Jonathan Gold explains why the term 'fusion' is no longer useful. Plus, he reviews a hot pot restaurant in the San Gabriel Valley. Elina Shatkin explores the food scenes in Game of Thrones.
Is Fusion a Bad Word?, The Food in "Game of Thrones," Hot Pot
From this Episode:
Ridding "Ethnic" and "Fusion" from Your Vocabulary
Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the Los Angeles Times. This week he talks about why he never refers to "ethnic food" in his writing. He also...
Tin Vuong, the "Anti-Fusion" Chef
Chef Tin Vuong helms four restaurants in the LA area: Abigaile , Wildcraft , Little Sister and Dia de Campo . They are respectively a gastropub, a pizza joint, a...
Jonathan Gold Reviews Hai Di Lao
Jonathan Gold, Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the Los Angeles Times, reviews Hai Di Lao , the first US outpost of a China-based hot-pot chain in the San Gabriel...
The Food in "Game of Thrones"
George R.R. Martin 's culinary imagination is an important piece of his celebrated series Game of Thrones. Elina Shatkin of Los Angeles Magazine walks us through some of...
BBQ Tips to Kick off Summer Grilling Season
In Hawaii, "pono" means, "doing things the right way," and chef Makani Gerardi aims to do that with her burgers at Pono Burger in Santa Monica. Cooking out of a WWII-era...
Craft Beer Revolution
Steve Hindy is president and co-founder of the Brooklyn Brewery , and the author of The Craft Beer Revolution . His interest in home brewing began in the Middle East...