Jonathan Gold joins host Evan Kleiman every week on Good Food. This week he reviews The Dining Room at the Langham. Zane Lamprey tells us what its like to drink for a living. The future of school bake sales is in jeopardy says Helena Echlin. Laura Wright reveals the astonishing amount of food wasted every day. Fisherman Mark Marhefka explains what a community supported fishery is. The New York Times' Kim Severson tells us about the chefs that influenced her. Plus Mira Advani Honeycutt introduces us to Indian wine. And Laura Avery has what's fresh at the Santa Monica Farmers Market this week. She talks to David Karp who issues a challenge to strawberry growers.
Bake Sales; Food Waste; Indian Wine; Strawberries
From this Episode:
Galante Strawberry (Photo: David Karp) April is peak strawberry season. Fruit researcher David Karp has a manifesto for Southern California strawberry growers. The most...
7 min, 19 sec
(Photo: David La Spina for The New York Times) Mark Marhefka is a second generation commercial fisherman, fishing off the shores of South Carolina. As of January 1, 2010...
5 min, 33 sec
Zane Lamprey is the host of Three Sheets on the Travel Channel. He's currently on tour and will be appearing at the House of Blues in Anaheim on April 30.
6 min, 38 sec
Bake Sale Survival
Helena Echlin writes the Table Manners column for Chow.com . The New York Department of Education recently banned bake sales in public schools. Helena has advice for...
6 min, 43 sec
Grover Vineyards Mira Advani Honeycutt is a wine writer and the chairperson of the Los Angeles Mumbai Sister City Coalition. Her most recent book is California's...
7 min, 5 sec
The Dining Room
Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize winning food writer for the LA Weekly. This week he reviews The Dining Room at the Langham Hotel in Pasadena. The restaurant, helmed by...
8 min, 46 sec
Laura Wright is a Senior at On Earth , an environmental magazine. She recently wrote about food waste in the U.S. According to the USDA, Americans waste 30 percent of all...
8 min, 13 sec