Restaurant Camp, Hoosier Pie, LA’s Best Soup Dumpling
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Visit a summer camp where kids create their very own restaurant. A pie-lover discovers the regionality of American pie. Plus, LA’s best soup dumpling.
Do you like Chinese food? Probably not as much as David Chan, a local businessman who has eaten at over 6,000 Chinese restaurants. Speaking of Chinese food, Jonathan Gold discovers his new favorite soup dumpling in LA and Sang Yoon describes traditional night markets in Asia. Reporter Alan Bjerga details the drought conditions he has seen on his road trip through the Midwest and Ray Offenheiser of OXFAM America explains what drought conditions here in the US mean for markets and food aid worldwide. Good Food Producer Gillian Ferguson visits a “Restaurant Camp” where the kids are in charge of the menu and we’ll explore the United States of Pie with author Adrienne Kane. Plus, Maryann Carpenter of Coastal Organics is back at the Santa Monica Farmers Market with her bounty of heirloom tomatoes and Gavin Mills of Wood Vine shares a recipe for Grilled Peach and Burrata Salad.
Market Report ()
Gavin Mills is the Executive Chef at Wood & Vine in Hollywood. He is using white peaches to make a Grilled Peach and Burrata Salad.
Maryann Carpenter owns Coastal Organics. Every summer she brings her heirloom tomatoes to the Santa Monica Farmers Market. She will have heirlooms through October.
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Drought and King Corn ()
Alan Bjerga is a reporter for Bloomberg News. He talks to Warren Olney of KCRW’s To the Point about the drought that is wreaking havoc in the Midwest.
How Food Aid Works ()
Ray Offenheiser is the President of OXFAM America. He discusses how food aid works, how the system could be improved and how the current drought is going to affect markets and food aid overseas.
Restaurant Camp ()
Good Food Producer Gillian Ferguson visits Kitchen Kid’s Restaurant Camp in Santa Monica. The campers are tasked with creating their own restaurant. One group chose a Sushi concept while the other group chose Southern Comfort.
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United States of Pie ()
Adrienne Kane is the author of The United States of Pie. A recipe for her Green Tomato Pie is on the Good Food Blog.
Jonathan’s New Favorite Soup Dumpling ()
Jonathan Gold finds his new favorite soup dumpling in Los Angeles at Hui Tou Xiang Noodle House in the San Gabriel Valley. His favorite are the soup dumplings filled with pork and crab but he also likes the pork pot stickers and the leek pancake.
Hui Tou Xiang Noodle House
704 W Las Tunas Dr, Ste 5
You can find all of Jonathan’s restaurant suggestions on the Good Food restaurant map.
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6,000 Chinese Restaurants ()
David Chan is a Los Angeles accountant and attorney who has eaten at over 6,000 Chinese Restaurants. His goal is to eat at every Chinese restaurant in LA at least once. A map of some of his favorites, along with his recommended dishes is on the Good Food Blog.
The Night Market ()
Sang Yoon is the chef and owner at Father’s Office and Lukshon. He is hosting the Los Angeles debut of LuckyRice Night Market on Saturday, August 4th at the Helms Bakery Complex. He is bringing the spirit of traditional Asian Night Markets to LA with a curated selection of the best Asian food in the US all in one place.
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