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Noma, a restaurant in Coppenhagen, was recently named the best restaurant in the world.  This week on Good Food, host Evan Kleiman talks with Noma's chef, Rene Redzepi about his unique Nordic cuisine.  Rasmus Lee tells us about typical Danish food.  He's the owner of Hygge, the Danish bakery in Downtown L.A.  Chefs Mark Peel, Eric Greenspan, Octavio Becerra and Akira Hirose compete in a dessert contest.  Evan takes us behind the scenes of a Top Chef-style "Quickfire" competition.  John Sedlar of the restaurant Rivera has completely reworked his menu to  reflect the 3,000 year old history of Los Angeles' cuisine.  Many mammals eat the placenta after birth.  Sara Pereira explains the benefits of ingesting the placenta.  French cuisine is steeped in a very codified history.  Constance Jouven explains how Le Fooding is mixing it up in France.  Plus mixologist Derek Brown shares the history of using eggs in cocktails.  And Mary Sue Miliken of The Border Grill gives us a recipe for lima bean succotash.

One Good Dish

David Tanis

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

Guest Interview Danish Food in Los Angeles 4 MIN, 43 SEC

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Rasmus Lee owns Hygge Bakery in Downtown Los Angeles.  

Hygge Bakery
1106 S. Hope Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015

 

Music Break: Perfidia by The Ventures

Guest Interview DineLA's Quickfire Dessert Challenge 8 MIN, 5 SEC

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This week Evan Kleiman judged the DineLA Quickfire Finale along with Sherry Yard, of Wolfgang Puck, and Russ Parsons of the LA Times.  Chefs Eric Greenspan, Akira Hirose, Mark Peel and Octavio Becerra competed in a pastry competition.  Eric Greenspan won with his Elvis-inspired peanut butter, bacon and banana moonpie. More pictures of the event are on the Good Food Blog.

 

Music Break: Place du Tertre by Biréli Lagrène

Guest Interview The Yard 5 MIN, 39 SEC

Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Weekly.  This week he reviews The Yard, a gastropub in Santa Monica.  The restaurant has a largely farmers market-drive menu which serves duck confit with nectarines or pears (seasonal).  The are some year-round favorites like spaghetti with turkey bolognese and Carolina-style ribs.

The Yard
119 Broadway
Santa Monica, CA 90401-2304
(310) 395-6037

All of Jonathan Gold's restaurant suggestions are on the Good Food Restaurant Map

Guest Interview 3,000 Years of Los Angeles Cuisine 6 MIN, 55 SEC

John Sedlar is the chef/owner of Rivera in Downtown Los Angeles.  He recently revamped his menus, dividing his service into three areas: Sangre (Spanish & North African), Samba (South American), Playa (Coastal).

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(Photo: My Last Bite)

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(Photo: LA Magazine)

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(Photo: Experience LA)

 

Music Break: Primavera by Esquivel

Guest Interview Eating Afterbirth 6 MIN, 18 SEC

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Sara Pereira is a pre and post-natal massage therapist and a licensed placenta encapsulation specialist.  She dehydrates the placenta and pulverizes it into capsules.  There is no data or research behind ingesting the placenta, but it's practiced widely in Asian cultures.

Good Food contributor Eddie Lin cooked and ate his wife's placenta.  Read his story here.

 

Music Break: Quiet Man is Dead Man by The Daktaris

Guest Interview Le Fooding 5 MIN, 23 SEC

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Constance Jouven is a member of Le Fooding in France.  Le Fooding is a movement that exists as a counterpoint to the codified French cuisine of the Michelin tradition.  They publish a guidebook and a hold events like Le Grand Le Fooding. The most recent one featured San Francisco versus New York.

 

Music Break: Red Roses For A Blue Lady by Russ Conway

Guest Interview Egg Cocktails 7 MIN, 8 SEC

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Derek Brown is a Washington DC area mixologist.  He owns the bar The Passenger, as well as the 18 seat Columbia Room housed in the same building.  Derek treats his cocktail menus much the way a private chef would, parsing courses and pairing cocktails with food. 

Egg whites are frequently used in cocktails, including the Pisco Sour.

1 egg white
2 1/2 oz Pisco Capel
1/2 oz simple syrup
3/4 oz fresh lemon juice
Angostura Bitters

In cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine egg white, Pisco, simple syrup, and lemon juice. Cover, shake vigorously for 15 seconds, and strain into six-ounce cocktail glass. Top with a few drops of bitters. 

(From Epicurious)

Guest Interview Market Report 7 MIN, 18 SEC

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Mary Sue Milliken is chef and co-owner of The Border Grill (1445 4th St., Santa Monica, (310) 451-1655).  She is buying fresh lima beans from McGrath Family Farms for a succotash.  Sauté the lima beans with corn and diced butternut squash.  If you plan to serve the succotash warm, use butter.  For a cold salad sauté with olive oil.  Mary Sue likes to start the succotash with onion.

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David Karp is a pomologist with UC Riverside.  On the Market Report, he talks about grapes in the muscat family like Sweet Melissa and Sweet Scarlet.

 

Music Break: Perdido by Perdido

Guest Interview Rene Redzepi 7 MIN, 1 SEC

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Rene Redzepi is the chef at Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark, recently named as the best restaurant in the world by Restaurant magazine.  His book is Noma: Time and Place in Nordic Cuisine.

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