This week, we revisit our favorite segments of 2016. Journalist Martha Mendoza discusses slavery and sustainability in the shrimp supply chain. Then cultural documentarian Candacy Taylor makes the case for preserving Green Book sites, and writer Bee Wilson delves into the early eating habits of children. Plus, Jonathan Gold takes us to Shibumi, a new Japanese kappo-style restaurant in Downtown LA
Good Food's Best of 2016
From this Episode:
'Seafood from Slaves'
Shrimp is the most popular seafood eaten in the US. Americans consume 1.3 billion pounds of it each year, which amounts to roughly four pounds per person. But very little...
Preserving 'Green Book' sites
The Negro Motorist Green Book was considered the "Bible of Black Travel," a guide that clued African-Americans into safe roadside stops during Jim Crow. The Green Book...
What informs the eating habits of children? Why do some kids crave apples or carrots while others reach for sweets or cheese and crackers? We called up food writer and...