We hear stories from the Good Food-Moth StorySlam. Mark Bittman of the New York Times proposes taxing sodas and junk food, and subsidizing fruits and vegetables. Elina Shatkin of the LA Weekly gives us the scoop on where to find the best ice cream in LA. Evan talks to Christina Tosi, the pastry chef who invented Crack Pie. Home baker Mark Stambler explains what cottage laws are, and Jonathan Gold can't get enough pork in Koreatown. Plus, a recipe for a Tomato Tarte Tatin.
Crack Pie, Mark Bittman, Good Food at The Moth
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Robert Wemischner is a professor of baking and pastry at Los Angeles Trade Technical College. He's also the author of four cookbooks. His most recent book, The Dessert...
Battling the Health Department
Mark Stambler is an artisinal bread baker who, until recently, was baking bread out of his home and selling it to local shops. Earlier this year, the Los Angeles Times...
Your Stories Told Live
Earlier this month Good Food partnered with The Moth for an incredible night of storytelling. Ten brave listeners told their food stories live on stage - without notes -...
Tax the Bad, Subsidize the Good
Mark Bittman , noted Minimalist and food-policy writer for the New York Times and New York Times Magazine, believes that soda and junk food should be taxed and fruits and...
Christina Tosi is the executive pastry chef for all the Momofuku restaurants and the co-owner of Momofuku Milkbar. Her Crack Pie has become a nation-wide sensation. A...
The Top 10 Scoops in LA
Elina Shatkin, who writes for the LA Weekly , recently embarked on a 30-day ice cream crawl across Los Angeles. Her top five ice cream and gelato picks follow.