Our annual pie contest went off without a hitch! Now, meet the winners. Tired of all the sweet stuff? We’ll dig into LA’s Sichuan food scene with Fuchsia Dunlop and also with Jonathan Gold during his update on the LA Times Food Bowl. Hsiao-Ching Chou has some tips on cooking Chinese food for the first time. Also, find spring onions at the market this week.
Fuchsia Dunlop's LA trip, 'Chinese Soul Food,' Tucson's foodways
From this Episode:
Good Food Pie Contest winners
Megan and Mike Craven’s chocolate cream with toasted meringue pie took home three separate awards during this year’s pie contest. Photo by Rosalie Atkinson.
LA's Sichuan Scene
Chinese cooking expert Fuchsia Dunlop shares about LA’s rich Sichuan food scene. Photo by KittyKaht /Wikimedia commons.
Chinese soul food
You don’t have to wait until Lunar New Year rolls around next year to learn how to make soup dumplings and long life noodles.
Jonathan Gold recounts the Sichuan Summit
Jonathan Gold gives a progress report on the LA Food Bowl He recaps the Sichuan Summit and previews the Night Market taking place from May 16 through 20.
Market Report: Spring onions
Spring (onions) have sprung at the market! Photo by Joseph Stone.
Producers:Nick Liao, Rosalie Atkinson, Joseph Stone, Laryl Garcia
Image of mother Carolyn Wheeler and her daughter Caroline Kcenich took home ribbons at this year’s pie contest. Photo by Brian Feinzimer.