Hear about Pulitzer Prize-winner Jonathan Gold's trip to the legendary El Bulli in Spain, and Erika Nakamura and Amelia Posada (aka Lindy & Grundy) trip to Washington, DC to represent young entrepreneurs. Discover how the Ancient Romans ate from historian Andrew Dalby, and enjoy 13 courses of truffles from food blogger Erika Kerekes. We hear how Eugene Brown is improving underserved Kansas City neighborhoods' access to healthy food, while Craig Redmond of Mercy Corps is doing the same in Jakarta's slums. We learn about carnivorous plants in California from Damon Collingsworth. Plus, Gawain Kripke explains why food prices are so high.
Eating in Ancient Rome; Trufflepalooza; Carnivorous Plants
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Jonathan Gold at El Bulli
Pulitzer Prize-winner Jonathan Gold traveled to Spain for the Wall Street Journal to review El Bulli , the legendary restaurant owned by Ferran Adrià. The restaurant is...
Kansas City Food Trucks
Eugene Brown runs Beans and Greens mobile market in Kansas City. The mobile markets provide under-served neighborhoods with healthy food.
Healthy Food in Jakarta
Access to healthy food is also a problem in Jakarta, Indonesia's slums. Craig Redmond of Mercy Corps is working with street food vendors, which provide many of the meals...
John Keenan is the Chef de Cuisine at Craft in Century City (10100 Constellation Blvd, LA, 90067). They are serving a speck wrapped cod on their tasting menu. It's served...
Damon Collingsworth manages California Carnivores , which sells carnivorous plants in Sebastapol. Pictures of some of their sundews are here . Music break: Little Shop...
Erika Kerekes writes the blog, In Erika's Kitchen . For the last three years, Erika's been holding a Trufflepalooza, where she makes 13 dishes all containing truffles. One...
Lindy and Grundy Go to Washington
Erika Nakamura and Amelia Posada own Lindy & Grundy , a whole animal butcher shop in Los Angeles. They traveled to Washington, DC with Our Time , to speak to Congress and...