Heather Davis runs an all-night American diner in Mallorca, while Sam Quinones explains how Michoacan, Mexico makes its mark with ice cream. Monica Bearden describes how chocolate can fight cavities, Dr. Daphne Miller examines why certain populations avoid getting certain diseases, and chef Charles Royal teaches how to use New Zealand’s Maori ingredients in cooking. Plus, writer Anthony Grant rounds up the best ice cream, Jonathan Gold nibbles on the latest dim sum restaurant and Laura Avery has a fresh Market Report.
All-Night Diner in Mallorca; Ice Cream; Cavity-Fighting Chocolate
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All-Night Diner in Mallorca
Ex-pat foodie Heather Davis pursues her dream of running an all-night American diner in the island of Mallorca, Spain. Her restaurant is called American Diner and they go...
LA Times staff writer Sam Quinones explains how Michoacan, Mexico made its mark with popsicles - paletas. In the town of Tocumbo, located in the state of Michoacan,...
Chef Charles Royal teaches how to use New Zealand’s Maori ingredients in cooking. He is an expert on Maori foods and his company, Kinaki NZ , supplies indigenous New...
Ice Cream Round-Up
Forbes Traveler 's senior editor Anthony Grant rounds up the best ice cream in America. He focuses on McConnell's Ice Cream , Toscanini's and and Ciao Bella , which can...
Chocolate Fights Cavities
Registered dietician Monica Bearden talks about the possible health benefits in cacao beans and how eating chocolate can fight cavities. She is the co-author of Chocolate -...
LA Weekly columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Jonathan Gold nibbles on the latest dim sum restaurant, King Hua, located in Alhambra.
The Jungle Effect
Dr. Daphne Miller examines why certain populations avoid getting certain diseases and talks about cold spots diets in her book, The Jungle Effect : A Doctor Discovers the...