You've heard of a pub crawl, how about a bakery crawl? This week on Good Food with Evan Kleiman, we'll follow food blogger Chrystal Baker as she visits four different bakeries in one morning. Jonathan Gold takes us our for Armenian food. Eddie Lin experiences a pop up restaurant, with a twist. Donuts are artist Eric Joyner's medium of choice. Elina Shatkin sorts out the political mess surrounding the gourmet food trucks. Pomologist David Karp looks at a California treasure - the Gravenstein apple. Plus, eating in New Orleans on this fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Tom Fitzmorris is our guide. Patty Lovera tells us about how the USDA and the Department of Justice are working to improve the way farmers do business. And Zoe Nathan of Huckleberry shares a recipe for poached pears.
Food Truck War; Bakery Crawl; Pop Up Restaurants; The Gravenstein
From this Episode:
Zoe Nathan is the pastry chef at Rustic Canyon and at Huckleberry Cafe in Santa Monica.
Armenian Food in Studio City
Jonathan Gold writes the Counter Intelligence column for the LA Weekly, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize. He recommends Mantee Cafe in Studio City for Armenian food...
Tom Fitzmorris' book is Hungry Town . He is a food critic, radio host and has a widely read newsletter and website.
Food Truck War
Elina Shatkin is the West Coast editor for Toque , an online food magazine. There is a political fight happening in Los Angeles over regulation of food trucks . Many...
Eric Joyner is an artist who frequently uses images of donuts in his work. His current show at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City runs through September 1.
USDA & DOJ Workshops for Farmers
Patty Lovera is the Assistant Director for Food and Water Watch , an advocacy group in Northern California. They've been closely watching a series of hearings hosted by...
Gatsby-Style Pop Up Restaurant
Eddie Lin writes the blog Deep End Dining and he frequently contributes to Good Food. He recently attended a pop-up dinner presented by A Razor, A Shiny Knife . Michael...
Sara Tatsch, Julia Mestas, Chrystal Baker, Quyen Gin Chrystal Baker writes the blog Duo Dishes . Recently, she went on a bakery crawl with three other LA food bloggers:...