Jonathan Gold samples spicy Thai food, while Good Food producer Thea Chaloner and host Evan Kleiman get their fill of Jewish noodle pudding at the kugel cook-off. Journalist Charles Haviland discovers a bakery on Mt. Everest, Elizabeth Royte chronicles the bottled water phenomenon and Stephanie Klein recounts her issues with weight and fat camp experience. Plus, Rowan Jacobsen gives us an update on honeybees, Michael Cigliano discusses seasonal seafood and Laura Avery has a fresh Market Report.
Bottled Water; Honeybees Update; Mt. Everest Bakery; Kugel-Off
From this Episode:
Writer Rowan Jacobsen updates us on the plight of the honeybee and Colony Collapse Disorder. His book, Fruitless Fall : The Collapse of the Honeybee and the Coming...
Writer Elizabeth Royte discusses drinking water's commercialization, tap water and the environmental impact of plastic water bottles in Bottlemania : How Water Went on...
Santa Monica Seafood owner Michael Cigliano discuses fresh and tasty seasonal seafood. His family has operated Santa Monica Seafood since 1939 and have stores in Costa Mesa...
Mt. Everest Bakery
BBC reporter Charles Haviland traveled to the base camp in Mt. Everest to find the world's highest bakery. Haviland is stationed in the Himalayas and recently wrote about...
The Market Report
Ron Cornelson is a neighbor of Art Lang of Honey Crisp Farms in Reedley, California. They both grow the highly sought-after Snow Queen nectarines. These white-fleshed...
Good Food producer Thea Chaloner documented Yiddishkayt 's kugel cook-off, in which host Evan Kleiman and Jonathan Gold judged over 30 entries. The winning entry was Carol...
LA Weekly food writer and Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Jonathan Gold revisits spicy Thai food favorite, Renu Nakorn in Norwalk.