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'A Square Meal,' a kosher slaughter and Ukrainian Easter eggs
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'A Square Meal'
In the 1930s, the Great Depression gave rise to historic changes that drastically affected the way Americans ate. Andrew Coe and his wife, Jane Ziegelman , have done...
The Ukrainian art of decorating eggs
This weekend for Easter, tykes will dye their hard-boiled eggs with effervescent-colored tablets. In Ukraine, the art of egg decorating is taken to a whole new level of...
Jonathan Gold dines at Kismet
This week, our favorite food critic, Jonathan Gold , gets a Middle Eastern-inspired taste of rabbit, freekeh fritters and Turkish breakfast at Kismet in Los Feliz. Read...
Wild Fermentation 2.0
Thirteen years ago, Sandor Katz published “ Wild Fermentation: The Flavor, Nutrition, and Craft of Live-Culture Foods .” His seminal guide to all things cultured has...
'Hello, My Name is Ice Cream'
Rising temperatures here in the Southland call for an ice cream report. For that, we turn to Dana Cree . While working as a pastry chef at the Publican in Chicago, she...
The Market Report: Swiss chard
This week at the Santa Monica Farmers Market, Laura Avery talks with Sydney Hunter III , executive chef at Sawyer and Kettle Black in Silver Lake, about recipes that...