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Food and race, the Bäco book and a farewell to summer herbs
From this Episode:
Jonathan Gold reviews Vespertine
This week, LA Times food critic Jonathan Gold tries the experimental tasting menu at Vespertine , Jordan Kahn’s extravagant new restaurant in Culver City. The intimate...
Now you can make a bäco at home
Josef Centeno opened his first restaurant, Bäco Mercat, six years ago in a 110-year-old Italian Renaissance Revival building in Downtown Los Angeles. Since then, Centeno’s...
Food and white supremacy
Talking about race can get complicated and uncomfortable. But Nigerian-American chef and activist Tunde Wey confronts such discussions head on. In his latest essay for...