Forget cereal and toast for breakfast. How about fried rice or noodle soup? Roxanne Webber of Chow.com has breakfast around the world. Sandra Wu tells us about a toilet-themed restaurant that's causing a stir in Taiwan. Author Rowan Jacobsen is obsessed with the Olympia oyster. The Ask a Mexican columnist, Gustavo Arellano, has a Vietnamese place for us to try. Green chiles are a staple of New Mexican cuisine. The LA Times' Russ Parsons explains. The Beer Chick, Christina Perozzi is here with some of her favorite brews. Yeast is everywhere, from bread to beer to our intestines. Marcelle Pick explains how too much yeast can be a bad thing. Asian dumplings look complicated but they are actually really easy to make, says Andrea Nguyen. She demystifies the dumpling. And Laura Avery hits the Santa Monica Farmers Market to see what's fresh and in season.
Modern Toilet; Asian Dumplings; Gustavo Arellano; Oyster Love
From this Episode:
The Naked Pint
Christina Perozzi, also known as The Beer Chick , is the author of The Naked Pint: An Unadulterated Guide to Craft Beer . Christina recommends Coors' Blue Moon as an...
Andrea Nguyen is the author of Asian Dumplings: Mastering Gyoza, Spring Rolls, Samosas and More . She recommends starting with a basic wrapper recipe using water and...
David Karp loves Kishu mandarins. These are seedless, small and kind of flat. They are sweet and sour providing a delicious and more complex flavor than Clementine or...
The Olympia Oyster
Rowan Jacobsen is the author of The Living Shore: Rediscovering a Lost World . He traveled with a group of marine scientists to a remote area of British Columbia to study...
Chicken Pho in the OC
Pho Dakao is a Vietnamese restaurant in Garden Grove serving chicken pho. OC Weekly food columnist Gustavo Arellano says it's the best chicken pho in Orange County....
Sandra Wu is a contributor to Zester Daily where she recently wrote about her trip to the restaurant Modern Toilet in Taiwan. Guests sit on toilet seats and dine at a...
Breakfast Around the World
Roxanne Webber is an Assistant Editor at Chow where she recently wrote about breakfast around the world . She likes the idea of making a savory porridge or a noodle soup...
New Mexico Chiles
Russ Parsons is food editor for the Los Angeles Times. He's experienced many times the g reen and red chiles of New Mexico .