We found ourselves back in LA craving a taste of Texas, so this week Evan ventures out to find migas and Jonathan Gold takes us out for brisket at Barrel & Ashes. Plus, we linger on LA's street food conundrum. Why is street vending still illegal on Los Angeles sidewalks? And should food writers be writing about illegal vendors?
Migas, LA's Street Food Conundrum, #SaveTheCremeEgg
From this Episode:
From Migas to Queso: A Taste of Texas in Los Feliz
Briana Valdez Parsons is the owner of HomeState , a Tex-Mex restaurant in Los Feliz. She and her sister Andy Valdez are "Tex-Pats" who spent ten years trying to find a good...
Jonathan Gold Reviews Barrel & Ashes
Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Times. This week he reviews Barrel & Ashes , a Texas-style barbecue restaurant in Studio City. He...
The Fight Continues to Legalize Street Food in Los Angeles
Rudy Espinosa is the executive director at LURN - Leadership for Urban Renewal Network. He is at the forefront of the fight to legalize street vendors in Los Angeles....
Should Food Writers Write about Illegal Street Food Vendors?
Javier Cabral is an Los Angeles-based food and culture writer. In an article for Zócalo Public Square, he explains why he refuses to publish articles about LA street...
Laura Avery is the market manager for the Santa Monica Farmers' Market . This week she talks to pastry chef Roxana Jullapat about her spring-inspired breakfast galette...
Brits Fight to #SaveTheCremeEgg
When news hit in January that Mondelez International, owner of Cadbury UK, had changed the recipe for the beloved Cadbury Creme Egg it seemed as though all of Britain was...