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We hear about tiki bars and cocktails past and present, Matt Biancaniello tells us how he's making margaritas sans limes and Donald Link gives us a taste of the South.

Banner image: Matt Robold

Lunch at the Shop

Peter Miller

Producers:
Gillian Ferguson
Laryl Garcia
Sarah Rogozen
Caroline Chamberlain

Jonathan Gold Reviews Orsa and Winston 7 MIN, 11 SEC

gf140405orsa.jpgJonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer of the Los Angeles Times. This week he reviews Orsa and Winston, chef Josef Centeno's latest culinary endeavor, located in downtown. His menu features small plates, 'exquisitely sourced produce.' In lieu of its Japanese, Italian and Spanish influences, Jonathan says it all "tastes like Los Angeles."

Orsa and Winston
122 W 4th St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
213-687-0300

All of Jonathan's restaurant suggestions are on the Good Food restaurant map.

A Trip Down South with Donald Link 7 MIN, 35 SEC

gf140405down_south.jpgDonald Link is the chef of several restaurants in New Orleans including Herb Saint and Cochon. His most recent cookbook is Down South, Evan Kleiman's most recent KCRW Cookbook Club pick. His irresistible recipe for crab and shrimp spaghetti is on the Good Food blog.

 
Music: "Blame It on the Booze" by To Be Continued Brass Band
Tiki Then and Now 20 MIN, 23 SEC

gf140405colman_andrews.jpgSerena Herrick of Allumette, cookbook author Colman Andrews and rum connoisseur Matt Robold all share their affinity for tiki, that intoxicating combination of rum and kitsch. Serena Herrick talks about her tiki-inspired happy hour menu, Colman Andrews reminisces about the famous tiki bar, Trader Vic's, and Matt Robold shares some of his favorite rums.

We've got lots of tiki-inspired cocktail recipes on the Good Food blog.

 
Music: "Aloha No Honolulu" and "Hawaiian War Chant" by Arthur Lyman

My Usual Table

Colman Andrews

Pick a Pickle 5 MIN, 51 SEC

gf140405pickle.jpgHugh Acheson is a cookbook author and chef behind numerous restaurants in Georgia. He shares his unique new cookbook with us that's dedicated to the pickle. Pick a Pickle is a booklet of fifty cards that has a recipe for something pickle-related on each card. Acheson and his book will be at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books next Saturday. Find a recipe for his Pickled Turnip Stems on the Good Food blog.

Pick a Pickle

Hugh Acheson

Market Report with Matt Biancaniello

Laura Avery speaks with journalist David Karp about his recent New York Times article which describes the three causes of the Mexican lime shortage: weather, disease and cartels. Plus, LA cocktail wizard Matt Biancaniello says sometimes an ingredient shortage can be an excuse to get creative. He notes how the Cognac shortage in the late 1800's led to bartenders in New Orleans using rye whiskey and inventing the Sazerac. Perhaps the lime shortage will create a similarly famous cocktail. Find a recipe for his lime-less Margarita on the Good Food blog.

To learn more about the lime shortage and how it's 'putting the squeeze' on Mexican food, tune-in to the recent Which Way, LA? discussion.

Music: "Dangerous" by Big Data

Orange County's Only Turkish Bakery 4 MIN, 51 SEC

Gustavo Arellano is the editor of OC Weekly and a host of KCRW's OC Line. This week he tells us about Ikram Bakery, the only Turkish bakery in Orange County that he says has fantastic savory breads and pastries.

Music: "Mardi Gras in New Orleans" by To Be Continued Brass Band

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