Photo: Mr. Fries Man fries up a batch of french fries in his backyard (Stan Lee)
Mr. Fries Man, ethnic food shaming, Native American cuisine
From this Episode:
Sunchokes, squash and pumpkins at the market
This week, Laura Avery has her sights set on sunchokes, squash and pumpkins at the Santa Monica Farmers' Market. Jason Prendergast , the executive chef at Tender Greens...
Dining with leaders, rebels, heroes and outlaws
By now you know that Hillary Clinton carries hot sauce in her bag and Donald Trump claims to make a mean taco bowl at Trump Tower. But what did Richard Nixon, Eva Braun,...
Why isn't Native American cuisine more hip?
Foraging for local ingredients has become incredibly trendy in the high-end restaurant world. So why aren't we seeing more indigenous foods like buffalo, frybread, squash...
Don't throw shade on my ngau lam
Last summer, Ruth Tam wrote a powerful essay for the Washington Post in which she revealed how a high school classmate made fun of her home because it "smelled of Chinese...
Mr. Fries Man goes viral
There are lots of places to go in Los Angeles for great loaded fries. But in Gardena, one home chef is carving out a niche for himself. Craig Batiste goes by the name Mr....