This week, Evan talks to Hank Shaw, author of Hunt, Gather, Cook, about how to forage, fish and hunt for our dinner and with Gawain Kripke of Oxfam America, who describes why food prices have reached staggering highs. Howard Means introduces us to a new side of Johnny Appleseed. We find out how Eric Greenspan uses soda to cook gorditas and chef Peter Smith tells us what to do with gin leftovers. Plus, Jonathan Gold takes us out for huaraches in Highland Park.
Cooking with Jarritos, Foraging for Dinner, Rising Food Prices
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Cooking with Soda
Eric Greenspan is the chef/owner of The Foundry on Melrose . He has an unusual method for cooking gorditas – in soda. Greenspan uses Mexican soda giant Jarritos brand...
Peter Smith is the chef/owner of PS7's in Washington, DC. He uses the leftovers from the distilling of gin to create unique flavors in the kitchen.
David Karp is a pomologist with UC Riverside and a freelance writer for the Los Angeles Times food section, where he writes the Market Watch column. This week he discusses...
Foraging for Dinner
Hank Shaw is a hunter, angler, gardener and cook. His book, Hunt, Gather, Cook : Finding the Forgotten Feast is an essential DIY guide for home cooks everywhere. A recipe...
Rising Food Prices
Gawain Kripke is the Director of Policy Research at Oxfam International. He explains how climate change and policy decisions have led to recent spikes in food prices ....
Howard Means is the author of Johnny Appleseed : The Man, The Myth, The American Story. His account of John Chapman offers a new look at the American nurseryman. Music...