Jonathan Gold discovers Thailand's Issan-style salads, while Evan Kleiman gives producer Bob Carlson his fourth cooking lesson. Jeremy Adams turns his love of roasting coffee beans into a business, architect Stephen Francis Jones talks about sound and comfort when dining and the LA Burrito Guy delivers homemade burritos to the homeless. Plus, Nancy Zaslavsky has tips for cooking with banana leaves, chemist Ted Breaux demystifies "the green fairy" - absinthe, and Laura Avery has a fresh Market Report.
LA Burrito Project; Restaurant Architecture; Banana Leaves
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The Market Report
Laura Avery catches Evan Kleiman as she's about to tape her next video for Good Food. She'll make Cianfotta, a spring vegetable sauté that can be used over pasta, by itself...
LA Weekly columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Jonathan Gold discovers Thailand's Issan-style salads at Khun Dom in Hollywood.
Jeremy Adams is obsessed with coffee, so much so that he began roasting green coffee beans in a popcorn popper from his basement. He now runs his own business, where he...
Design for Dining
Restaurant architect Stephen Francis Jones tackles noise levels and comfort when designing for dining. Jones, whose architectural firm is SFJones in Marina del Rey, is...
LA Burrito Project
The LA Burrito Guy feeds the homeless residents of Los Angeles' Skid Row homemade burritos on a bike through his endeavor, the Burrito Project . He believes in getting...
Culinary teacher Nancy Zaslavsky shares tips on how to cook with banana leaves. She specializes in Mexican cuisine and leads tours to Mexico throughout the year.
Chemist Ted Breaux spent the last 14 years trying to resolve the mystery behind "the green fairy" by reverse engineering the original version of absinthe. The absinthe...