Do you prefer creamy or crunchy peanut butter? Author Jon Krampner details the history of America’s favorite spread. The new year ushered in several new food policies. Marion Nestle discusses the long-awaited FDA guidelines and Arianne Lotti explains the Farm Bill extension that was passed during the Fiscal Cliff negotiations. Jonathan Gold enjoys the Wuhan specialty of “bullfrog dry pot” in the San Gabriel Valley. ‘Tis the season for warming cocktails and fireside drinking and LA food writer Lesley Balla tells us where we can find both in Los Angeles; plus, blogger and cookbook author Joy Wilson provides a recipe for making Hot Buttered Rum at home. At the market Laura Avery talks to Chef Rian Brandenburg and Chuck Kalal about the quail sold at Jimenez Family Farms.
Hot Buttered Rum, A History of Peanut Butter, New FDA Rules
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Tasty Dining - Where Bullfrog is the House Specialty
http://articles.latimes.com/2012/dec/01/ food /la-fo-gold-20121201 Jonathan takes us to a San Gabriel restaurant with an unusual name. Tasty Dining specializes in the...
What the Fiscal Cliff Did to the Farm Bill
http://sustainableagriculture.net/ Arianne Lotti is the Assistant Policy Director for the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition. She explains what happened to the...
Where to Find Hot Toddy’s and Fireplaces in Los Angeles
http://www.modernluxury.com/angeleno http://blog.zagat.com/search/label/Los%20Angeles http://blogs.kcrw.com/ goodfood / Lesley Balla has been writing about food...
Hot Buttered Rum
http://joythebaker.com/ http://blogs.kcrw.com/ goodfood /?p=16928 Joy Wilson writes the popular blog Joy the Baker. In 2012 she published a cookbook of the same name....
Creamy & Crunchy: The History of Peanut Butter
http://www.creamyandcrunchy.com/ http://www.vromansbookstore.com/jon-krampner Jon Krampner is the author of Creamy and Crunchy: An Informal History of Peanut Butter,...