Fracking and Food; Papaya King in LA; Afghan Cuisine

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This week, Pulitzer Prize-winner Jonathan Gold takes us to Papaya King, the latest New York transplant to hit Los Angeles. Pro Publica's Abrahm Lustgarten explains how the controversial practice of franking affects our food supply. Noted cookbook author Patricia Wells serves salad as a meal. We also get the scoop on chef Eric Greenspan's famous fried chicken. Zach Brooks takes us out to lunch for under $10. The OC Weekly's Gustavo Arellano clues us in on the best Afghan restaurant in Orange County. Plus, Ilan Hall of the Gorbals tells us what he's doing with squash blossoms.  And, Laura Avery is at the Santa Monica Farmers' Market with a look at what's fresh and in season.

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