Jonathan Gold feasts on a seven-course beef dinner at Vietnam, while chef José Andrés savors flavors "Made in Spain." Ted Haigh mixes up Valentine cocktails and Jim Walsh offers blessed chocolates. Nutritionist Carol Simontacchi fights against crazy-making additives and food scientist Harold McGee has tips on using heat effectively in the kitchen and David McIntyre celebrates Chinese New Year in Las Vegas and Laura Avery finds what's in season in the Market Report.
Made in Spain; Valentine Cocktails; Intentional Chocolate
From this Episode:
LA Weekly columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Jonathan Gold feasts on nem nuong (grilled meatballs), tasty barbecued squid, and a seven-course beef dinner at...
Lauded food scientist Harold McGee has tips on using heat effectively in the kitchen. He talks about common ways people misuse heat, boiling water, gas range vs....
Ted Haigh, also known as Dr. Cocktail , mixes up some sensual Valentine cocktails and talks about their connection to Valentine's Day. His Internet Cocktail Database...
The Crazy Makers
Board-certified clinical nutritionist Carol Simontacchi fights against food additives and the food industry in her book, The Crazy Makers . She discusses sugar, junk foods...
Made in Spain
Acclaimed Spanish chef José Andrés , who is credited with bring the tapas concept to the US, talks about classic Spanish ingredients, paella and Spanish farmers'...
The Market Report
Laura Avery talks with Mary Sue Milliken, co-owner of Border Grill and Ciudad restaurants. Milliken lies to cook parsnips with Pink Lady or other mildly tart apples....
Diaoyutai State Guest House Culinary Festival
The Chinese New Year began February 7, and this year is the Year of the Rat.