Mud Creek Ranch has loads of citrus coming into the market, says farmer Robin Smith. The started their season with tangerines and coming in are the grapefruits and oranges.
Russ Parsons is the editor of the Los Angeles Times' food section. He and Evan agree that the most notable food trend of 2010 is the food truck and the new restaurant genres (food trucks, pop-ups). Russ' favorite book is As Always Julia: The Letters of Julia Child and Avis DeVoto.
Chef Joachim Splichal of The Patina Group and Patina restaurant, celebrates this season with black truffles from France. He shaves black truffles on a salad or in a risotto. They are hosting two dinners on January 11 & 12 at Patina featuring the black truffle. Recipes from Patina for the black truffle are here.
Deborah Krasner is the author of Good Meat:The Complete Guide to Sourcing and Cooking Sustainable Meat
Read his review and see pictures at the L.A. Weekly website.
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Brian Boitano, José Andrés' philanthropy, Pete Wells on harassment Brian Boitano shares the struggle that many figure skaters have with food. Kim Severson talks about Chef José Andrés’ humanitarian work in Puerto Rico. Pete Wells asks why restaurateurs and chefs are issuing tepid responses to sexual harassment scandals. Meanwhile, Jonathan Gold ventures a review of The Hearth & Hound in Hollywood. And we’re checking out a different market this week: Smorgasburg LA.
Kitchen Creativity, Deb Perelman, and the myth of 'easy cooking' We’re looking inside the modern home kitchen. Cookbook authors Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg are unleashing creativity. Deb Perelman looks back on Smitten Kitchen and talks everyday meals. Amy Trubek says home cooking has come a long way. And food historian Rachel Laudan explains why ‘easy cooking’ is far from it. Finally, there’s puntarelle at the market and Jonathan Gold finds superlative dim sum.
Curtis Stone, true crime in food, and gopchang Curtis Stone’s new theme for Maude takes eaters around the world. A new Netflix series explores crime in the food industry. Koreatown serves up an intimidating dish. Simran Sethi tells us how sound can change the taste of chocolate. Tết celebrations kick off with bánh chưng at Good Girl Dinette. We’ll talk mushrooms at the market and hear just how spicy Jonathan Gold likes his ramen at Killer Noodle.
Will Guidara, mezcal, and learning "Knife Skills" Will Guidara talks hospitality after opening The NoMad Hotel in LA. Former Good Food producer Gillian Ferguson heads to Oaxaca for a lesson on mezcal. Thomas Lennon’s “Knife Skills” earns an Oscar nom. We’ll hear how the Whole Foods diet began with hippies and long-hairs, and we’ll see if Laura Avery can get a date at the market. Also, Jonathan Gold visits Newport Beach for French food.
FAQ: KCRW’s ‘Good Food’ Pie Contest 2018 Registration is now open for the 9th Annual KCRW ‘Good Food’ Pie Contest on Sunday, May 6, 2018 at UCLA’s Royce Quad. To enter your pies in any of the nine… Read More
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