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This week on Good Food, we celebrate Black History Month by exploring African-American food history with Jessica Harris.  We'll taste the cuisine of Sinaloa, Mexico with Jonathan Gold.  Food scientist Shirley Corriher answers questions from Good Food listeners.  We'll learn how to cook with hay from Chef Chris CosentinoDr. Marion Nestle breaks down the new USDA dietary guidelines.  Plus, pomologist David Karp introduces us to a new kind of citrus, the Dekopon.  And, find out what kind of sustainably raised meats are available at Southern California Farmers Markets.

 

One Good Dish

David Tanis

Producers:
Harriet Ells
Bob Carlson
Gillian Ferguson
Candace Moyer
Connie Alvarez
Laryl Garcia

Guest Interview Citrus Intrigue 9 MIN, 56 SEC

Pomologist David Karp, who also writes the Market Watch column for the LA Times, has been researching the Dekopon for years.  It's a Japanese citrus variety that is just now available in Southern California.  The fruit is being marketed in the US under the name Sumo.  It's a cross between an orange and a satsuma mandarin.  Read David's full account of the Dekopon in the LA Times.  

Guest Interview Sinaloan Cuisine 5 MIN, 25 SEC

Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Weekly.  This week, he is taking us to the South Gate-area for Sinaloan cuisine.  Sinaloa is a Mexican state on the Pacific Coast.  He likes chilorio (bright orange, cumin and chile stewed pork) and Sinaloan machaca (dried beef that’s grilled, then pounded in a mortar and crisply fried) at El Sinaloense in Huntington Park. He also recommends Cenaduria Gumacus Sinaloa Grill in South Gate, where he samples smoky marlin quesadillas, machaca and cheese-stuffed enchiladas a la Sinaloense.

El Sinaloense
7601 State St
Huntington Park, CA 90255
323-581-1532

Cenaduria Gumacus Sinaloa Grill
8646 State St
South Gate, CA 90280
323-566-5522

All of Jonathan's restaurant recommendations are on the Good Food Restaurant Map.  

Guest Interview New USDA Dietary Guidelines 8 MIN, 51 SEC

Marion Nestle is Paulette Goddard Professor in the Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health and Professor of Sociology at New York University.  She has written numerous books including Food Politics and What to Eat.  Her blog is Food Politics.  This week on Good Food she comments on the new USDA Dietary Guidelines.  Read Marion's thoughts on her blog

Guest Interview Market Report 9 MIN, 47 SEC

Sassan Rostamian is the chef/owner of Sauce on Hampton (259B Hampton Dr., Venice, CA, (310) 399-5400).  He is using blood oranges, with olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and cara cara oranges for a vinaigrette.  Find the recipe here

Marcie Jimenez of Jimenez Family Farms sells sustainably raised lamb, goat and rabbit at the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmers Market.  She also sells pork at the Saturday Pico market and at the Sunday Hollywood Farmers Market.  Pictures of her stall are here.  

Guest Interview Cooking in Hay 5 MIN, 58 SEC

Chris Cosentino is the chef at Incanto restaurant in San Francisco.  He is using hay to cook pork.  He brines the pork for 6 days then places the pork on a bed of hay to cook.  He also sometimes uses hay to smoke meat.  A recipe for hay-smoked, citrus-cured pork is here.  

Guest Interview African-American Food History 8 MIN, 50 SEC
Jessica B. Harris is the author of eleven cookbooks documenting the foods and foodways of the African Diaspora.  She was recently inducted into the James Beard Foundation’s Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America.  Her most recent book is High on the Hog: A Culinary Journey from Africa to America.
Guest Interview Questions for Shirley Corriher 9 MIN, 43 SEC
Shirley Corriher answers some questions from listeners this week.  Shirley is the author of Cookwise andBakewise, two must-have books for serious cooks.  More of her answers are on the Good Food Blog.

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