A dispatch from the Iowa State Fair, where presidential candidates stuffed their faces with assorted foods on a stick. Two states over, there are growing fears of white supremacy at farmer’s market in Bloomington, Indiana. Here at home, Josiah Citrin is teaching the art of charcoal cooking.
Iowa State Fair, market drama, cooking with fire
From this Episode:
The Iowa State Fair: a major stop for candidates and corn dogs
Eater special correspondent Meghan McCarron recently returned from the Iowa State Fair, one of the oldest and largest agriculture expos in the U.S.
16 min, 49 sec
Fears of fascism roil an Indiana farmers market
Bloomington, Indiana is an idyllic town of 85,000 with a thriving Saturday farmers market. The community’s peace was recently disturbed amid growing fears of a market...
12 min, 31 sec
The Torrance Farmers’ Market is a South Bay gem
This week Good Food’s market correspondent Gillian Ferguson ventured farther afield to pay the bustling Torrance Certified Farmers’ Market a visit.
8 min, 29 sec
Josiah Citrin on charcoal cooking, Melisse 2.0
For two decades, chef Josiah Citrin has been a pillar of LA’s fine dining landscape, along with his lauded restaurant Melisse in Santa Monica, which he closed...