KJ Kearney, founder of Black Food Fridays, works to recognize the contributions of his ancestors one day at a time. LA Times Food Editor Daniel Hernandez and chef Gabriela Camara remember Mexican food and culture icon Diana Kennedy. Spirits writer Camper English tells the tale of booze as a cure-all throughout history. Joe Egender and Maciel Bañales Luna open the first vegan butcher shop in Los Angeles. Finally, Sonoko Sakai shops for peppers for furikake at the farmers market.
Black Food Fridays, remembering Diana Kennedy, vegan butchers
From this Episode:
Black Food Fridays: KJ Kearney’s political advocacy celebrates Black food culture
KJ Kearney, founder of Black Food Fridays, works to recognize the contributions of his ancestors every week.
Exploring the food legacy of the late Diana Kennedy
Daniel Hernandez and Gabriela Camara share memories of their time spent with Mexican cuisine authority, Diana Kennedy, who passed away in July.
Beer, wine, and spirits: The medicinal origins of liquor
Spirits writer Camper English tells the tale of booze as a cure-all throughout history.
Los Angeles gets its first vegan butcher shop
Maciel Bañales Luna and Joe Egender open a plant-based butcher shop and deli in Highland Park.