at their discretion every year without a public vote or discussion.
Glendale News-Press Articles Glendale News-Press Articles
|