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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...
11 min, 11 sec
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...
6 min, 41 sec
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...
5 min, 45 sec
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...
8 min, 13 sec
'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...
8 min, 57 sec
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...
7 min, 50 sec