Food in Egypt; Sang Yoon's Lukshon; Carrot Fennel Soup
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Anne Smith is the founder and director of The New School of Cooking (8690 Washington Blvd., Culver City). They use mostly farmers market ingredients in their classes.
7 min, 25 sec
Irvine Farmers Market
Delilah Snell is the author of The Road Less Traveled , an eco-store in Santa Ana. She is also a master preserver. She visted the Irvine Farmers Market for Good Food....
5 min, 48 sec
Food in Egypt
Claudia Roden is a cookbook author who was born in Egypt, who now lives in the UK. She has written extensively on the foods on the Mediterranean and the Middle East....
5 min, 26 sec
Obesity in the Developing World
Dr. Timothy Armstrong heads the World Health Organization's efforts on promoting a healthy diet and physical education. Part of their strategy is to target the marketing...
7 min, 42 sec
Jonathan Gold on Sang Yoon's Lukshon
Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Weekly . This week he reviews Lukshon , the new restaurant from Sang Yoon of Father's Office fame....
6 min, 59 sec
Thai Laotian Restaurant
Gustavo Arellano is the food editor for the OC Weekly . This week he tells us about a Thai Laos restaurant called Vientiane . He likes the mok pa, the ceviche, and the...
8 min, 20 sec
Black History Month
Dr. Frederick Douglas Opie is a history professor at Babson College in Massachusetts, and the author of Hog & Hominy: Soul Food from Africa to America . All this month...
8 min, 40 sec