This week on Good Food with Evan Kleiman, find out where to get the best Chinese food in Los Angeles. Lesley Bargar Suter of Los Angeles Magazine shares her research. Jonathan Gold reviews the new restaurant at LACMA. We'll find out what it's like to have no sense of smell from Jason Feifer. Plus, a look at how the growing demand for sharks' fin soup is affecting our oceans. We'll get a recipe for a pistachio candy from Charlie Schaffer. And Eddie Lin goes to a goat roast.
Chinese Food in LA; Ban on Sharks' Fin; Eating at LACMA
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Sharks' Fin Ban
John McCosker is a Senior Scientist and the first Chair of Aquatic Research at the California Academy of Sciences . From 1973 through 1994 he was Director of the...
Charlie Schaffer of Shaffer's Genuine Foods is using Santa Barbara Pistachios for a roca, which is like a hard candy. Buy the unsalted kernels (shelled). Find the...
Eddie Lin writes the blog Deep End Dining . He went to Tender Greens in West Hollywood (8759 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood) for their monthly whole-animal roasts....
Ray's at LACMA
Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Weekly and he reviews restaurants for Good Food every week. This week, he reviews Ray's , the new...
The Man Who Can't Smell
Jason Feifer has hyposmia , or a diminished ability to smell. He wrote about his condition for Men's Health . Approximately 16 percent of Americans experience some...