Brian Boitano shares the struggle that many figure skaters have with food. Kim Severson talks about Chef José Andrés’ humanitarian work in Puerto Rico. Pete Wells asks why restaurateurs and chefs are issuing tepid responses to sexual harassment scandals. Meanwhile, Jonathan Gold ventures a review of The Hearth & Hound in Hollywood. And we’re checking out a different market this week: Smorgasburg LA.
Brian Boitano, José Andrés' philanthropy, Pete Wells on harassment
From this Episode:
Starvation and the Olympics
Figure Skater Brian Boitano was an Olympic gold medalist in 1988 and won multiple world and U.S. championships over his career. But he was recently in the news for a...
Kim Severson on José Andrés, Humanitarian of the Year
Chef José Andrés serving the community in Puerto Rico. Photo courtesy of World Central Kitchen.
Owning up to harassment
Recently some noted chefs and restaurateurs have announced that they’re stepping away from the day-to-day operations of their businesses following allegations of sexual...
Jonathan Gold dines at The Hearth & Hound
April Bloomfield presides over a vegetable-focused menu with standouts like the cabbage with oyster emulsion. Photo by Sierra Prescott.
Market Report: Smorgasburg LA
A chef from popular Smorgasburg LA vendor Shrimp Daddy prepares their signature garlic shrimp. Photo by Rosalie Atkinson. Good Food visits the weekly Smorgasburg LA...