Nancy Smogor talks about hunting and eating caribou, while writer Novella Carpenter tells us her experience with urban farming. Jonathan Gold takes a bite of out of Chinese Xinjiang barbecue, reporter Nancy Luna discusses fast foods going trans fat-free and Alexander Lobrano guides us through Paris’ dining scene. Plus, chef Carlo Middione cooks tasty pasta dishes, Pat Willard retraces the Works Progress Administration’s controversial American food heritage project and Laura Avery has a fresh Market Report.
Hunting Caribou; Going Trans Fat-Free; Hungry for Paris
From this Episode:
Pulitzer Prize-winning critic and LA Weekly columnist Jonathan Gold samples sizzling Chinese Xinjiang barbecue at 818, aka JN Kitchen, in San Gabriel. He recommends...
Fast Foods Going Trans Fat-Free
Last month, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill banning the use trans fats in California restaurants. Fast Food Maven and Orange County Register reporter...
Hungry for Paris
Alexander Lobrano, European correspondent for Gourmet Magazine , guides us through the City of Lights' dining scene in his book, Hungry for Paris : The Ultimate Guide to...
The Market Report
Laura Avery asks Amelia Saltsman, author of The Santa Monica Farmers' Market Cookbook , what seasonal foods she's cooking with today. Peppers is the answer. Amelia chars...
Outdoors-woman Nancy Smogor talks about her experience hunting caribou. Smogor, who works for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife , was the organizer for the Oregon...
Pat Willard retraces the Works Progress Administration's controversial American food heritage project in America Eats!
Oakland-based writer Novella Carpenter discusses the challenges of urban farming and shares some tips on starting one. She also publishes the blog, Your City Farmer...