The Washington Post Sunday

L.A. TIMES SUNDAY PUZZLE

- EDITED BY RICH NORRIS AND JOYCE NICHOLS LEWIS

“CULINARY SCHOOL” By PAUL COULTER ACROSS 1 8 for O, e.g. 5 Quibbles 10 “M*A*S*H” actor 14 Like bachelor

parties 18 Excel 20 Autumn color 21 Tea party host 23 Pie company

exec? 25 Bad brunch

review? 26 Find new

quarters for 27 Winter fall 29 Film units 30 Michelange­lo

masterpiec­e 31 MSN competitor 32 Cooking fat 34 Guadalajar­a

girls 37 Neighborho­od with meat purveyors? 43 Air freshener

scent 46 Performed, in

Shakespear­e 48 How surprise party guests should arrive 49 Blanched 50 Yours, in Tours 51 Doc bloc 52 Keisters 54 “Momo” author

Michael 55 ATM code you

rotate regularly? 59 FICA benefit 60 Unit in Ohm’s

Law 62 Costa del __ 63 Female

antelope 64 Mellow 66 Looked

lecherousl­y 67 Suffix meaning “living substance” 69 Not yet on the

sched. 70 Coast 72 Like many

churches 75 Light 78 Adaptable truck,

for short 79 “Bravo!” 82 Barbershop

parts 83 Batman and the Boy Wonder, e.g. 84 Thief at a fertility

clinic? 87 AA and AAA,

e.g. 88 Takes from a

deck 90 “Do Ya” rock gp. 91 “I see” 92 Starry-eyed agreement, often 93 Area below the

abdomen 95 Leslie of “Gigi” 97 Holders of

roasts 98 Nasty group of

directors? 101 Like Dennis the

Menace 103 Part of Q.E.D. 104 Bit of baby talk 105 Leg bone 108 Old will? 111 Work (out) 114 Inflexible 116 Stadium for a

boxing match? 118 Journalist­s covering a spicy story? 121 Wood

preservati­ves 122 Farm refrain 123 Spock’s father 124 Firm employees:

Abbr. 125 Bone on a menu 126 Some NCOs 127 Time at the inn DOWN 1 Cleopatra killer 2 Choreograp­her

Twyla 3 JapaneseAm­erican 4 Without delay,

as payment 5 Intimidate­s 6 Advil target 7 MLB scoreboard

abbr. 8 Homes built

indoors 9 Traitors 10 Crazily 11 Like a flimsy

excuse 12 Backstage

theater workers 13 An MRI may reveal a torn one 14 “Fiddler on the

Roof” setting 15 Bind, in a way 16 Asian sea 17 Mil. bigwigs 19 Arousing 22 As a result of

this 24 Chinese

currency 28 __-rock 33 Modern address 35 Commonly used

saws 36 Gullible sort 38 Cut out 39 “You lose a lot of time, __ people”: Marian Anderson 40 Dog tag datum 41 Close-knit group 42 Injured, in a way 43 Drummer Ulrich 44 “Am __ late?” 45 Hang loosely 47 Place for an

honoree 53 Collection of

heir pieces? 54 Blunt blade 56 Do-nothing 57 Wikipedia policy 58 Words indicating

a delay 60 Thomas

associate 61 Euripides

tragedy 65 “Criminal Minds”

agcy. 67 Some Olympians, nowadays 68 Leaf’s central

vein 71 Two-time Tony

winner Patti 72 Zeno, notably 73 Concealed 74 Bullion unit 76 Natural fertilizer 77 Hungarian wine

region 79 “I wasn’t

expecting you” 80 “__ we forget” 81 God with a

quiver 85 Hardly haute

cuisine 86 Large South American rodents 88 Easy paces 89 Misers 93 Saddle-holding

bands 94 Tiny messenger 96 Keats, in a

Shelley title 97 Economizes 99 AT&T and

Verizon 100 Dept. of Justice

bigwigs 102 Opp. of legato,

in music 106 Still 107 Baffled 108 Humane org. 109 On the disabled

list, say 110 Without __:

riskily 112 Farm females 113 “Not to mention

... ” 114 Came down 115 “Vaya con __” 117 Bit of heckling 119 “Andy Capp” cartoonist Smythe 120 __ blue

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©2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLC. Answers to last week’s puzzle below. 12/9/18 xwordedito­r@aol.com

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