Do you dream of making homemade gifts for your friends and family over the holidays? Ernest Miller gives us some unique ideas for DIY gifts, including ornaments and homemade liqueurs. Brad Thomas Parsons suggests using bitters to spice up your next cocktail and your next batch of pancakes. Mycologist Paul Stamets returns to tell us how mushrooms can be used in lieu of pesticides on farms. Celebrity chef Michael Moore says a diagnosis of diabetes doesn’t mean an end to delicious food, and Jonathan Gold celebrates brunch beer pairings with Lucky Charm Pancakes and Fruity Pebbles Whipped Cream. Plus, Roy Choi of Kogi fame bares all about his youth, unemployment and starting one of the largest food trends of the decade.
Cocktail Bitters, Lucky Charm Pancakes, Homemade Liqueur
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Can Mushrooms Replace Pesticides?
Paul Stamets is an American mycologist and the author of Mycelium Running : How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World. He also owns and operates Fungi Perfecti , an online...
Ernest Miller is the lead instructor for the LA County Master Preserver Program, and he's the kitchen manager and chef at Farmers' Kitchen in Hollywood. Miller likes to...
The Truth about Bitters
Brad Thomas Parsons is the author of Bitters : A Spirited History of a Classic Cure-All, with Cocktails, Recipes, and Formulas. A recipe for Apple Bitters, as well as...
Josh Drew is the chef de cuisine at Farmshop in the Brentwood Country Mart. He likes to use Windrose Farm 's Fairy Squash in a winter salad of wheat berries, pomegranate...
The Journey to Kogi
On November 11, Roy Choi, of Kogi fame, participated in StoryCorp's oral history project. He talks to his friend Jude Angelini about growing up in disparate...
Lucky Charms Pancakes
Jonathan Gold visits Beer Belly in Koreatown. Despite its location, Beer Belly serves more pub grub than Korean food. Highlights include the duck fat French fries, the...