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In early 2018, the NoMad Hotel   opened its doors in downtown Los Angeles to much fanfare.

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T ravel back in time to London, just before the turn of the 20th century. It’s the Belle Epoque, and World War I hasn’t happened yet.

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What we eat, and how we do it, binds humans across wildly different geographies and cultures.

Food creates common ground

What we eat, and how we do it, binds humans across wildly different geographies and cultures.

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Laura visits with   Native   chef and partner  Nyesha Arrington   , who’s shopping for goat cheese from  Drake Family Farms    in Ontario—one of the last dairy farms in Southern…

Market Report: Goat Cheese

Laura visits with   Native chef and partner Nyesha Arrington , who’s shopping for goat cheese from Drake Family Farms   in Ontario—one of the last dairy farms in Southern…

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Andrea Nguyen  is a James Beard-winning cookbook author and a trusted authority on making Vietnamese classics at home, like pho and banh mi.

Vietnamese cooking expert Andrea Nguyen goes simple

Andrea Nguyen is a James Beard-winning cookbook author and a trusted authority on making Vietnamese classics at home, like pho and banh mi.

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Andrea Nguyen is back to say that cooking Vietnamese is doable any day of the week. What we eat and how we do it binds humanity across geography and culture, according to Chris Ying.

Viet cooking made simple, Ritz & Escoffier, and goat cheese

Andrea Nguyen is back to say that cooking Vietnamese is doable any day of the week. What we eat and how we do it binds humanity across geography and culture, according to Chris Ying.

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Natural wine—or wine made with minimal intervention—is a booming industry. And for some obsessives, it’s practically a religion.

What’s all the fuss about natural wine?

Natural wine—or wine made with minimal intervention—is a booming industry. And for some obsessives, it’s practically a religion.

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Blood oranges are especially prized for their deep crimson flesh and robust flavor.

Market Report: Blood Oranges

Blood oranges are especially prized for their deep crimson flesh and robust flavor.

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Najmieh Batmanglij   is perhaps the foremost authority on Persian cuisine in the Western world, if not outside of Iran.

The queen of Persian cooking goes home for her latest book

Najmieh Batmanglij is perhaps the foremost authority on Persian cuisine in the Western world, if not outside of Iran.

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Persian cooking expert Najmieh Batmanglij talks to Evan about what it was like to return to Iran and cook there after years of exile.

A Persian homecoming, noodle soup dreams, and a natural wine party

Persian cooking expert Najmieh Batmanglij talks to Evan about what it was like to return to Iran and cook there after years of exile.

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Ken Albala  is a noted food historian and prolific cookbook author—and you might call him a noodle soup fanatic. So much that he made a different noodle soup every day, for two years.

For some, noodle soup is worth obsessing over

Ken Albala is a noted food historian and prolific cookbook author—and you might call him a noodle soup fanatic. So much that he made a different noodle soup every day, for two years.

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Humans have been using natural processes to make wine and beer for eons. But what do we know about what they tasted like, and what if we could recreate them today?

Drinking like the ancients

Humans have been using natural processes to make wine and beer for eons. But what do we know about what they tasted like, and what if we could recreate them today?

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Evan’s favorite cookbook of 2018 wasn’t on most “Best Of” lists last year. But she says that shouldn’t stop you from immediately seeking it out.

Cooking in Iran: Evan Kleiman’s cookbook of the year

Evan’s favorite cookbook of 2018 wasn’t on most “Best Of” lists last year. But she says that shouldn’t stop you from immediately seeking it out.

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Happy year of the pig! Chinese New Year begins today, February 5, 2019.

Chinese New Year with LA Chef Shirley Chung: Pork means getting money, chicken means saving money

Happy year of the pig! Chinese New Year begins today, February 5, 2019.

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Laura Avery   visits   Luca Manderino, chef and owner of  Sosta    in Hermosa Beach, to get some tips about showcasing the licorice flavor of Italian fennel in a salad.

Market Report: Italian fennel

Laura Avery visits Luca Manderino, chef and owner of Sosta  in Hermosa Beach, to get some tips about showcasing the licorice flavor of Italian fennel in a salad.

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What makes Jewish delis like Canter’s so great—and why we shouldn’t take them for granted.

Remembering Alan Canter

What makes Jewish delis like Canter’s so great—and why we shouldn’t take them for granted.

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What makes for the perfect waffle? According to contributor   Gideon Brower  ’s longtime friend Jack, it’s a combination of color, texture, and—tanginess?

Chasing memories of a “hippie waffle”

What makes for the perfect waffle? According to contributor Gideon Brower ’s longtime friend Jack, it’s a combination of color, texture, and—tanginess?

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Will Guidara  , along with chef Daniel Humm, is the restaurateur behind celebrated ventures such as Eleven Madison Park and   The NoMad Hotel  .

Hospitality lessons from Will Guidara

Will Guidara , along with chef Daniel Humm, is the restaurateur behind celebrated ventures such as Eleven Madison Park and The NoMad Hotel .

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This week we visit a museum exhibit featuring foods that are inarguably revolting—or are they? Plus, a look at how formerly hippie foods like dense grain breads went mainstream.

What makes for a disgusting food?

This week we visit a museum exhibit featuring foods that are inarguably revolting—or are they? Plus, a look at how formerly hippie foods like dense grain breads went mainstream.

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If the idea of eating rotting fish, bull’s penis, and monkey brains piques your interest, the  Disgusting Food Museum    in the Arts District might be for you.

Can you stomach the Disgusting Food Museum?

If the idea of eating rotting fish, bull’s penis, and monkey brains piques your interest, the Disgusting Food Museum  in the Arts District might be for you.

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