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This week on Good Food, celebrate Father's Day by firing up the grill.  Host Evan Kleiman talks to Frank Ostini of The Hitching Post II.  He's a master of Santa Maria BBQ.  Also, for your Father's Day barbecue, Shuji Sakai suggests we go beyond burgers and dogs.  He share some meat ideas for the grill.   Thomas McCaney tells us how the Sisters of St. Francis are challenging fast food giant McDonald's.  Jonathan Gold takes us out for Central Vietnamese noodles.  We'll get a taste of Mongolia with Eddie Lin.  Plus, Carrie Cusack shares her Auntie Clara's pie recipe.  We'll get a kid-friendly pasta recipe from Samantha Barnes.  And, David Karp explains what Sacramento is doing about farmers market regulation.

Photo: Eddie Lin

One Good Dish

David Tanis

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

Guest Interview Auntie Clara's Chocolate Cream Pie 2 MIN, 49 SEC

Carrie Cusack of Simplethings Sandwich and Pie Shop shares her family's recipe for Chocolate Cream Pie.  Carrie's recipe is on the Good Food Blog.  

Guest Interview Nuns Take on McDonald's 5 MIN, 50 SEC

Thomas McCaney is the Associate Director of Corporate Social Responsibility for the Sisters of St. Francis in Philadelphia.  As shareholders in McDonald's, they challenged the fast food giant to take action against childhood obesity.  McDonald's rejected their proposal, but they've vowed to continue trying.

Guest Interview Market Report 8 MIN, 14 SEC

Clemence Gosset runs The Gourmandise School of Sweets and Savories at The Market at Santa Monica Place.  On Wednesdays and Saturdays, they offer cooking demonstrations using Farmers Market produce.  

Samantha Barnes runs Kitchen Kid, a cooking camp for children 7 and up, located just steps from the Santa Monica Farmers Market in the First Presbyterian Church.  She likes to make a beet pasts with ricotta for her campers.  The recipe is here.  

Rob Poole sells youngberries and other blackberry varieties at the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmers Market.  They are very sweet, but very difficult to pick.  

Guest Interview Mongolian Food 5 MIN, 53 SEC

Eddie Lin writes the blog Deep End Dining and he's a regular contributor to Good Food.  He went to the first ever Mongolian Cultural Days event held last week in Downtown LA.  Eddie's pictures from the event are here.  

Guest Interview Central Vietnamese Noodles 6 MIN, 22 SEC

Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food write for the LA Weekly.  This week, he takes us to Nha Trang in San Gabriel, which specializes in Central Vietnamese noodles.  Jonathan recommends the banh xeo, bun bo hue (rice noodle bowl with pig's knuckle simmered in beef broth), mi quang (noodles with tumeric), Bun rieu (noodles with tomato and meatballs) and pho ga (chicken noodle soup).

Nha Trang
311 E. Valley Blvd.
San Gabriel
(626) 572-7638 

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

Guest Interview Santa Maria BBQ 9 MIN, 45 SEC

Frank Ostini is the owner of The Hitching Post II in Buellton, CA.  They serve meat prepared in the Santa Maria barbecue-style.  A recipe for Grilled Tri-Tip is here.  

Guest Interview What to Grill 5 MIN, 50 SEC

Shuji Sakai, aka Professor Salt, writes for the OC Weekly and he is a competitive barbecuer with his team Four Q BBQ.  He recommends the following options for the grill:

Guest Interview Farmers Market Regulation 8 MIN, 41 SEC

David Karp writes the Market Watch column for the Los Angeles Times, where he has written about Sacramento's attempts at regulating Farmers Markets.  After an expose last year which revealed widespread fraud at LA-are farmers markets, the California Department of Food and Agriculture held listening sessions around the state.  After talk of raising the vendor fees to pay for more inspections, nothing was ultimately done.

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