This is the summer of pie here at Good Food. This week on the show, Russ Parsons of the LA Times explains how making a pie can be cathartic. Small batch distillers are on the rise. Meet David Haskell and Colin Spoelman who are making moonshine in Brooklyn. Andrew Beahrs celebrates American Food through the eyes of Mark Twain. Enjoy some comfort food with Jonathan Gold at Eva on Beverly. Losing weight is always hard, but it could be easier if you were doing it for a cause. Dr. Thomas Robinson explains. Good Food Producer Harriet Ells visits the home of the first ever Buffalo Wing while on a road trip to Canada. Plus, college student Mari Silva eats for free on movie sets. And Neil Kwon of Biergarten tells us about using farmers market ingredients for his Korean fusion dishes.
Buffalo Wings; Moonshine; Mark Twain's American Food; Pie
From this Episode:
Making Moonshine in Brooklyn
Colin Spoelman and David Haskell run Kings County Distillery , one of the first few distilleries open in New York City. They are making small batches of bourbon, whiskey...
Photo: Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times Russ Parsons is the editor of the Los Angeles Times' food section. According to Russ, pie making is a craft that needs to...
Buffalo Wing Odyssey
Good Food producer Harriet Ells hit the Anchor Bar while on a road trip to Canada, earlier this summer. The Anchor Bar in Buffalo, NY is home to the original Buffalo...
Mark Twain's American Food
Andrew Beahrs book is Twain's Feast: Searching for America's Lost Foods in the Foosteps of Samuel Clemens . Music Break: Beyond by Mr. Scruff
Neil Kwon owns Biergarten in Koreatown (206 N. Western Ave., LA). He infuses Korean flavors into traditional bar fare. He uses Korean shiso from Coleman Farms in his...