Trump has called NAFTA the “worst” trade deal in history, but professor Alyshia Galvez says it’s Mexico’s food system that bears the brunt of it. Santa Barbara is home to some of California’s greatest seafood and produce, as Jason Paluska and Pascale Beale know all too well. Plus: a culinary tour of the New York’s most diverse borough, and novelist Jervey Tervalon dedicates a poem to his late friend Jonathan Gold.
NAFTA and Mexico, coastal California, and a Queens food tour
From this Episode:
Next year will mark 25 years of NAFTA, the trade agreement between the United States, Canada, and Mexico that lifts tariffs on agriculture and most food-related goods...
9 min, 34 sec
Eating NAFTA, continued
Alyshia Galvez continues her conversation on Mexico’s relationship with NAFTA.
5 min, 56 sec
Market Report: Preserving the end of summer
You don’t have to say goodbye to summer produce just yet. Photo by Joseph Stone.
7 min, 54 sec
‘Around the Table’
Although California cuisine isn’t new, renewed attention is being paid to the culinary scene here, especially in the state’s coastal regions.
10 min, 5 sec
Seasonal cooking isn’t hard in Santa Barbara. The weather and landscape allow exceptional produce to flourish year round. No one knows this better than Pascale Beale . Her...
8 min, 24 sec
Culinary Backstreets is a food tour company that takes groups through a trio of neighborhoods in Queens, New York, one of the most ethnically diverse urban areas in the...
8 min, 38 sec