Long Beach cooking
Fuego’s Executive Chef Victor Juarez will show guests how to prepare ceviche.
A cool way to enjoy the hot fun of summer is with Fuego’s homemade Ceviches during Ceviche Fresco, the Latin culinary class at Hotel Maya on Saturday, July 25 from 11 a.m.
Nearly 600,000 people die of heart disease in the United States ever year – that’s one in every four deaths – making it the leading cause of death for both men and women. To prevent that statistic from increasing, it’s crucial for Americans to learn their risk factors and adopt lifestyle choices that promote overall cardiovascular health.
Local Long Beach “celebrity” chefs are partnering with Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach cancer patients for a live cooking competition to raise money for the Adolescence and Young Adult (AYA) Oncology Program at the Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Center (JJCCC) at Miller Children’s.
In planning for emergencies, it is important for every household and each individual to consider what they will need and assemble their Emergency Supply Kits.
Chef William Freidman conducts a cooking demonstration with walnuts, dark chocolate and red wine at the annual heart healthy dinner hosted by the MemorialCare Heart & Vascular Institute at Long Beach Memorial.
Entries for the 2012 Top Fish Cooking Challenge are due by September 16.
Do you have a seafood recipe that your family and dinner guests rave about? Or enjoy being a creative genious in the kitchen? Challenge your skills and submit a recipe to the Top Fish competition in Long Beach.
From youth science fun to vegetarian cooking to ballroom dancing, Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine is offering the following new classes for all ages and interests in April.
Youth Enrichment: Fun-damentals of Science
Explore the many facets of science with this all-inclusive camp from Mad Science!
Submitted by Elizabeth Anderson
The Beach House has everything going for it: unique gifts and a proprietor who defines coastal cool. Greta Simbler is armed with charm, good taste and an eclectic mix of beautiful merchandise that reflects the pleasures of being at the beach.
Photo by Mike
As the weather turns colder, the City of Long Beach reminds residents to be safe when heating their homes, and to avoid unnecessary risks that can lead to carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning and possibly death.
Odorless and colorless, CO gas is produced from heaters, fireplaces, furnaces and many types of appliances and cooking devices, especially when they are malfunctioning or improperly used.
Bring your family, friends and bikes for a fun-filled day of art and culture in Long Beach’s Cambodia Town on Saturday, November 19th. To encourage community members to bike to the Third Annual Cambodian Arts & Culture Exhibition, the city’s Bike-Friendly Business District program has partnered with Cali Bike Tours to offer a free community ride from Retro Row to the festival.