The Brass Sisters celebrate Mother’s Day by sharing their mother’s favorite recipes, while Helena Echlin tells us the rules on keeping secret recipes confidential. Clare Crespo creates magic with Yummyfun Kooking, septuagenarian Clarence Bass shares his “uniform eating” diet and filmmaker Justin Bookey digs up the geoduck clam. Plus, Jonathan Gold tells us about his latest food find, writer Jennifer 8. Lee discusses the evolution of Chinese food in America and Laura Avery finds what’s in season in a fresh Market Report.
Geoduck Clam; Mother's Day Tale; American Chinese Food
From this Episode:
A Mother's Day Tale
Marilynn and Sheila Brass, known as the Brass Sisters , celebrate Mother's Day by recounting a story of their mother that made her cry tears of despair. They also share...
Clare Crespo creates kitchen magic with Yummyfun Kooking, an amazingly inventive cooking series that transports viewers into another world. Her shows are available for...
Septuagenarian Clarence Bass controls his caloric intake by eating the same meals everyday through his " uniform eating " diet. He recommends eating healthy foods that you...
Filmmaker Justin Bookey digs deep for the geoduck clam, the world's largest and oldest clam, in 3 Feet Under: Digging Deep for the Geoduck Clam . Pronounced "gooey duck",...
La Mill Coffee
Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic and LA Weekly columnist Jonathan Gold samples the next generation of coffee gastronomy at La Mill Coffee in Silver Lake. He recommends...
American Chinese Food
Writer Jennifer 8. Lee discusses the evolution of Chinese food in America in her book, The Fortune Cookie Chronicles : Adventures in the World of Chinese Food. Lee also...
Secret Recipe Etiquette
Etiquette expert Helena Echlin tells us the rules on keeping secret recipes confidential and talks about her own secret salsa recipe that won't share with anyone. Echlin...