Photo: Lamb,market vegetables and dukkah from Elysian restuarant. Photo: Kayla Ton
Israeli Cooking at Zahav, Food Allergy Fakers, LA's Best Italian Food
From this Episode:
Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking
James Beard Awardee Michael Solomonov is an Israeli-born, Philadelphia-raised chef/restaurateur. Together with his business partner, Steven Cook, he opened Zahav in...
10 min, 10 sec
Jonathan Gold Reviews Broken Spanish
Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Times. This week he reviews Broken Spanish , Ray Garcia's modernist Mexican restaurant in Downtown LA....
6 min, 52 sec
Preserving, the Japanese Way
Nancy Singleton Hachisu originally moved to rural Japan to teach English for a year but, instead, fell in love with a farmer and has now lived there for 26 years. Her new...
7 min, 25 sec
Santa Monica Farmers Market manager Laura Avery talks with farmer Scott Peacock of Peacock Family Farms about his walnut orchard. His Tehama walnuts are available now at...
6 min, 18 sec
Why Food Allergy Fakers Need to Stop
Have you ever pretended you were allergic to something on a restaurant menu, just so it wouldn't be served on your plate? If so, you're not alone, but be advised that those...
8 min, 19 sec
Deconstructing the Powders and Gums in Our Food
Writer Steve Ettlinger teamed up with photographer Dwight Eschliman to present Ingredients: A Visual Exploration of 75 Additives and 25 Food Products . Their book is a...
9 min, 14 sec