Holiday gift buying is in full swing, and so we’re looking back on a year of stellar cookbooks with Celia Sack of Omnivore Books. We’re also highlighting two great indie food zines you should know about. Plus: chef Anita Lo goes “Solo” and Zach Brooks and Evan Kleiman dissect their favorite restaurants of the year.
2018’s best cookbooks and restaurant openings
From this Episode:
2018’s best cookbooks with Omnivore Books’ Celia Sack
The holidays are here and gift shopping is in full effect. Evan Kleiman sits down with Celia Sack, the owner of Omnivore Books on Food in San Francisco, to discuss the...
11 min, 27 sec
Whetstone Media champions local food and new voices
Though some high-profile food magazines have struggled in recent years, indie food magazines are flourishing. Stephen Satterfield founded Whetstone Magazine in 2017.
8 min, 9 sec
Compound Butter magazine: merging food and art
Jessie and Jaya Nicely are the brains behind Compound Butter magazine, in which personal vignettes about food are often accompanied by wildly creative illustrations...
9 min, 20 sec
Anita Lo goes “Solo” in new cookbook
Anita Lo is a first-generation Chinese-American chef who has cooked at some of the highest levels you can imagine. She held a Michelin star for nine years as chef of Anissa...
9 min, 59 sec
A look back at LA’s restaurant openings in 2018
2018 was a banner year for Los Angeles restaurants, with so many anticipated openings that it’s difficult to remember them all. Smorgasburg GM and avid eater Zach...
9 min, 17 sec