Margot Dougherty makes a best- of list for LA's bakeries. And vitamins aren't doing you any favors according to Dr. Will Clower. If a hurricane destroys a community, can family recipes build it back up? Judy Walker will let us know. Abby Dodge gets busy with carrot cake and says it's making a comeback. Jonathan Gold eats at Bazaar, the new restaurant. And Erik Knutzen & Kelly Coyne push the Urban Homestead movement -- learn to cook, grow and harvest. Rather than open your own commercial kitchen, why not rent one that's already set up? Andrea Bell talks about her shared spaces. Plus Laura Avery hears how to make a fish dinner in 15 minutes.
Carrot Cake Smackdown; Kitchen Incubators; Recipes after Katrina
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L.A.'s Best Bakeries
Margot Dougherty compiled a list of the 20 best bakeries in the latest issue of Los Angeles Magazine . If your favorite isn't on this list, tell us. Leave a comment below.
The Market Report
Farmer Alex Weiser grows "new" potatoes. These are potatoes that have been just dug from the ground and have not had time for their skin to set and get tough. New potatoes...
A Carrot Cake Smackdown
Abby Dodge is a contributing editor at Fine Cooking magazine and the author of The Weekend Baker . For Fine Cooking's Carrot Cake "smackdown," Abby created a classic...
Cooking Up a Storm
Judy Walker is the food editor of The Times-Picayune of New Orleans . She is the co-author of Cooking Up A Storm with Marcelle Bienvenu , a columnist for The...
Jonathan Gold Visits Bazaar
Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer for the L.A. Weekly where he writes the Counter Intelligence column. Jonathan recently reviewed Jose Andres' Bazaar ,...
Andrea Bell is the proprietor of the Chef's Kitchen Cooperative in Los Angeles. The Cooperative has five commercial kitchens, which are rented to artisanal food...
Making an Urban Homestead
Erik Knutzen and Kelly Coyne are the authors of The Urban Homestead and the blog Homegrown Evolution . They own four hens, a vegetable garden, a homemade rooftop...