FROM Harriet Ells
The History of the Square Meal, Beets, Community Seafood Abigail Carroll talks about the history of the square meal in the US, Mark Bittman breaks down beet salad, and Community Seafood discusses its Santa Barbara fishery.
Butter Aerobics, The Creative Process of Bartenders, CA Drought A butter aerobics class enlivens the Santa Monica Pier, Christiaan Rollich talks about his innovative cocktails and a look at the drought that is threatening farmers.
Christmas means KFC in Japan, Cooking Goose, Pig Ear Cheetos Hank Shaw explains why we don’t eat goose more, Tracy Slater discusses the KFC Christmas tradition in Japan and Jonathan Gold tries The Church Key’s pig ear cheetos.
Daniel Boulud, Remembering Judy Rodgers, Scratch and Sniff Wine Evan talks to Daniel Boulud about his new book, Joyce Goldstein reflects on Judy Rodgers' life, and Richard Betts talks about his scratch and sniff wine guide.
Soviet Food Memories, Salt Block Cooking, Deborah Madison Anya Von Bremsen longs for Soviet cuisine, Mark Bitterman talks about salt block cooking, and Deborah Madison talks about what it means to be vegetable literate.
The Future of Agave, The A.O.C. Cookbook, and Trans Fats Is an agave shortage threatening tequila? How many Americans will go hungry as a result of food stamp cuts? And the FDA's proposal to ban trans fats.
LA Sriracha Festival, Coffee Beers, Lifesaving Condiments A quick history of sriracha with the founder of the first annual LA Sriracha Festival; plus, how brewers are experimenting with coffee in their beers.
Chinese Breakfast in LA, Mollie Katzen, The Best Roti in NYC In an unsuspecting part of Monterey Park, Jonathan Gold finds the best Hong Kong style breakfast in Los Angeles. Plus, a trip to Ozone Park, Queens for roti.
'American Gods' showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green The novel American Gods features countless mythological characters gearing up to fight an epic battle. The writer-producers of the new adaptation on Starz were determined to do justice to the book -- even if that meant constantly moving production and pushing the budget. Showrunners Michael Green and Bryan Fuller tell us why they're not worried about critics who say the show is confusing, and go into the thinking behind an especially memorable, explicit sex scene.
The Art of Manufacturing, Apple's new headquarters What's one mile around, has a four-story glass door, and looks like a spaceship? DnA gets a tour of Apple's new headquarters in Cupertino. And we learn about Los Angeles' creative economy, and why LA is a hotbed for manufacturing.