Photo: Michael Graydon and Nikole Herriott
FROM THIS EPISODE
Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer prize-winning food critic for the LA Times. This week, he visits Huo Zhou Wang, a congee specialist in the San Gabriel Valley. He recommends the House Special Congee that comes with dried scallops, large prawns and Manila clams.
Huo Zhou Wang
227 W.Valley Blvd.
San Gabriel, CA 91776
Read Jonathan's LA Times review and find all of his restaurant recommendations on the Good Food blog.
Music: "Drop it Like It's Hot" by Snoop Dogg
Market manager Laura Avery speaks with Thomas Gomez, of Lily's Eggs in Filmore, about duck eggs. Plus, Nyesha Arrington, chef-partner at Leona in Venice, gives us her spin on traditional bacon and eggs.
We've got a recipe for her "Bacon & Eggs" on the Good Food blog.
Music: "Big Dream" by Theme Park
Linda J. Johnson-Bell is an award-winning author and wine expert. Her latest book, Wine and Climate Change: Winemaking in a New World, explores how our changing climate is affecting the world's wine-producing regions.
Music: "Wax" by Theme Park
L. J. Johnson-Bell
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