The white hot peach sangria from Cafe del Rey in Marina del Rey. “Fresh and bright with flavor, this smooth sangria combines a touch of vanilla with just a hint of heat, a very refreshing cure for a hot day!”
Ahhh. Ahhhhh. Thanks to Times’ Test Kitchen Manager Noelle Carter, you can make it yourself.
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Sheriff’s Department refuses to return purported Rembrandt: Investigators have been unable to verify the authenticity of the piece stolen from a Marina del Rey hotel and found at a church. They also question whether the Linearis Institute even owns the work.
Photo: The pen-and-ink drawing is titled “The Judgment.” Rembrandt experts consulted by the Los Angeles Times were unfamiliar with the piece. Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times
After Rembrandt heist, mystery thief finds religion: The pen and ink drawing stolen from a Marina del Rey hotel turns up at an Episcopal church in Encino, in the priest’s office. The priest is as puzzled as detectives about how it ended up there.
Photo: The pen and ink Rembrandt drawing is valued at more than $250,000. Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times